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fmomc LIST 

* Withers 
Public Library 



BLOOMINGTOIN 
ILLINOIS 



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JUNE, 1901 



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I Mt-lNtW YORK 

PUBLIC LIBRARY 

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WiTHKKS Public Library 



BI^OOMINCfTON. ILI^INOIS 



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HOARD OF TKL7»TKKM 

J. B. Holmes, President 
Mrs. a. B. Funk, Vice-President J. J. Condon, Secretary 

C. F. Webb, Treasurer 
Mrs. Sue A. Sanders H. D. Spencer, R. O. Graham 

E. D. Harber I. Livingston 



LiIBUANIAN 

Nellie E. Parham 



KfiKKKKI<fC£: LtlUKAUIAN" 

Mrs. C. F. Kimball 



Mabel C. Ward Sarah Stowell 

Nelle F. Webb Edith Denison 

Alma Lanok 



Contents. 



Paffe. 

Rules and regulations, ... i 

Information for readers, ii 

Current periodicals, . iii 

Classified list, ..... 1 

Biography, ..... 107 

Deutsche buecher, .... 130 

Children's books, .139 

Author and title list, 179 
Fiction, ...... 309 



KXTRACTS FROM RULES. 



1. Hours. — The Library is open from 9 o'clock a. m. to 9 p. m., 
Sundays and holidays excepted. 

Sundays, reading-room only, from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. 
During the months of June, July and August the circulating 
and reference departments close at 8 p. m. 

2. Reading-room. — The use of the reading-room and reference 
department is free to all who are quiet and orderly. 

3. Circulating Department. — All residents or tax-payers of the 
city of Bloomington, upon signing written application (with guar- 
antee of some responsible citizen), are entitled to draw books from 

the Library. 

Non-residents may draw books upon payment, in advance, of 

$2.50 per year, or $1.50 for six months. 

Number of Books. — Each card-holder is entitled to two books at 
one time, providing but one is fiction. 

All books, except those marked seven days, may be retained for 
two weeks, and with permission of the librarian may be renewed for 
the same period. 

Pefsons retaining books over time shall be charged two cents 
each day for such detention, and two cents for each notice sent. 

All injuries to books beyond the ordinary wear, and all losses 
must be made good. 

Contagious Diseases.- No person having any form of contagious 
disease in his residence shall be permitted to receive books. No 
books in a house where contagious diseases exist must be returned 
to the Library without permission of the librarian. 



11 



Information for Rkadkrs. 



Rnding List.— ^The Finding List contains a complete list of all 
material in the Library June 1, 1901. Books are arranged first in a 
classified list, followed by an author and title list of all books except 
fiction, juvenile books and hooks in the German language. 

To find a certain book. — If the author or title is known, consult 
the Author and Title List. If books upon a certain subject are 
wanted, the Classified List will be more helpful. 

Apply for books by the number at the right of the column. 

The card catalog at the Library is for the use of the public. 
This is kept up to date and contains author, title and subject card 
for every book in circulation. Consult it for recent additions. 



iii 



^KXT Periodicals and Newspapers on 
Pile in Reading-room. 



u historical review, 
n kitchen magazine, 
n machinist, 
n monthly. 

beur. 

y herald. 

monthly. 

)f gold. 

nissionary magazine. 

/iews. 

1. 

ooking school magazine. 

world. 

magazine. 

q[uan. 

banker. 

chronicle. 

inter-ocean. 

record -herald. 

tribune. 

's missionary magazine. 

1 endeavor world. 

1 science journal. 

1 science sentinel. 

I standard. 

ce and finance, 
sional record, 
xcursionist. 
)litan. 

history, 
literature. 

II world and engineer. 



Epworth herald. 
Farmer's voice. 
Flaming sword. 
Forum. 

Gospel in all lands. 
Harper's bazar. 
Harper's monthly magazine. 
Harper's weekly. 
Illustrated London news. 
Independent. 
Ladies' homp journal. 
Land of sunshine. 
Life. 

Lippincott's magazine. 
Littell's living age. 
Locomotive engineering. 
McClure's magazine. 
Magazine of art. 
Missionary. 
Missionary herald. 
Missionary review. 
Missionary tidings. 
Munsey's magazine. 
Music. 

Music and childhood. 
Musical courier. 
Nation. 

New England journal of education. 
New England magazine. 
New voice. 
Nineteenth century. 
North American review. 
Official gazette. 
Oread- 
Outing. 
Outlook. 



IV 



Pantagraph, daily and weekly. 

Political science monthly. 

Political science quarterly. 

Popular astronomy. 

Practical psychology. 

Public opinion. 

Puck. 

Review of reviews. 

Rhodora. 

St. Louis globe-democrat 

St. Nicholas. 

Science. 

Scientific American. 



Scientific American supplement. 
Scientific American supplement, 

builder's edition. 
Scribner's magazine 
Self culture. 
Spirit of 76. 
Star monthly. 
Sunday school times. 
Sunset. 

Traveler's record. 
Union signal. 
Watch tower. 
Youth's companion. 



General T^orks. 



[OGRAPHY, ENCYCLO- 
PEDIAS, etc. 

K. Manual of historical 

ure. 1888 R 01H.9 Adl 

J. Index of the publica- 
f the United States gov- 
It. 1889-1893 . . . . R 010.328 Am3 
cyclopedia. 16v. 1865. 

R031 Am3 

f'S annual cyclopedia. 

tte. V, \-chite R 031 Ap6 

James. Book-lover. 1892. 

028 B19 

ing. 1872 016 B46 

H, C. Bibliography of 

;try. 1899 OK). 54 B63 

Vf. 1891 010 B64 

R. R. and Ilks, George. 
rs' guide in economic, so- 
d political science. 1891. 

016.331 B67 

S, W. D. and RjNCJWALT, 
Briefs for debate. 1896.R 028 B79 

of bibliography. v. 1. 

R 016 B87 

. H. Book-hunter. 1863..010B95 

cyclopedia of names 030 C.33 

>, FiOBERT. B(K)k of days. 

172. R080C. 35 

-ion for the people. 2 v. 

R032Cr)i 

}, Edward, and Hart, 
Guide to the studv of Am- 

history. 1897 016.97 C. 36 

•CilCAL index to historical 

. 1875.... 016.823 C46 

f. P. Bibliogniphical ac- 

3f the rarest bookn in the 

b language. 4v. IHdJi. .()16.H2C69 

riV'E index to periodicals. 

» U()50F63c 

^, P. A. Catalogue of pub- 
uments. 189:i-9:). . . R 016.328 C85 
VE index. \Hm-<h(tc 0»>0 ('59 



Cutter, W. P. comp. List of pub- 
lications relating to forestry. 
1898 016.6349 C98 

Dana, J. C. Library primer. 1899. 

020 D19 

Denver— /*u6Ztc library. Library 

hand book. 1895 020 D43 

Dewey, Melvil. Classifipation 

and subject index. 1876 025.4 D51 

DiBDiN, T. F. Rare and valuable 
editions of Greek and Latin class- 
ics. 2v. 1827 016.^ D54 

DixsON, Mrs, ZfiLLA (A.) Compre- 
hensive subject index to prose 
fiction. 1897 R 016.8 D64 

Encyclopedia Americana. 14 v. 

1854 Rp31 En 1 

Encyclopedia Britannica. 25v. 

1878-89. ; 032 Enl3 

Fletcher, W. I. Index to general 

literature. 1893 R 040 F63 

and BOWKER, R* R. Annual liter- 
ary index to periodicals, essays, 

etc. 1892-dafe. vA-date. 
R050F63 

Frey, a. R. Sobriquets and nick- 
names. 1895 R 014 F89 

Green, S. S. Library aids. 1883.021 G82 

Hewins, C. M. Books for the 

young 028 H49 

Hugo, Thomas. Bewick collector. 

1866 012 H87 

International cyclopaedia. 15v. 

1895 R031 In8 

Johnson's universal cyclopoedia. 

8v. 1897 R031J62 

Lowndes, W. T. Bibliographer's 

manual of English literature. 

1 Iv. 1857-65 015.42 L95 

Marot, Helen. Handbook of la- 
bor literature. 1899 016.3 M34 

Matson, Henry. References for 

literary workers. 1892 R 028 M42 



GENERAL WORKS. 



Ohio Wesley an University. In- 
ception, dedicatory addresses 
and description of the C. E. Slo- 
cum library. 1898 022 Oh3 

Parsons, Frank. World^a best 

books. 1889 028 P25 

People's cyclopedia. 3v. 1883. R 031 P39 

Perkins, F. B. ed. Best reading, 
hints on the selection of books. 
1881 028 P41 

Poole, E. R. Classical collector's 

vade mecum. 1822 016.8 P78 

Poole, W. F. and Fletcher, W. I. 
Index to periodical literature. 
1802- 96 R 050 qP78 

Porter, Noah. Books and read- 
ing. 1871 028 P83 

Pryde, David. Highways of litera- 
ture 028 P95 

Pycroft, James. Course of Eng- 
lish reading. 1867 028 P99 

Rees, Abraham. Cyclopedia. 

41v R032R25 

Reeve, J. K. Practical authorship. 

029.6 R25 

Sargent, J. F. ed. Reading for 

the young. 1890 028 Sa7 

Supplement. 1896 R028 Sa7 

Sims, Richard. Handbook to the 
library of the British museum. 
1854 027 Si5 

Small, Herbert, camp. Handbook 
of the iiew library of congress. 
1897 027 Sml 

Smith, L. P. Classification of books. 

1882 025.4 Sm5 

Stephens, H. M., Repplier, Ag- 
nes and others. Counsel upon 
the reading of books. 1900 028 St4 

Sturgis, Russell and Krehbiel, 
H. E. Annotated bibliography 
of tine art. 1897 R 016.7 St9 

United States— ^diAcafion, Bureau 

of. Papers prepared for the 

world's library congress, held at 

the Columbian exposition. 1896. 
020 Un3 

Public libraries in the U. S. 1876. 

020Un3p 

Walpole, Horace ami Park, Tho- 
mas. Catalogue of noble and roy- 
al authors of England, Scotland 
and Ireland. 5v. 1806 015.42 W14 



Williamson, Joseph. Bibliogra- 
phy of the state of Maine from 
the earliest period to 1891. 2v. 
1896 016.9741 W67 

WiNSOR, Justin. Reader's hand- 
book of the American revolution, 
tion. 1880 016.973 W72 

Zell's condensed cyclopedia. 

1878 R031Z3 



PERIODICALS AND NEWSPAPERS. 

American newspaper directory. 

1889-90 070 Am3 

Arena. 1891-date. v. 3-date 051 Ar3 

Atlantic monthly. 1857-date. v. 1- 

date 051 At6 

Index. V. 1-38. 1877 R 051 At6 

Ayer, N. W. and Son. American 

newspaper annual. 1889, 1898.. .070 Ay2 
Blackwood»s Edinburgh magazine. 

1868-80. V. 103-127 ,... .052 B56 

Bookman. 1897-date. v. 5-(ia^e...051 B64 
British quarterly review. 1871-79. 

V. 53-70 052 B77 

Catholic world. 1895-datc. v. 60- 

daU 051 C28 

Century. 1881-date. v. 23-<iat€..051 C33 
Chautauquan. 1886-d(U€. v. 7- 

date 051 C39 

Contemporary review. 1871-83. 

V. 19-34 052 C76 

Cosmopolitan. 1888-date. v. 5- 

date 051 C82 

Critic. 1886-d(ite. v. b-date 051 C86 

Current. 1885-87. v. 3-7 051 C93 

Dana, C. A. Newspaper making. 070 D19 
Eclectic magazine. 1868-9L v. 7- 

53 051 Ec6 

Edinburgh review. 1868-79. v. 

127-150 052 Ed4 

English illustrated magazine. 

1883-86. V. 1-3 052 En3 

Fireman's magazine. 1884, 1890. 

V. 8, 14 051 F51 

Forum. 1889-da/€. v. 7-date 051 F74 

Frank Leslie's ladies' magazine. 

1867-68. V. 20-23 051 F85 

Frank Leslie's Sunday magazine. 

1886. V. 19-20 * 051 F85» 

Galaxy. 1869-78. v. 7-24 051 G 13 



(JKNEliAl. WOIIKS. 



Harpek's new moothly maf^zioe. 

I«ll5-((rtte. V. il-date iir.I H23 

Iniiex. V. I-TO R Kil Hili 

Haspe:i('s weekly. IW-Vdole. v. Up- 
date ftil H23w 

Hudson, Frederic. Joumali^jm in 

the L' S. ltiaO-1872 070H8(i 

Independent. WH^-date. v. 35- 

diiU 071 In2 

KNitTfEHBJCKEB <Donthly maga- 

line. 1857. v.4i) 051 K74 

Ladies' repository. 1854-58, 1862. 

V. 14-18, 22 051 L12 

Library Journal, mn-d/tte. v. 1- 

d/ile 020.5 L61 

Library macrazine of select roreign 

literature. 1871WM). v. 1. 3. . . «.'iO LOl 
LiTTEi,L's living age. 1844-88,1872- 

dile. V. l-M. 112-<I«(e 051 L711 

Literary news. 18)H-!m. v. 5-I7..05] L71 
Lo.vDON quarterly review, 18ft8-7fl. 

V 124-148 or.3L«4 

MiX't-URE's maj^azine. 18M3-(i(i(e. 

V. 2-d:Ue 051 .M13 

Mtt^-SEY's magazine. iH^lilate. 

V. ti-<l:i, 051 Ml»2 

Music. 18!l5-rfr((e. v. '-iliu 051 Mi)7 

Nation. 1867, lW12-diiie. v. 4-.'>. 14- 

*'('• 051 Nl 

New K-voland magazine. IHiO-dnte. 

V. H^Pitf 051 N42 

New Era. leS'i. v. 1 051 N42e 

New Princeton review. 1887-88. 

V. .■« a>I N42p 

New York tribune. 18li2-«N 070 N4H 

Nile's register. 1837-12. v. 52-*n.0.>l N51I 
NiXETKEN-TH century. imi-iliile. 

V 4I-'-(//Ji- 052 N(i2 

NtJRTH American revinw. ISliil- 

(iuff . V loa-date a51 Ii"> 

North British review. 18eH-70. 

V. 4»-54 052 N7o 

Old and new. 1872-4. v. r.-lO. . . .a51 Ol 1 
OuTiNa. 1888-18it5y(i(e. v. i;t, 35- 

d'lte 051 Ou8 

ODTLOok. 18)l5-tl(((e. V. 5l-(('<(t>.051 Oii83 
Princeton review. 18H.1-4. v. 5ii- 

fiO. ail Pfl3 

Public libraries, mxi-dttli:. v. 1- 

lUlU 020.:i riKj 

Public opinion. IHifl-ihile. v. i:v 

dtite. 071 PWi 



Pdtnam'-S magazine. 1870. v. 5-0 

n. n 051 P-IS 

Putnam's monthly mrigaziue. 1853- 

o."i. V. 1-5. 051 PH8m 

Remington, It. R and Reming- 
ton, E. P. Newspaper manual. 

18fll.f« 070 R28 

Review of reviews. 18l»l-rfn(e. v. 3- 

d(ife. . 051 R32 

Saint E^aul's magazine. 1872. 

V 10-11 053Sa2 

Scribner's magazine. 1887-d(((e. 

v. 1-diite 051 9cr3 

Index. 1876. v. MO R ft>l ScrSi 

Scribner's monthly. 1870-81. v. 1- 

22 a")l ScrSm 

Sevkntieth birthday of the Athe- 

n.'eiitn 8»8 053 At4 

Sunday magazine. 1867. v. 4,...052Su7 
Western Tnomhly 1870. v. 3. .(61 W52 
Westminster review. 1868-70. 

V. 8K-112 ft'i2 W52 

OLD AND RARE HOOKS. 

Abbadie, Jacques. Traitfi de la 

veritede la religion. 3v. nB2..o:w)Abl 

Adam.s, John and Sewell, Jona- 
than Novangluj and Massa- 
ohusptiensis: or. Political es- 
says. 181» (fM) Ad 1 

Adam.s, J. Q. Letters to his son. 

1848 OiiO Ad 12 

Albinus, B. S. Explicatio tabu- 
larum anatomicarum Bartho- 
lomaei Eustachii, anatumie) 
summi. 1744 (WO fAl 1 

Alden, Her. Timothy. Colleoti«m 
of Amerii'un I'pltaphs and in- 
HiTipli.mB. 5v 1814 OiiO All 

A.mahicaN Tract Society. Publi- 
cations. . V. 5-12 090 Am3 

Ari.steae Histuria. l«i>2 iiiMi Ar4 

Ario.sto, LUDOVIfO, Orlando furi- 

oso. 5v. 17Hi* 0110 Ar4.". 

B, G. Ludua Scacchiae. Chesa 
play. ir,:r, om b n 

Bakhukl, Abbt'. Memoirs, illus- 
traiinK the history of Jacobin- 
ism. Pi. 1. V. 1. I7!i:j iiiio IJ27 

HATTI.Eof Waterloo. l«Hi 0«0 U.t2 

Baxtp.u, Hu: RH'Hakd. Call to 



Ihe II 



1M:25 



n3:! 



GENERAL WORKS. 



BeCcaRIa, C. R Crimes and their 

puniahments. 180!) i>!»0 »« 

Beck, L. V. GaKetteer of Illinois 

and Missouri. 1H23 OliO B38.1 

Beechkic, Hev. Edward. Narra- 
tive of riots at Alton. Hm . . .090 B3» 
Beltrami, J. C, Pilgrimage id 

liuropo and America, v. 2.1824. 

(WOBll 

Bennett, ffer. John. Letters to a 

youn({ lad,v on a variety ol uatful 

and interesting subjects. 182!l..090 B43 
BiRKiiECK, MoKRis. Letter^s from 

Illinois. 1818 Olio B.->.T 

Notes on a journey in America. 

1818 OSKI Br'j3n 

. BofCAtx-io. II Deuamerone. I'lrii. ,0!I0B03 

Book ot tales. 1812 (ISXI iW4 

BdSSErT, J. B. Einleiliinji in de 

allgemeine geschichle der welt 

bis auf Kaisert'arl den Grossen. 

«v. n;'>7 0!:0 B65 

Brisson, (.'. Elpmentos o princi- 

pioa flsico qumicos. 4v. I8irt.. .OSN) B77 
Brown, S. It. Western (fazetieer. 

1817 OWOBSl 

Bruykre. M. de la. Works. 2v. 

177(1 miO B83 

ButuiE.s.s. Geoij;raphical pi-esent. 

pt. 2 IMH) Bill 

Burnet, Gii.bekt. History of the 

reformation of the eliiirch ot 

England. 2v. ll(71» 0!!0 flW.T 

CEBVA.VTH4, MlUUKL de. Don 

Quixote. l~!fi 01)11 (:;(:i 

Chateaukkiand, F. a. H., i-irmiite 

de. Travels in Araerit'i and 

Italy. 2v. 1828 0!f()C3!l 

Cauphki.L, Alexandkh. Pyalms, 

hymna and spiritual songs. IKTili. 

IKHI (■ I'l 

Charlevoix, P. F. X. -loiirnal of 

a voyage lo North Amei'ica. 

2 V. 17(11 (l<MK:;t8 

Chastelhix, F. J. lie. Travels in 

North Ameriea. 2v. 1787 . . .(i!M) C18,"i 
Chesterfield, P. P. Stanhoi-k. 

eitd of. Letti'in to his frienils. 

4v. 1779 ()!MIC42 

Clarendon, Edwakd HvdJ':, Firfl 

e'lrl of. History of the civil 

wars in England begun in ttie 

yearl(«l. 3v. 1704 01)0 f( Til 



I Life, nr.9 090f(3Ml 

C^LAY minstrel. 1844 090C37 

I CONNEUTiuuT-fteiicivd Court. Code 

ot l&JO. 18.13 (KW C76 

Ctooi'ER, J. F. Lionel Lincoln; or. 

The league of Boston. 2v. 1830.090 C7R 

COURTAND-OlVKRNERE.SSE. J. J. 

Gmmmarie Grecque. 1829.. ..OltOf^ 
Darby, William. Toui- from the 

city of New York to Detroit. 

1819 OIW D24 

Darwin, Erasmus. Zoonomia. 2v. 

1801) 09OD25, 

Doddridue, Philu>. Rise and pro- 
gress ot religion in the soul. 

17!)5 ODODtlC 

Enkield, William. Speaker. 1799. 

090 En2 

Euclid. Elements of Euclid. 

1772 090 Eu2 

European magazine and I^ndon 

review, v. 28 090 Eu 7 

Fox, C. J. Memories. 1812 Oi;0 F83 

Gavin, Anthony. Master-key to 

lM>pery. 18:t2 090 G24 

Godwin, ^frs. Mary. (W.) Vindi- 
lon of ihe rights of v 



1792. 



OGTA 



Godwin, William. Political jus- 
tice and Its intlueni^e on morals 
and happiness, v. 2. 179(1. ..090 G542 
Goldsmith, Oliver. Grecian his- 

tory. 1830 OSIO G.">7 

hOetiie. J, w vim. <!oetz of Ber- 
lii-hingt'n. ti: hy Scott. 

1X14 C90G71g 

Graham'.s maga/.ine. v. 2(1. 1842.0!!(K!7(1 
(JROSE. FiiANdS. Antiijuities ot 

England an.l Waits. 1772. . . .OKO fG91 
Hariiv, I.';aa<'. Miscvlluneous writ- 
ings. 1«21) OimH22 

HaKR1N-i;TON, .lAMf^H. fummon- 

wciilth of Oci'iiDii. KmO Oi!0 H23 

I Hawks, /f.r. .Ioel. I Sciisons for not 
1 enilir.ii-ing thi' d.ii-tiiues of iini- 

I vei-sa! siiiviitirm. ]S27 0'tO H31 

iHi.'iT.niYof the Holy Uiiii.k 090 B74 

1 HoiiAfK- <)per.i. 1804 090 H 78 

' Hume, Davj).. History of Kn-land. 

. DIM) H88 



GENERAL WORKS. 



i> 



Irbland-Parliament. Acts and 
statutes made in the parlia- 
ment at Ehiblin. 1729 090 flr2 

Johnson, Samuel. English dic- 
tionary. 1820 090 J93 

Junius, pseud. Letters. 2v. 1772. 

090 J85 

Ladies' magazine and reiXMitory of 
entertaining knowledge. ▼. 1. 
1795 090 L123 

Lincoln, Abraham and Douglas, 

Stephen. Political debates.. 090 Li63 

Locke, John. On human under- 
standing 090 L79 

LOSSINO, B. J. Biography of the 
signers of the Declaration of 
Independence, v. 1. 1828 090 L89 

Massachusetts Bay Province, 
Representatives, Hovse of. Jour- 
nal of the House of Represent- 
atives. 2v. 1771-72 090fM38 

Mead, Richard. Medical precepts 

and cautions. 1751 090 M46 

Mechanic. 1834 090 M465 

Merritt, Rev. T. Christian's man- 
ual. 1826 090 M55 

MiLNER, Joseph. History of the 

church of Christ. 5v. 1809. .090 M633 

Milton, John. Paradise lost. 

1828 090 M64 

Mother's magazine, v. 1. 1833. . 090 M85 

Murray, Lindley. English gram- 
mar. 1822 090 M96 

English reader. 1827 090 M96e 

MuscuLUS, Wolfgang. Common- 
places of Christian religion. 1578. 
090 M97 

Nadir, Schah. Complete history 
of Thamas Kouli-kan, sovereign 
of Persia. 1742 090 N 12 

New England primer. 1854 090 N44 

One thousand valuable secrets. 

1795 090 On2 

Owen, Robert and Campbell, 

Alexander. Debate on the 

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090 Ow2 

Panoplist and missionary maga- 
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Parent's magazine, v 1. 1840-41. 

090 P21 

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Peck, J. M. Gazetteer of Illinois. 

1837 090 P33 

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1599 090 fP71 

Pollock, Robert. Course of time. 

1828 090 P76 

Poole, W. F. Alphabetical index 
to subjects treated in the re- 
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been published. 1848 090 P78 

Presbyterian Church. Digest. 

1820 090 P92 

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Alexandrini enarrationis libros 
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Riley, James. Loss of the Amer- 
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ROLLiN, Charles. Ancient his- 
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Rousseau, J. J. Confessions, v. 3 

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1846 090 R41 

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Thornton, R. J. Grammar of 

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the law of partnership. 1795.090 W33 

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PHILOSOPHY. 



Philosophy. 



Antoninus, M. A. Thoughts. 1864.188 An8 

Bacon, Francis, Lord, Works. 12 v. 

1815 192 B13 

Essays with annotations. 1892. .192 B13e 
Essays and colours of good and 
evil. 1877 192 B13w 

Balfour, A. J. Foundations of be- 
lief. 1895 140 B19 

BOWNE, B. P. Metaphysics 1898. .110 B68 

Brann, H. A. Curious questions 

1866 104 B73 

Calderwood, Henry. Philosophy 

of the Infinite. 1872 125 C 12 

Cook, Josju^h. Transcendentalism. 

1878 141 C77 

Cousin, Victor. True, the beautiful 

and the good. 1875 194 C83 

Epictetus. Discourses. 1877 188 Ep4 

EucKEN, Rudolph. Fundamental 

concepts. 1880 .* 190 Eu2 

FiSKE, John. Outlines of cosmic 

philosophy. 2v. 1895 110 F54 

Hamilton, Sir William. Discus- 
sions on philosophy and litera- 
ture. 1858 104 H18 

Harris, W. T. Study of philosophy. 

1890 102 H24 

Hyde, W. D. Art of optimism as 
taught by Robert Browning. 
1900 149.5 H99 

Kant, Immanuel. Critique of pure 

reason. 1872 193 K13 

Lewes, G. H. Biographical history 

of philosophy. 2v. 1857 109 L58 

Locke, John. Philosophical works. 

2v. 1894 192 L79 

McCosH, James. Examination of J. 

S. Mill's philosophy. 1875. . . .110 M13 

Mill, J. S. Examination of Sir 
William Hamilton's philosophy. 

2v. 1874 192 M59 

Positive philosophy of Auji^uste 
Comte. 1873 U)4 M59y 

Park, Roswell. Pantoloj?y. 1844. 112 P21 

Plato. Works. Ov. 1854 184 P()9 

Dialo^rues. 4v. 1873 184 P()9d 

Schopenhauer, Arthur. Se- 
lected essays. 1891 193 SchO 



On the fourfold root of the princi- 
ple of sufficient reason and on 
the will in nature. 1891 193 Sch6o 

SCHWEGLER, ARTHUR. History of 

philosophy in epitome. 1873.109 Sch9 

Spencer, Herbert. Essays, mor- 
al, political and aesthetic. 1865. 

192 Sp3 

First Principles. 1865 113 Sp3 

Trine, R. W. In tune with the In- 
finite. 1897 125 T73 

Ueberweg, Frederic. History of 

philosophy. 2 v. 1874 ...109 Uel 

MIND AND BODY. 

Bain, Alexander. Mind and 

body. 1873 131 316 

Burton, Robert. Anatomy of mel- 
ancholy. 3v. 1859 1.32 B95 

Carpenter, W. B. Principles of 

mental physiology. 1874 131 C22 

Dresser, H. W. Living by the 

spirit. 1900 131 D81 

Power of silence. 1900 131 D81p 

Fletcher, Horace. Happiness. 

1897 131 F63 

Menticulture. 1896 L31 F63m 

Holmes, O. W. Mechanism in 

thought and morals. 1871 131 H73 

Maudsley, Henry. Body and 

mind. 1871 132 M44 

Physiology and pathology of the 

mind. 1867 1:52 M44p 

Responsibility in mental diseases. 

1874 132M44r 

MuLFORD, Prentice. Your forces 
and how to use them. 6 v. 1895. 
131 M89 

Ribot, Thomas. Diseases of mem- 
ory. 1887 132 R35 

Stearns, H. P. Insanity. 1883 .. 132 St:i 

Waldstejn, Louis. Subconscious 

self. 1900 131 W14 

HYPNOTISM, SPIRITUALISM, Etc. 

Barnum, p. T. Humbugs of the 

world. 1866 133 B26 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Barrett, J. O. Looking beyond. 

1874 133.9 B27 

BiNET, Alfred and F6r6,Charles 

Animal magnetism. 1896 134 B51 

Butler, H. E. Solar biology. 1896. 

133.5 B97 

Carpenter, W. B. Mesmerism, 

spiritualism. 1877 133.9 C22 

Cheiro. Language of the hand. 

1897 133.6 C41 

Cocke, J. R. Hypnotism. 1894 . ; 134 C77 

Combe, George. Constitution of 

man. 1853 139 C73 

Darwin, Charles. Expression of 
the emotions in man and ani- 
mals. 1873 138 D25 

Davis, A. J. Answers to ever re- 
curring questions. 1873 133.9 D29 

Arabula. 1873 133.9 D29a 

Events in the life of a seer. 1873. 

133.9 D29e 

Fountain. 1870 133.9 D29f 

Harmonial man. 1873 133.9 D29h 

Mental disorders. 1871 133.9 D29m 

Morning lectures. 1865 133.9 D29mo 

Penetralia. 1856 133.9 D29p 

Philosophy of spiritual intercourse 

1875 133.9 D29ph 

Philosophy of special providence. 

1873 133.9 D29phi 

Present age and inner life. 1873. 

133.9 D29pr 

Principles of nature. 1850. . 133.9 D29pri 
Stellar key to the summer land. 

1868 133.9 D29s 

Edmunds, Jivd^ge, Appeal to public 

on spiritualism. 1858 133.9 M5 

Farwell, E. M. Fingers ai\d for- 
tunes 133 F25 

Flammarion, Camille. Unknown. 

1900 134 F61 

Flournoy, Theodor. From India 

to the planet Mars. 1900 134 F66 

Fowler, O. S. Self-culture. 1855. 

139 F82 

Hammond, W. A. Sleep and its de- 
rangements. 1878 135 H18 

Hardinoe, Emma. Modern Ameri- 
can spiritualism. 1870 133.9 H21 

Hudson, T. J. Law of psychic phe- 
nomena. 1895 134 H86 

Scientific demonstration of the fu- 
ture life. 1896 134 H86s 



Lenormand, M. a. a. Unerring 

fortune teller. 1866 133 L54 

MacDonald, Arthur. Abnormal 

man. 1893 136 M14 

Mackay, Charles. Memoirs of ex- 
traordinary popular delusions. 
1869 133 M19 

Moll, Albert. Hypnotism. 1892.. 134 M73 

Owen, R. D. Debatable land be- 
tween this world and the next. 
1817 133.9 Ow2 

Footfalls on the boundary of an- 
other world. 1860 133.9 Ow2f 

Powell, W. B. Natural history 
of the human temperament. 
1856 137 P87 

QUACKENBOS, J. D. Hypnotism in 

mental and moral culture. 1900.. 134 Q2 

ROBACK, C. W. Mysteries of astrol- 
ogy. 1854 133.5 1153 

Saint-Germain, Comte de. Practi- 
cal palmistry. 1897 1.33.6 Sa2 

Sargent, Epes. Planchette. 1869.133 Sa7 

Scott, Sir Walter. Demonology 

and witchcraft 133 Sco8 

SIMMS, Joseph. Physiognomy. 

1891 138 Si4 

Sinnett, a. p. Rationale of mes- 
merism. 1893 134 Si6 

Upham, C. W. Salem witchcraft. 

2v. 1867 133 Up3 

Watson, Samuel. Clock struck 

three. 1874 133.9 W33 

Weaver, G. S. Lectures on mental 
science according to phrenology. 
1852 139 W37 



PSYCHOLOGY. 

Abercrombie, John. Intellectual 
powers and investigation of 
truth. 1845 150 Ab3 

Baldwin, J. M. Mental develop- 
ment in the child and the race. 

1900 150 B18 

Story of the mind. 1898 150 B18s 

Baldwin, Joseph. Elementary 
psychology and education. 

189<) 150 B19 

Psychology applied to the art of 
teaching 150 B19p 



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PHILOSOPHY. 



LOGIC. 

Hedge, Levi. Elements of logic. 

182J) 1GOH35 

Jevons, W. S. Logic. 1888 1(50 J53 

McCosH, James. Tests of the va- 
rious kinds of truth. 1889. . . .160 M13 
Mill. J. S. System of logic. 1848.161 M59 
Newman, J. N. Essay in aid of a 

grammar of assent 1898 163 N46 

Whateley, Richard. Elements of 

logic. 1873 160 W5.) 

ETHICS. 

Abbott, J. S. C. Mother at home. 

mV) 173 Ah2 

Alcxdtt, W. a. Young man's guide. 

1846 170 All 

Alger, W. R. Solitudes of nature 

and of man. 1867 177.8 Al 3 

ASHMORE, Ruth. Business girl in 

every phase of \il'v life. 1898. .170 As3 

Beacon. John. Ethics. 1880 170 B29 

Beecher, H. W. Lectures to young 

men. 1856 170 B19 

Blackie. J. S. Four phases of mor- 
als. 1874 170 Bo6 

BOK, E. W. Succcssward. 1896. .170 363 
Bolton, H.W. Patriotism. 1890.172 B63 
BOVVKEK, R. R. Arts of life. 1900. 170 B67 
Caldervvood, Henry. Moral phi- 
losophy. 1874 170 C12 

Chalmers, ThOxMas. Application 
of Christianity to the affairs of 

life. 1859. . . /. 174 C35 

Cook, Joseph. Conscience. 1879.171 C77 

intellect. 1890 !•"><> t'^^^m'i ^ q^le, J. J. Secret of success. 

Senses and the will. 18JM) 150 P92ml 1889 170 D15 

RiBOT, Thomas. Psychology of the Davif.s, T. A. How to make money. 

emotions. 1900 157 R35 1867 174 D28 

Roofer, T.G. Apperception. 1891. Davis, A. .1. Conjugal love. 1874. 

152 R67 I 176 D29 

Shinn, M. W. Biogra])hy of a , DixON, W. H. Sinrilual wives. 

baby. 1900 150 Sh6 | 1868 176 1)64 

Spencer, Herbert. Principles of ; Dymond, .Ionathan. Accordancy 

psychology. 2v. 187.'{ 150 Sp.'{ i of wai with principles of Chris- 

SULLY, James. c:hildron's wavs. I tianitv. 1861 172 D99 

1897 150 Su5 Eliot, W. G. Lectures to young 

Upham, T. C. Mental philosophy. i men. 1867 170 E14 

1840 150 Up3 I Lectures to young women. 1867. .170 E14w 

WINTERBURN, F. U. From the | Ellls, J/r.s. S. S. Mothers of Eng- 

child's stand])oint. 18l)0 150 W72 , land. 1844 173 E15 



Bernstein, Julius. Five senses 

of man. 1876 152 B45 

Brown, Thomas. Philosophy of 

the human mind. 2v. 1839. ..150 B81 

Cousin, Vk^tor. Elements of psy- 
chology. 1856 150 083 

Edwards, Jonathan. Freedom of 

will. 1828 159 Ed9 

Oilman, Mrs, C. P. Concerning 

children. 1900 150 G42 

Haven, Joseph. Mental philoso- 
phy. 1868 ir>0 H29 

Herbart, J. F. Text book in psy- 
chology. 1896 150 H41 

Hewett, E. C. Elements of psy- 
chology. 1889 150 H49 

James, William. Principles of 

psychology. 2v. 1896 150 J23 

Talks to teachers on psychology. 
1899 •. 150 J23t 

JA.STROW, Joseph. Fact and fable 

in psychology 150 J31 

Kay, David. Memory. 1889 154 K18 

Lewes, G. H. Physical basis of the 

mind 150 L;58 

Lindner, G. A. Empirical psycho- 
logy. 1889 150 IJU 

McCosh, James. Intuitions of the 

mind. 1872 156 M13 

Mahan, Asa. Intellectual ])hilos- 

ophy. 1854 150 M27 

MUNSELL, O. S. Psychology. 188(). 

150 M92 

Porter, Noah. Human intellect. 

1871 150 P83 

Preyer, T. W. Development of the 



PHILOSOPHY. 



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First loves. 1867. . . . : 177 F51 

Fisher, S. W. Three great temp- 
tations. 1852 170 F53 

Gardener, H. H, Facts and fictions 

of life. 1895 170 Gl 7 

Gold EX legacy to daughters 173 G56 

Griggs, E. H. New humanism. 

1900 170 G87 

Grixnell, W. M. Regeneration 

of the U. S. 1899 172 G88 

Hancock, Thomas. Principles of 

peace 172 H19 

Haven, Joseph. Moral philoso- 
phy. 1873 170 H29 

HiLLis, N. D. Investment of influ- 
ence. 1898 170 H55 

Man*s value to society. 1896. .170 H55m 

Right living as a fine art. 1899. .177 H55 
HOLLS, F. W. Peace conference at 

The Hague. 1900 172 H72 

JACK.SON, Mrs. H. M. (F) H. Bits 

of talk. 1873 173 J13 

Lecky, W. E. H. History of Eur- 
opean morals. 2v. 1869 170 L49 

Map of life. 1900 ..170 L49m 

Leeds, J. W. Theatre. 1884 175 L51 

Lewis, Dio. Chastity 176 L58 

LiEBER, Francis. Manual of polit- 
ical ethics. 2v. 1876 172 L62 

Malcolm, Howard. Rule of mar- 
riage. 1870 173 M29 

Murray, Nicholas. Happy home. 

1858 173 M96 

NORDAU, Max. Conventional lies 

of our civilization 170 N75 

Parker, Theodore. Lessons from 
world of matter and of man. 
1867 170 P22 

Peabody, a. p. Moral philosophy. 

1873 170 P31 

Phillips, S. Christian home. 1866. 

173 P54 

Richards, Mrs. C. H. B. Springs 

of action. 1863 170 R39 

Sangster, M. E. Life on high 

levels. 1897 170 Sa5 

Seneca. Morals. 1852 171 Seo 

Sharp, F. C. Aesthetic element in 

morality. 1893 171.8 Sh2 

Sherwood, Margaret. Experi- 
ment in altruism. 1896 171.8 Sh5 



SiGOURNEY, L. H. Letters to moth- 
ers. 1854 173 Si2 

Smiles, Samuel. Duty. 1881.. 170 Sm4d 

Smith, A. L. How to be rich. 

1856 174 Sm5 

Smith, Daniel. Ladies* book of 

anecdotes. 1851 173 Sm5 

Spencer, Herbert. Principles of 

ethics. 2v. 1895 171 Sp3 

Spinoza, Benedict de. Ethics. 

1876 171 Sp5 

Stowe, Mrs. H. B. Little foxes. 

1866 173 St6 

SWEDENBORG, EMANUEL. Conjugal 

love. 1871 176 Sw3 

Talmage, T. D. Abominations of 

modern society. 1872 170 T14 

Tompkins, E. K. Talks with Bar- 
bara. 1900 177 T59 

Trine, R W. What all the world's 

a-seeking. 18i)6 181.4 T73 

Tweedie, W. K. Home. 1876. . . 17*3 T91 

U. S. — Labor department. Marriage 
and divorce in the U. S. 1867- 
86, 1889 173 Un3 

Waldstein, Charles. Expan- 
sion of western ideals. 1899. . 172 W14 

Weaver, G. S. Aims and aids for 

girls and young women. 1855 . . 170 W37 
Hopes and helps for the young. 

1852 170 W.37h 

Ways of life. 1855 170 W37w 

West, M. A. Childhood. 1892. . 173 W52 

Whewell, William. Elements of 

moi'tality 170 W57 

Whitney, Mrs. A. D. T. Friendly 

letters to girl friends. 1896. . 170 W61 

Wing ate, C. F. What shall our 

boys do for a living? 1898. ... 174 W"72 

TEMPERANCE. 

Blair, H. W. Temperance move- 
ment. 1888 188 B15 

Clum, F. D. Inebriety. 1888. ... 178 Ct>2 
Dickie, Samuel ««d Woolley, J. 
G. coinp. Cyclopaedia of temper- 
ance and prohibition. 1891 ... .178 D56 
Greenfield, W. S. Alcohol. 1879.. 178 G83 
GusTAF.soN, Axel and Gustap- 
SON, Z. B. Foundation of death. 
1884 178 G97 



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RELIGION. 



Luce, L. H. Nature and effects of 

alcohol and narcotics. 1896. . .178 L9() 

Meylert, a. p. Notes on the 

opium habit. 1884 178 M57 

Miller, James. Alcohol. 1867 . . 178 M61 

National Temperance Society. 

Reports. 1867, 98 178 N21 

Palmer, A. B. Temperance teach- 
ings of science. 1888 178 P18 

Parton, James. Smoking and 

drinking. 1868 178 P25 



RowNTREE, Joseph and Sher- 
WELL, Arthur. Temperance 
problem and social reform. 1900. 
178 R79 

Shaw, James. Great temperance 
reforms of the nineteenth cen- 
tury. 1875 178 Sh2 

Waldron, G. B. Prohibition hand- 
book. 1896 178.5 W14 

Wheeler, E. J. Prohibition. 189-1. 

17S.5 W56 



Religion. 



Abbott, Lyman. Christianity and 

social problems. 1890 204 Ab2 

Arnold, Matthew. Last essay on 

church and religion. 1877 204 Ar6 

Bibliotheca sacra and theolog- 
ical eclectic. 1872-79. v. 29-36. 

205 B47 

British reformers. 12v 208 B76 

Bruce, A. B. Moral order of the 
world in ancient and modern 

thought 204 B83 

Buck, Rev, Charles. Theological 

dictionary. 1851 R203 B85 

Burnett, P. H. Reasons why we 

should believe in God. 1884 . . .204 B93 
Channing, W. E. Works. 18:n. .204 C36 

Christian examiner. 1856-58 205 C46 

Christian library. 1835. v. 1, 3, 4..208 C40 
Clarke, J. F. Essentials and non- 
essentials of religion. 1890 204 C55 

Collyer, W. B. Lectures on scrip- 
ture facts and prophesy. 1835 . . 204 C69 

Congregational review. 18(>8-t)9. 

V. 8-9 205 C76 

Dewey, Orvillk. Works. 1890. .208 D51 

Dick, John. Lectures on theology. 

2v. 1846 204 D54 

Dow, Lorenzo. Journal. 1848 208 D75 

Drummond, Henry. New evangel- 
ism. 1899 204 D84 

Ellin WOOD, F. P. Oriental reli- 
gions and Christianity 209 El 5 

Friends' intelligencer. 1880-81. 

V. 37 205 F91 

Gladden, Washington. How 
much is left of the old doctrines? 
1899 204 G45 



Ruling ideas of the present age. 
1895 : ...204G45r 

Gould, Sabine Baring- Origin 
and development of religious be- 
lief. V. L 870 201 G73 

Grant, P. G. M. Religions of the 

world 209 G76 

Gray, E. W. New religion. 1890. .201 G79 

Green, Beriah. Miscellaneous 

writings. 1841 204 G82 

GUAYS, J. F. L. de. True system of 

religious philosophy. 1855 201 G93 

Guthrie, K. S My message and 

how I got it 204 G98 

Hall, Robert. Works. 4v. 1854.. 204 H14 

HiLLiS, N. D. Influence of Christ 

in modern life. 1900 204 H55i 

Houghton, W. R. ed. Parliament 
of religions at the World's Co- 
lumbian Plxposition. 1893 206 H81 

Hyde, W. D. Outlines of social the- 
ology. 1895 204 H99 

Jowett, Benjamin, Stanley, Ar- 
thur and otkerH. Theological 
essays. 1867 204 J83 

Mallock, W. H. Is life worth liv- 
ing? 1879 201 M29 

Memminger, R. W. Present issues. 

1873 204 M51 

Pain?:, Thomas. Complete works. 

1880 208 P16 

Parker, Theodoup:. Views of re- 
ligion. 1890 204 P^ 

Pitts Street chapel lectures. 1858.. 204 PG8 

Priestley, Joseph. History of 
the corruptions of Christianity. 
183S 209 P93 



UKLIGION. 



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Rutherford, Samuel. Letters. 

18G1 204 R93 

SCHAFP, Philip. Religious ency- 
clopedia. 3v. 1882 R203 Schl 

Smith, Goldwin. Guesses at the 

riddle of existence. 1897 204 Sm5 

Talmage, T. D. From the pyra- 
mids to the acropolis. 1892 204 T14 

Tenxey, E. p. Jubilee essays. 

1862 204 T25 

Tilling, J. F. B. Fifteen hundred 
facts and similes for sermons and 
addresses. 1890. R203 T49 

Vinet, Alexander. Montaigne. 

1850 204 V75 

Watson, John. Church folks. 

1900 201 W33 

Whately, Richard. Essays on 
some of the peculiarities of the 
Christian religion. 1870 204 W55 

Wilson, Kei\ George. Kingdom 

of God developed. 1887 201 q W69 

Woman's work for woman. V.6-13..205 W84 



NATURAL THEOLOGY. 

Abbott, Lyman. Evolution of 

Christianity. 1896 213 Ab2 

Theology of an evolutionist. 1897. 

213 Ab2t 

Alger, W. R Doctrine of a future 

lile. 1867 218 Al 3 

Beecher, Rev. Lyman. Lectures 

on skepticism. 18:^ 211 B39 

Buck. J. D. Nature and aim of the- 

osophy. 1889 212 Ba5 

BusHNELL, Horace. Moral uses 

of dar.< things. 1868 216 B96 

(^AMPBELL, G. D. Reign of law. 

18<)9 215 C15 

CLARKE, J. F. Steps of belief. 

1870.. 210 (T>5 

Cocker, B. F. Christianity and 

Greek philosophy. 1872 211 C(>4 

Theistic conception of the world. 

1875 .....211 C(>4t 

CROFTON, Denis. Genesis and ge- 
ology. 1853 215 ( '87 



Great harmonia. 5v. 1873 210 D29g 

History and philosoi)hy of evil. 

1873 216 D29 

Dawson, J. W. Facts and fancies 

in modern science. 1882 215 D32 

Dickie, George and McCosh, 
James. Typical forms and spe- 
cial ends in creation. 1860 215 D56 

Draper. J. W. Conflict between 

religion and science. 1875... 215 D79 

Drummond, Henry. Natural law 

in the spiritual world. 1887 . .215 D84n 
FiouiER, Louis. Tomorrow of death 

1872 218 F46 

Fiske, John. Destiny of man 
viewed in the light of his origin. 

1895 218 F54 

Idea of God as affected by modern 

knowledge. 1896 211 F54 

Through nature to God . 1899 . . 21 1 F54t 
Fowler, O. S. Religion, natural 

and revealed 210 F82 

Fullerton, Alexander. Indian- 
apolis letters on theosophy 212 F95 

Proofs of theosophy 212 F95p 

Wilkesbarre letters on theosor 

phy 212 F95w 

Hall, A. W. Problem of human 

life. 1880 213 H14 

Harris, John. Pre- Adamite earih. 

ia54 215 H24 

Hedge, F. H. Primeval world of 

Hebrew tradition. 1870 213 H35 

HiCKOK, L. P. Creator and crea- 
tion. 1872 213 H52 

HiTCHCXXJK, Edward. Religion of 

geology. ia55 215 H63 

Hudson, T. J. Divine pedigree of 
• m.in. 1899 211 H86 

Ingeusoll, R. G. Gods and other 

lectures. 1874 211 In4 

Iverach, James. Theism in the 
light of present-day science and 
philosophy. 1899 211 Iv3 

KiNc;, liev. David. Principles of 
<rt*ology in their relation to re- 
ligion. 1H51 215 K58 

Lecky, W. K. H. Spirit of ration- 
alism in Kurope. 2v. 1><(>8. ...211 L49 



Davls, a. J. Approaching crisis. 

1^73 • 210 1)29 ' Le( '( >NTK, Joseph. Kvolution and 

Free thoughts concerning religion. its relation to reliyfious thouglit. 

1873 210 r)29f 18HS 213 L41) 



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KKLTGION. 



Religion and science. 1875 215 L49 

Mill, J. S. Three essays on reli- 
gion. 1874 210 M59 

Morris, H. W. Science and the 

Bible. 187.3 213 Um 

Mt)LLER. F. M. Theosophy. (Oif- 

ford lectures.) 1892 212 M91 

Nelson, Rev. David. Cause and 

the cure of infidelity 211 N3.3 

Oliphant, Laurence. Scientific 

religion- 1889 210 Ol 3 

Paley, William. Natural theol- 
ogy. 2v. ia55 210 P17 

Natural theology and Hora3 Paul- 
inse. 1833 210 P17n 

Rhind, W. G. Six days of creation. 

1859 213 R34 

Roe, E. R. El Bib: God and man by 

light of nature. 1868 211 R62 

Savage, M. J. Life beyond death. 

1JK)0 218 Sa9 

Sinnett, A. P. Occult world. 1889. 

212 Si6 

Taylor, Isaac. Physical theory 

of another life. 1853 218 T21 

Thompson, J. P. Man in genesis 

and in geology. 1870 215 T37 

White, A. D. History of the war- 
fare of science with theology. 
2v. 1890 215 W58 

WiNCHELL, Alexander. Recon- 
ciliation of science and religion. 
1877 215 W72 

BIBLE. 

Abbott, Ezra. Authorship of the 

gospel. 1880 22(>.5 Ab2 

Akers, Her. Peter. Biblical chron- 
ology. 185() 220.9 Ak3 

Alforu, Rer. Henry. New Testa- 
ment for English readers. 4v. 
R225.7 A12 

American Bible Soi:ikty and Brit- 
iak and foreign Bible sodttif. 
Specimen verses from versions 
in ditferent languages and dia- 
lects of the holy scriptures. 
1879 220 Am3 

Anderson, Christopher. Annals 

of the English Bible. 185(>. .220.9 An2 

Barnes, Albert. Notes on Isaiah. 

2v. 18()0 224.1 B2() 



Notes on the epistles of Paul. 4 v. 

1835 227 B26 

Notes on the gospels. 2v. 1835. i 
226B26n 

Bible, Holy. 1837 220.5 B47 

Bible; tr. by Challoner 220.5 B47c 

Briggs, S. R. and Elliott, J. H. 
Notes and suggestions for Bible 
readings. 1879 220 B76 

Clarke, J. F. Ideas of the apostle 

Paul. 1890 225.9 C55 

Conybeare, Rev. W J. and How- 
son, Rev. J. S. Life and epis- 
tles of St. Paul. 1869 225.9 C76 

COWLES, Rev. Henry. Proverbs, 
Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solo- 
mon with notes. 1870 223 C83 

Cruden, Alexander. Complete 
concordance to the holy scrip- 
tures. 1823 R220.2 C88 

Cumming, Rev. John. Lectures on 

the book of Daniel. 1854. . . .224.5 091 
Sabbath morning readings on the 

Old Testament. 1854 222 Cn)l 

Curtis, Rev. T. P. Human element 
in the inspiration of the sacred 
scriptures. 1867 220.1 C94 

Dictionary of the Holy Bible. 1859 

R220.3D56 

Doddridge, Philip. Family ex- 
positor. 18.33 225 D66 

Farrar, F. W. Life and work of 

St. Paul. 1880 225.9 P24 

Fitzgerald, J., tr. Teaching of the 

twelve apostles. 1884 229 F57 

Gensenius, William. Hebrew 
and Greek lexicon of the Old 
Testament. 1865 R221.3 G33 

Gladden, Washington. Seven 

puzzling Bible books. 1898. ...221 G45 
Who wrote the Bible? 1896 220 G4o 

Gospel of the kingdom. 1870. ..220.9 G69 

Hall, Rev. .Joseph. Contempla- 
tions on the historical passages 
of the Old and New Testa- 
ments 220.9 H14 

Halsey. Her. L. .1. Literarv at- 

ti-actions of the Bible. 1859. ..220 H16 

Harwood, a. What was the true 

number of the Apostles? 1862. .226 H26 

Hastings, .Iames. ed. Dictionary 

of the Bible. .3v. 1898 220.3 Il27 



RELIGION. 



i:{ 



Heiadley, Rev. J. F. Sacred moun- 
tains, chjiracters and scenes in 
the holy land. 1871 220.9 KU 

HiLPRECHT, H. V. ed. Recent re- 
search in Bible lands. 1896. .220 93 H56 

Hopkins, Rev. Ezekiel. Exposi- 
tion of the ten commandments. 222 H77 

• 

Keith, Alexander. Land of Israel. 

1844 220.9 K26 

KiTTO, John. Illustrated history 

of the Holy Bible. 1869 220.9 K65 

and Taylor, J. Popular encyclo- . 

pedia of Biblical literature. 

1856 R220.3 K65 

Knox, C. E. Year with St. Paul. 

1867 225.9 K77 

MAcEtoNALD, George. Miracles of 

our Lord. 1871 » 226.7 M14 

March, Rev. Daniel. Ntfht scenes 

in the Bible. 1870 220 M33 

Martin, J. L. Voice of the seven 

thunders 228 M36 

Melcher, J. F. Mount Zion. 1888. 

220.8 M48 

MORISON J. H. Disquisitions and 

notes on the gospels of Matthew. 

1861 226.2 M82 

MOULTON, R G. Literary study of 

the Bible. 1896 220 M86 

NiCHOLLS, B. E. Help to the read- 
ing of the Bible. 1860 220 N52 

Norton, Andrews. Evidences of 
the genuineness of the gospels. 

1890 226 N75 

Translation of the gospels with 

notes. 2v. 1882 226 N75t 

Novum testamentum. 1850 225.5 B47n 

NOYES, G. R New translation of 
Job, Ecclesiastes, and the Can- 
ticles with notes. 1867 223 N87 

New translation of the book of 
Psalms, and of the book of Pro- 
verbs. 1867 223.2 N87 

New translation of the Hebrew 

prophets. 1890. 2v 224 N87 

Olmstead, Rev. J. M. Noah and 

his times. 1853 220.9 Ol 5 

Parallel Bible K220.5 P21 

Renan, Ernest. (The) Apostles. 

1866 225 9 R29 

Revised Testament. 1881 22^5.1 K,32 



Second epistle of Peter, the epistles 
of John and Judas, and the Rev- 
elation. 1854 227.9 qSe2 

Smith, Uriah. Thoughts on the 

book of Daniel. 1873 224.5 Sm6 

Thoughts on the book of Revela- 
tion. 1866 228 Sm6 

Smith, William, ed. Dictionary 

of the Bible. 3v. 1863. ...R220.3 Sm6 

SMITH, William, and Cheetam, 
Samuel. Dictionary of Christian 
antiquities. 2v. 1876. .R220.3 qSmOl 

Spring, Gardiner. Bible not of 

man. 1847 220.1 Sp8 

Stowe, C. E. Origin and history 
of the books of the Bible. 
1867 220.9 St7 

Taylor, Rev. W. M. Elijah, the 

prophet. 1876 220.9 T31 

Trench, R C. Notes on the mira- 
cles of our Lord. 1869 226.7 T72 

Synonyms of the Testament. 2v. 

1864 220.8 T72 

West, Rev. Nathaniel. Complete 
analysis of the Holy Bible. 
1869 220.2 qW52 

Wines, E. C. Commentaries on the 
laws of the ancient Hebrews. 
1859 220.9 W72 

Winthrop, Rev. Edward. Char- 
acteristics and laws of prophetic 
svmbols. 1855 220.6 W73 



DOCTRINAL THEOLOGY. 

Abbott, Lyman. Salvation from 

sin. 1900 234 Ab2 

Supernatural. 1900 231.7 Ab2 

Ackerman, G. E. Man a revelation 

of God. 1888 2.33 Ac5 

Alexander, Archibald. Evi- 
dences of the authenticity of the 
holy scriptures. 1830 2.39 Al 3 

Allen, J. H. Ten discourses on or- 
thodoxy. 1889 2.30 Al 5 

Arnold, Matthew, (iod and the 

Bible. 1875 2.39 Ar6 

Literature and dogma 2:W Ai6 1 

\rthuk, William. Tongue of lire. 

18(K) 2:^9 Ar7 

Bef/jher, Edward. Concord of 

ages, im) 233 B39 



14 KOJGIOX. 

Hr.r/rHKR, H. W. Ufe of Jesus, the Gregory. OuxthtSw Evidences. 

r;hri«t. T. 1, I'^Tl 23±9 Ktt* doctrines mnd duties of the Chri>- 

fV/STO.v. ThoM-%->. Human nature tian religion. 1^*22 239 G^ 

in ixn frxirfoid **at^. 1^41 233 Bt>, BLvRRis. JoHX. Man {HimevaL l^^&O. 

BL'BK. K- ¥\ Adfidem. 1*71 23r# KM 233 H24 

Pai^r niundL K2 23i# Bi4p Patriarchy. l^>^ 233 H24p 

BCSHNKI-L. HOKACX. Nature and Howe. John. Works. 2v. 1%8..23(1H83 

the sufjematural. l^V) 231 B9ii Hcghe^v Thomas. Manliness of 

BL'TI-KB. Jr/SKFH. hij^Ufp. Analog- Christ. 1?S^) 232.9 H87 

of relii^ion. 1*?T0 2351 B9T HUXTINGTON. E. D. New discussion 

Ghalmkks. Thoma-S. r>n the mir- of the Trinity. IStJT 231 H92 

a^nilou** and internal revelations Hyde. W. D. God's education of 

of the Cliriiitian revelation. 2v. man. IS^ 230 H99 

184>^ 2:» C.^5 Jex^-xs. Soame. Leslje. Charles 

< :hkkvk&. G. B. Powers of the world mid o(hers. Infidelity 239 J45 

to come. \H.'A 236 C41 Keith. Alexander Evidence of 

ChiLDHKN in heaven. W90 ZVl C43 the truth of the Christian reli- 

Clahkk, Adam. Christian thef^l- S^on 239 K26 

ojfv. IHiU 230C55 Lee,G. & Shadow Christ. 1836. .23:^ L51 

f'LAKKK, J. F. <:hri.stian doctrine March, Rer. Daniel. Walks and 

of for^lveneHs of sin. \mi . . .2:U C.>>4 homes of Jesus. 1866 232.9 M33 

Common sen^- in relij^non. 1 874.. 2:50 C5.>4 * Mountford, William. Euthan- 

Orthodoxy. IHiH) 2:U)(;.>>4o ^Y- ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ 

Crj(:HKA.N%S.n. .Moral syrttera. 18:K*. 2.31) CW Mu.vhall, L. W. lord's return. 

C'>S.STlTf;Tlo.v of the Presbyterian ' 1^^** • • •• ^- ^^^- 

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Crani-:, Frank. Helicon of ujnior- Christ. 18.>rt 2:^2.9 N26 

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Ckkmkk, HEU.MA.N.V. Bevond the ■ 232.6 N33 

^rr^ve. 1H80 ". 2:^) C'^Vt NORTON, ANDREWS. Statement of 

Dkkms, C. F. Jesus. }Hi\H ZVIM lYMy reasons fornot believini? the doc- 

DIDO.V, Hknki. JesuH Christ. 1^.)1. trines of the Trinitarians. 18rt7. 

•>*!•> t) \\'j\ 2:il NTo 

Dunlavy, John. Manifesto. 1847. Owen, John. Foporiveness of sin. .234 Ow2 

2.3.3 Dl)2 Paley, William. Evidences of 

Kdwakds, Jonathan. Work of re- Christianity. 1S2() 2.39 P17 

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KLIOT, W. (i. Dimnnnscs on the 232 P22 

doctrinesof Christianity. lSi)7..23() Kl 4 Pascal, BLAist:. Thou;^'hts, letters 

FaIIKAU, F. W. Life of ( 'hrist. .232.0 F24 and opuscles. 1S(>4 239 P26 

Flavel, John. Christ knockint: at Peabooy, A. P. Leetureson Chris- 

the door of sinners' liearts 234 F()l , tian doctrine. 18')7 2.30 P31 

Fountain of lift* 234 Fiilf Phjim's. Joseph. ()ri»rinal and pres- 

Meth(Kl of t^race 234 F(>hn ent stale of man. 1S71 233 Po5 

Flkktwood, .John. [Jfe of .lesu^ }*ilatk. Pontius. Gesta Pilati. 

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(JKIKK, Cunnincjham. Life and PlUMK. S. 1. Thoiijrhi^ on the death 

words of Christ. 1SS3 232.!) (i27 of litUe ehihlivn. 1H()1) 23(> P93 

(Gordon, A, J. How Christ came to , IIknan, Krnkst. Life of Jesus, 

church. IHi).") 232 (;(>:> ISuii 2.32.9 Ii29 

(iORDON, (J. A. Christ of tcxhiv. Savacjk, M. J. Christianity and the 

18})(; 232 GVM science of manhood. 1S73 2:W Sa9 






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SEARS, E. H. Athanasia 237 Se 1 

Regeneration. 1886 234 Se 1 

SEELEY, J. R Ecce homo. 1868. .232 Se3- 
SMARius, C. F. Points of contro- 
versy. 1867 230 Sm 1 

Smith, Uriah. St ite of the dead, 
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236 Sm6 

Taylor, Jeremy. Life of Christ. 

1834 232.9 T21 

[ Tenney, E.P. Silent house. 1876.. 236 T25 
' TaoMAS, W. G. Christianity a fact. 

1882 239 T36 

Thompson, J. P. Theology of Christ. 

1871 • 232 T37 

Tolstoy. L.N. My religion. 1885.. 230 T58 
^>HAM,T.C. Lifeof faith. l&59..234Up3 
Pr^inciples of the interior or hid- 
den life. 1859 234 Up3p 

^^A.1^ Amringe, H. H. Nature and 

revelation. 1843 232 V26 

Vk^o^n, Henry. Complete duty of 

man. 1838 230 V56 

^-A.i,KER, J. B. God revealed. 

1857 231 W15 

f^tiilosophy of the plan of salva- 

t-ion. 1887 234 W15 

^-^:rd, Mrs, E. S. (P.) Story of 

Jesus L hrist. 1897 232. 9 W21 

^-'^HE, Henry, Jr. Life of the Sa- 
vior. 1884 232.9 W22 

'^^x^LisoN, John. Afflicted man's 

companion 236 W67 

XiEVOTIONAL AND PRACTICAL 

RELIGION. 

^^BOTT, JACoa Way to do good. 

1836 240 Ab 2 

Voung Christian. 1832 240 Ab2y 

A^X-exander, Archibald. Practi- 
cal truths 240 Al 2 

A.P0STOL.IC Fathers. Writings. 

1867 241 Ap4 

Arvine, K. Cyclopedia of moral 

and religious anecdotes. 1849. .244 Ar8 

Bank.s, L. a. Immortal hymns and 

their story. 1898 245 B22 

Baxter, Richard. Saints' ever- 
lasting rest. 1758 242 B33 

Belcher, Joseph. Historical 

sketches of hymns. 1859 245 B41 



Browne, Sir Thomas. Religio 

medici. . 1869 240 B81 

Browning, H. B. Words in sea- 
son. 1870 249 B82 

BUNYAN, John. Riches of Bunyan. 

1850 243 B88 

Clarke, J. F. Christian doctrine 

of prayer. 1867 240 C55 

Doddridge, Philip. Rise and pro- 
gress. 1849 243 DOG 

DrXjmmond, Henry. Greatest thing 

in the world. 1897 242 D84 

Ideal life. 1898 242 D84i 

Edwards, Jonathan. Treatise on 

religious affections 241 Ed9 

Eliot, W. G. Early religious edu- 
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Paris, W. W. Children of light. 

1877 242 F22 

Fuller, Thomas. Good, thoughts 

in bad times. 1863 241 F95 

Holy and profane states. 1865. ..243 F95 

Gasperin, Mme. de. Near and the 

heavenly horizons. 1863 244 G21 

Gould, Sabine Baring- Legends 

of the patriarchs and prophets. 

1872 244 G73 

Harsha, D. a. Heavenly token. 

1858 242H2;> 

Hepworth, G. H. R cks and shoals. 

1870 243 H41 

Hymnal of the Protestant Episco- 
pal church. 1872 245 H99 

Hymns of the ages. 1853 245 H99h 

Jay, William. Prayers for the use 

of families. 1820 249 J33 

Works. 3v. 1855 240 J 33 

Keble, John. Christian year. 

1827 242 K23 

Larcom, Lucy. Breathings of a 

better life. 1867 242 L32 

Life's evening 240 L62 

Life's .morning 240 L()21 

Luther, Martin. Hymns. 1883. 245 U)l 
Watchwords. 1869 240 L!)7 

Maucy, E. E. Life's duties. 186{). .243 MJ3 

Mason, William. Spiritual treas- 
ury for the children of God. . .242 M38 

Moody, D. L. Anecdotes. 1877. .244 M77 
Way to God, and how to tind it. 

1884 24S M77 

Murray, Lindley. Power of relig- 
ion on the mind. 1861 244 Mi!() 



U) 



RKLIGION. 



Newman, J. H. Loss and gain. 

1855 244 N4« 

Newton, Richard. Jewish taber- 
nacle. 188.3 247 N48 

Pearls of thought. 1858 242 P31 

Psalms and hymns 245 P95 

Richmond, Legh. Dairyman's 

daughter 244 R41 

ScouGAL, Henry. Life of God in 

the soul of man. 1868 248 Sco8 

Smith, H. W. Christian's secret of 

a happy life. 1883 243 Sm5 

Songs of the sanctuary. 1872 245 So5 

Spurgeon, C. H. Morning by morn- 
ing 249 Sp9 

Sturm, C. C Morning communings 

with God. 1858 240 St9 

Taylor, Jeremy. Golden grove. 

1856 240 T21 

Holy living and dying. 1857 ... .241 T21 
Thomas A Kempis. Imitation of 

Christ. 1859 242 T36 

TucKLEY, Henry. Life's golden 

morning. 1886 240 T79 

Tyng, S. H. Christian titles. 1853.. 242 T97 
Ware, Henry, Jr. Formation of 

tlie Christian character. 1866.. 248 W22 
Watson, liev. John. Mind of the 

Master. 1896 242 W33 

Upper room. 1895 242 W33u 

Whitmarsh, C. S. coinp. Prayers 

of the ages. 1868 *. .244 W59 

YONGE, C. M. Musings over the 

"Christian year. " 1871 242 Y8 

SERMONS. 

Akers, T. p. Sermons. 1851. ...2.')2 Ak3 

American national preacher. 

1853-54. v. 27-28 252 Am3 

Baker, Daniel. Series of revival 

sermons. 1846 252 B17 

BASa)M, H. B. Sermons from the 

pulpit. 1850 252 B29 

Baxter, Richard. Reformed pas- 
tor. 1829 2.')1 B.33 

Beecher, H. W. Sermons. 2v. 

1870 •>5*> R'i<) 

Yale lectures on preaching. 2v. 

1872 2.'>1 B39 

Boyd, A. K. H. Counsel and com- 
fort sjx)ken from a city puli)it. 

1866 252 B69 



Graver thoughts of a country par- 
son. 1863 252 B69g 

Brooke, S. A. Sermons. 1869. ..252 B79 

Butlp:r, W. a. Sermons. 1^56. . .252 B97 

Cecil, Richard. Sermons. 1^57 .. 252 C.32 

Channing, W. E. Selections fi-om 

works. 1855 252 C36 

CoLLYER, Robert. Life that now 

is. 1871 252 0^9 

Nature and life. 1867 252 C69n 

Gumming, John. Great tribulation. 

2v. 1860 252 C91 

Da VIES, Samuel. Sermons. 3v. 

1862 252 D28 

Dexter, H. M. Twelve discourses. 

18()0... 252 D52 

DwiGHT, Timothy. Theology ex- 
plained and defended. 4v. 185(>. 
252 D96 

Evans, Christmas. Sermons. ...252 Ev4 

Farrar, F. W. Ephphatha. 1880.. 252 P24 

Field, Chester. Scripture illus- 
trated by facts, incidents and 
anecdotes. 1859 250 F45 

Griswold, Asa. Sermons. 1856.. 252 G87 

Johnson, Herrick. Christianity's 

challenge. 1881 252 J62 

Jones, J. L. Jess; bits of wayside 

gospel. 1899 252 J71 

Lea, H. C. Historical sketch of sac- 
erdotal celibacy. 1867 254 L40 

LoYSON, Charles. Discourses. 

1869 252 L95 

Mac Donald, George. Unspoken 

sermons. 1871 252 M14 

Martineau, .Iames. Endeavors 

after Christian life. 1858 252 M36 

Miles, H. A. Foundation, difficul- 
ties, helps, and triumphs of a 
religious life. 1870 252 M59 

Moody, D.L. Glad tidings. 1876.. 252 M77 
Great joy. 1877 252 M77g 

Moore, W. T. ed. Living pulpit 

of theChristian church. 1868. .252 M78 

Peabody, a. p. Sermons. 1859. .252 Pai 

Rohertson, F. W. Sermons. 1871.252 R54 

Roe, E. R. God reigns 252 R62 

Smith, S. A. Christian lessons and 

a ( 'hristian life. 18(>6 252 Sra6 

Spe.vcer, 1. S. Pastor's sketches. 

1857 250 Sp3 

Spur(;eon, C. H. Ciems. 1858. . .252 Sp9 



RELIGION. 



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My sermon notes. 1885 252 Sp9m 

Saint and his Savior. 1858 252 Sp9s 

Sermons. 1857 252 Sp9se 

Sermons. 1856 252 SpUsr 

SUMMERFiELD, JOHN. Sermons. 

ia58 252 Su6 

Swing, David. Truths for today. 

1874 , 252Sw6 

Talmage, T. D. Old wells dug out. 

1874 2o2T14 

Taylor, Jeremy. Sermons. 1856.. 252 T21 
Taylor, William. Modern preach- 
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Seven years* street preaching. 

1856 251T21S 

Van Dyke, Henry. Gospel for an 

ageof doubt. 1896 251 V28 

Gospel for a world of sin. 1899. .251 V28g 
Sermons to young men. 1898. . .252 V28 
Vinet, Alexander., Homiletics. 

ia>5 : 251 V75 

Walker, James. Sermons. 1890.. 252 W15 
Watson, Uev, John. Cure of souls. 

18i)6 251 W33 

Potter '8 wheel. 1897 252 W3.3p 

Wayland, Francis. Sermons. 

1^9 252 W36 

Wesley, John. Sermons. 1839. .252 W51 



MISSIONS — HOME AND FOREIGN. 

SPECIAL COLLECTION. 

Adams, J. E. Missionary methods. 

1897 266 Ad 1 

Barnes, I. H. Behind the Pardah. 

266.54 B26 

Bishop, Mrs. Isabella (B. ) Korea 

and her neighbors 915.19 B54 

Blaikie, W. G. David Living- 
stone B L70 

Bliss, E. M. C'oncise history of 

missions. 1897 266 B61 

Encyclopedia of missions. 2v. 1891. 

R266B61e 

Organization and methods of mis- 
sion work. 1897 266 B61o 

Brain, B. M. Fuel for missionary 

tire. 1898 266 B73 

Transformation of Hawaii. 1898. 

996.9 B73 

Bryson, Mrs, John Kenneth Mac- 
kenzie B M19 



Butler, William. Mexico in tran- 
sition. 1892 972 B97 

Campbell, B. M. Madagascar. 

1889 969 C 15 

Campbell, Reau. Guide and de- 
scriptive book of Mexico. 1889. 
917.2 C 15 

Centenary Conference. Report 
on Protestant missions of the 
world, v. 2. 1888 266 C33 

Chamberlain, Jacob. In the tiger 

jungle. 1896 266.54 C35 

Church at home and abroad. 2v. 

1887 266 C47 

CURZON, G. N. Problems of the far 

east. 1896 950 C94 

Davis, J. A. Chinese slave girl.. 915.1 D29 
Leng Tso. 1886 266.51 D29 

Dennis, J. S. Christian missions 

and social progress. 1897 266 D42 

Foreign missions after a century. 

1893 266D42f 

DUGGAN, Mrs. J. p. Mexican ranch. 

1894 D87 

Ellinwood, F. F. Oriental religion 

and Christianity. 1896 209 El 5 

Questions and phases of modern 

missions. 1899 266 El 5 

Farwell, M. E. William Carey. 

1888 B C18 

Foreign mission boards and socie- 
ties. International conference. 
1893 266.06 In8 

Gale, J. S. Korean sketches. 

1898 915.19 G13 

GiFFORD, D. L. Every-day life in 

Korea. 1898 266.519 G.36 

Gilmoke, G. W. Korea from its 

capital. 1892 915.19 G42 

Graham, J. A. Missionary expan- 
sion since the reformation 266 G76 

Grant, G. M. Religions of the 

world 209 G76 

GUINNF^SS, L. E. Across India at 
the dawn of the 20th century. 
1898 915.4 G94 

GULICK, S. L. Growth of the king- 
dom of God .... 270 G95 

Hakuls, .John. Great commission. 

1856 266 H24 

Iowa band. 1870 2.')6 Io9 



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Jessup, H. H. Setting of the cres- 
cent and the rising of the cross. 
1898 BK12 

Johnston, J. H. Life of Adoniram 

Judson. 1887 B J92 

Kellogg, S. H. Handbook of com- 
parative* religion. 1899 290 K29 

Laurie, Thomas. Woman and the 

gospel in Persia. 1887 266.55 L37 

LovETT, Richard, ecL James Gil- 

mour of Mongolia B G42 

Lowe, John. Medical missions. 

1896 266 L95 

McDowell, W. F., Pierson, A. T., 
Bingham. J. M., and others. 
Picket line of missions. 1897. .266 M14 

Mackenzie, W. D. Christianity and 

the progress of man. 1897 266 M19 

MacMinn, Edwin. Nemorama the 

Nautchnee. 1890 266.54 M22 

Martin, Chalmers. Apostolic and 

modern missions. 1898 266 M36 

Martin, W. A. P. Cycle of Cathay. 

1897 915.1 M36c 

Maxwell. E. B. Bishop's conver- 
sion. 1892 M449 

Mi, Hu Yong. Way of faith illus- 
trated. 1896 266.51 M58 

Millard, E. C'., and Guinness,L. E. 
South America, the neglected 
continent 266.8 M61 

Moffat, J. C. Story of a dedicated 

life. 1889 266.54 M72 

Mueller,P. M. On missions. 1874.266 M88 

Mullens, Mrs. Life by the Ganges. 

1867 266.54 M91 

Nassau, R. H. Crowned in Palm- 
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Nelson, K. G. Tuen, slave and em- 
press. 1898 B T81 

Nevius, H. S. C. Life of John Liv- 
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Noble, F. P. Redemption of Africa. 

1899 266.6 N66 

Park, David. Missionary methods 
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1898 266 P21 

Parsons, E. C. Life for Africa. 

1898 BG61p 

Paton, James. John G. Paton. 

1898 : 269.99 P27 

Peery, R. B. Gist of Japan. 1897 . .952 P34 



Perkins, H. M. Life\)f Justin Per- 
kins. 1887 B P41 

Pierson, A. T. Crisis of missions. 

1886 266 P61 

Presbyterian Church — i^orcigm 
missions^ Board •/. Annual re- 
ports, v. 54-60. 1891-99 .... 266. 06 P92 

Rankin, Melinda. Twenty years 

among the Mexicans. 1881. ...266 R16 

Rankin, William. Memorials of 

foreign missions. 1895 920 R16 

Rhea, Mrs, S. J. Life of Henry 

Martyn, 1888 B M36 

RiGGS, S. R. Tah-koo Wah-kan; or, 
The gospel among the Dakotas. 
1869 266 R44 

Scott, Mrs, A. M. Day dawn in 

Africa. 1858 266 Sco8 

Seel YE, J. H. Christian missions. 

1875 266 Se4 

SiAM and Laos. 1884 ..915.94 Si 1 

Smith, A. H. Chinese characteris- 
tics. 1894 951 Smo 

Speer, R. E. Missions and politics 

in Asia. 1898 266.5 Sp3 

Stalker, James. St. Paul B P289 

Stone, R. H. In Afric's forest and 

jungle. 1899 916.6 St7 

Ma^kay of Uganda B M19 

Storrow, E. Our sisters in India. 

266.54 St7 

Student volunteer movement for 
foreign missions. Student mis- 
sionary appeal. 1898 266 St9 

Thoburn, J. M. Light in the east. 

1899 266.54 T35 

Vermilye, E. B. Life of Alexander 

Duff. 1890 BD87 

Wanless, W. J. Medical mission. 

1898 266 W18 

Wherry, E. M. Islam. 1896. . ..297 W57 

Wilder, M. L. Robert Moffatt. 

1887 BM72 

Wilder, R. P. Among India's stu- 
dents. 1899 266.54 W64 

Wilson, S. G. Persian life and cus- 
toms. 1895 915.5 W69 

Woman's Foreign Missionary 
^OCIKIY— Presbyterian church, 
nistorioal sketch of the mis- 
sions. 1897 266 W84 



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WOMAN'S work for veoman. 1891-98. 

V. 6-13 205 W84 

Worcester, Mrs, J. H., Jr. David 

Livini^tone ; B L76w 

Young, E. R On the Indian trail. 

1897 266.78 Y8 

Oowikapun; or, How the gospel 
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CHURCH INSTITUTIONS AND WORK. 

ANDREWS. J. N. History of the 

Sabbath. 1873 263 An2 

Beecher, H. W. Prayers from 

Plymouth pulpit. 1868 264 B39 

Burke, J. J. Reasonableness of the 
ceremonies of the Catholic 

church. 1892 264 B91 

Reasonableness of the practices of 
the Catholic church. 1892. . . .265 B91 

CtTNNiNGHAM, WILLIAM. Christian 

civilization. 1880 261 C91 

Dodge, M. A. Stumbling blocks. 

186= 260 D66 

Edwards, Jonathan. Thoughts on 

the revival of religion 269 Ed9 

Foster, A. P. Manual of Sunday 

school methods. 1899 268 P81 

GiBRONS, J. C. Our Christian heri- 
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Hammond, E. P. Harvest work of 

the Holy Spirit 269 H18 

Kremer, R. E. Bible gems. 1870. .268 K88 

LiTTLEJOHN, W. H. Con.stitutional 

amendment. 1873 263 L73 

Love, W. D. Fast and thanksgiving 

daysof New England. 1895.. 264.031 L94 

Peloubet, F. N., and Peloubet. 
M. A. International Sabbath 
school lessons. IHll-date 268 P36 

Phipps, Joseph. True Christian 

baptism and communion. 1872 . . 265P 55 

Shairp, J. C. Culture and religion 

in some of their relations. 1872.. 261 Shi 

STRONG, JosiAH. New era. 1893. ..261 St8 
Religious movements for social 

betterment. 1«00 261 St8r 

Taylor, Jeremy. Sacred order and 

offi ces of episcopacy. 1844 262 T21 

Teachers' mentor. 1880-81. v.5-6..268T22 

Vincent, J. H. Modern Sunday 

school. 1887 268 V74 



Whipple, C. K., and others. How 

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WiLBERFORCE, R I. Inquiry into 
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Woods, Leonard. Lectures on in- 
fant baptism. 1828 265 W86 

RELIGIOUS HISTORY. 

Baoon, Leonard. Genesis of the 
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277.4 B13 

Baird, Robert. Religion in Amer- 
ica. 1856 277 B16 

Barrows, J. H. Christian conquest 

of Asia. 1899 275 B27 

Byington, E. H. Puritan in Eng- 
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Caracciolo, Henrietta. Myste- 
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Chateaubriand, F. A. de. Les 

martyrs. 2v. ' 1809 272 C39 

Corbett, William. Reformation 
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D'Aubign6, J. H. M. History of 
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History of the reformation of the 

sixteenth century. 5v. .270.6 Au 1 h 

Farrar, F. W. Early days of Chris- 
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Fisher, G. P. History of the Chris- 
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Reformation. 1883 270.6 F53 

FoXE, John. Books of martyrs. 

18.3;) 272 F83 

GiESELER, J. L. Text book of church 

history. 3 v. 1855 270 G36 

GULICK, S. L. Growth of the king- 
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Hall, E. H. Ten lectures on ortho- 
doxy and heresy. 1888 273 H 14 

Hallowell, R. p. Quaker inva- 
sion of Massachusetts. 1883. .272 H 15 

Hetherington, W. M. History of 

the church of Scotland. 1859.. 274.1 H47 

Hurst, J. F. short history of the 

reformation 270.6 H94 

Inge, W. l\. Christian mysticism, 

1899 273.2 In4 



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Jameson, Mrs. A. B. (M). Sisters 

of charity. 1857 271.9 J23 

JUDSON Emily. Kathayan slave. 

1853 275.9 J92 

Lea, H. C. Hist-ory of the inquisi- 
tion of the middle ages. 3v. 
1887 272.2 L46 

McCrie, Thomas. History of the 

reformation in Italy. 1842. .270.6 M 13 
Reformation in Spain. 1842. .270.6 M ISs 

McGiFFERT, A. C. History of Chris- 
tianity in the apostolic age. '1897. 

270.1 M17 

. Mather, Cotton. Magnalia Christi 

Americana. 2v. 1855 277.4 M42 

Merivale, Charles. Conversion 

of the northern nations. 1866.274.5 M54 
Conversion of the Roman empire. 

1870 274.5 M54C 

MiLMAN, H. H. History of Chris- 
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MOSHEIM, J. L. Ecclesiastical his- 
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Neal, Daniel. History of the 

Puritans. 2v. 1856 274.2 N25 

NiCX)LlNl, G. B. Jesuits. 1884. . .271 N54 

Pascal, Blaise. Provincial let- 
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Religious denominations in the U. 

S. 1848 277.3 R27 

Ren AN, Ernest. English confer- 
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SMUCKER, S. M., ed. History of all 

religions. 1860 270 Sm8 

Spalding, M. J. History of the Pro- 
testant reformation. 1866. . .270.6 Sp2 

Stanley, A. P. Lectures on the 
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land. 1872 274.1 St2 

Turner, Sharon. Sacred history 

of the world. 3v. WA 270 T85 

Weiss, M. C. History of the French 

Protestant refugees. 2v. ia54..272 W43 

Wishart, A. W. Short history of 

monks and monasteries. 1900. .271 W75 



CHRISTIAN CHURCHES AND SECTS. 

Baird, C. W. Huguenot emigration 

to America. 2v. 1885 284.5 B16 

Balmes, James. European civili- 
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Barclay, John. Rise, progress and 
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1835 289.6 B23r 

Barclay, Robert. Apology for the 

true Christian divinity 289.6 B232 

Barrows, S. J. Baptist meeting- 
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Bevans, John. Christian religion of 

the Societ . of Friends. 1843.. 289. 6 B46 

Brennan, Richard. History of the 

Catholic church. 1881 282 B75 

Buckley, J. M. History of Meth- 
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Campbell, Alexander, and Pur- 
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Dalton, a. Epochs of church his- 
tory. 1894. 280 D17 

Davis, A. J. Death and the after 

life. 1873 289.9 D29 

Dexter, H. M. Congregationalism. 

1865 285.8 D52 

Dcellinqer, J. J. I. von. Fables re- 
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Lectures on the reunion of the 

churches. 1872 280 D67 

Dillon, I>r. Reason and Catho- 
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DOWLING, John. History of Roman- 
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Dryer, G. H. Founding of a new 

world. 1898 280 D83 

Dunning, A. E. Congregationalism 

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Evans, Thomas. Society of Friends. 

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Friends' General Conference— 

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Gillett, E. H. History of the Pres- 
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Hodge, Charles. C^onstitutional 
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HOGUN, William. Roman Catho- 
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Huber, J. N. Pope and the .coun- 
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Hughes, John. Complete works. 

2v. 1864 282 H87 



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HUGHEY, G. W. Political Roman- 
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Kersey, Jesse. Kersey's treatise 
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Lard, M. E. Review of J. B. Jeter's 

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ia>7 289.2 L32 

Lea, H. C. Studies in church his- 
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Leaton, James. Methodism in Illi- 
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MacArthur, R S. and others. Why 

I am what I am. 1891 280 Mil 

Maouire, Thomas and Pope, R T. 

P. Report of discussion 282 M27 

Martineau, James. Studies of 

Christianity. 1882 288 M36 

Metcalf, Richard. Letter and 

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Milennial Dawn. 5v. 1886. ..289.3 M61 

Milman, H. H. History of Latin 

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Murray, Lindley. Compendium 

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18.33 289.0 M90 

Olmstead, D. H. Protestant faith. 

1897 284 Ol 5 

Penn, Willjam. No cross, no 

crown. 1873 289.0 P37 

Rise and progress of the Quakers. 

1870 289.0 P37r 

Presbyterian reunion. 1837-71. 

1870 285 P92 

Ranke, Leopold. History of the 

popes. 3v. ia53 282 RIO 

Redford, a. H. Organization of 

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Scott, Walter. Union of Chris- 
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Sewel, William. History of the 

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Shaw, James. Roman conflict. 

1878 282 Sh2 

Smiles, SAldUEL. Huguenots in 

France. 1874 284.5 Sm4 

Huguenots: their settlements in 

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Stanley, A. P. Lectures on the 

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1807 281 St2 

Stevens, Abel. Methodism. 3v. 

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Sutton, R Methodist church prop- 
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SWEDENBORG, Emanuel. Angelic 
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Angelic wisdom concerning the di- 
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Apocalypse revealed. 2 v. 

1878 289.4 Sw3ap 

Arcana coelestia. lOv. 1877..289.4 Sw3ar 
Compendium of the theological 

writings. 1875 289.4 Sw.3c 

Concerning heaven and its won- 
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ia37 289.4 Sw3co 

Doctrine of a New Jerusalem. 

1829 289.4 Sw3d 

Four leading doctrines of the New 

Church. 1873 289.4 Sw3f 

Miscellaneous works. 1878. .289.4 Sw3m 
True Christian religion. 1855.289.4 Sw3t 
Thayer, T. B. Theology of Uni- 

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Ware, M. G. Thoughts in my gar- 
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Wilson, John. Unitarian princi- 
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Merchants' magazine and commer- 
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Carey, H. C. Manual of social 

science. 1872 330 C18 

Past, present and the future. 

1848 .330C18p 

Dickinson, A. E. Paying invest- 
ment. 1876 .330 D56 

Ely, R. T. Outlines of economics. 

1900 330 E19o 

George, Henry. Land question. 

1893 .333 Ct29 

Progress and poverty. 1882. . . .330 G29 
Science of political economy. 

1898 330 G29p 

Social problems. 1897 330 G298 

Harris. George. Inequality and 

progress. 1898 ..330 H24 

HOBSON, J. A. Economics of distri- 
bution. 1900 :m) H65 

Keynes, J. N. Scope and method 

of political economy. 1891 .330 K52 

Mill, J. S. Political economy. 

1872 .330 M59 

Newman. S. P. Political economy. 

18.35 ..3.30 N46 

Palorave, R. H. I., ed. Dictionary 
of ]K)litical economy. 3v. 18^)4, 
'96, '99 330.3 P17 

Perry, A. L. Political economy. 

1875 .330 P43 

RusKiN, John. **Unto this last." 

1870 330 R89 

Smith, Adam. Wealth of nations. 

1869 330 Sm5 

Steele, G. M. Outline study of po- 
litical economy. 1885 .330 St3 

Sumner, W. G. What social classes 

owe to each other. 1884 3.30 Su6 

Thompson, R. E. Social science 

and national economy. 1875. .330 T37 

Walker, F. A. Science of wealth. 

1869 3.30 W15 

Wood, Henry. Political economy 

of natural law. 1899 330 W85 



CAPiTAL AND LABOR. 

Ames, Azer. Sex in industry. 1875. 

331.4 Am 3 

Backcock, Bernie. Daughter of a 

reimblicah. 19(K) .331.84 B 11 



26 



SOCIOLOGY. 



Booth, William. In darkest Enj?- 

land 331.8 364 

BOSANQUET, ^fr8. Bernard. Stand- 
ard of life. ISm 331.8 B65 

Brown, M. W. Development of 

thrift. 18m) 331.84 B81 

Campbell, Helen. Prisoners of 

poverty. 1895 331.4 C 15 

Carnegie, Andrew. Gospel of 

wealth. 1900 331 C 21 

Carwardine. W. H. Pullman 

strike. 1894 331.89 C25 

Cook, Joseph. Labor. 1880 331 C77 

Drage, Geoffrey. Unemploved. 

1894 .3.31.8 D78 

Dyer, Henry. Evolution of indus- 

trv. 1895 .331 D98 

Ely, R T. Labor movement in 

America. 1886 .331 El 9 

Fortune, T. T. Black and white. 

1884 3.31 P77 

HOBSON, J. A. Evolution of modern 

capitalism. 1894 331 H65 

Problem of the unemployed. 1896. 

331H65p 

lL,LilNOiS- A rhUrat ion, Board of. An- 
nual reports. 1896, 98-99. . . ..331.1 II 6 
— F>ictory in^tpectors. Annual re- 



Stimson, F. .T. Hand-book of the 

labor law of the U. S, 1893. ..338.9 Sto |\- 
Labor and its relations to law. 

1895 338.9 St51 

U. S. — Labor Dept Annual reports, 

ISm-daU, V. I'date 331.01 Un3 

Eighth special report: Housing of 

. working people. 1895 331.83 Un3 

Ninth special report: Italians in 

Chicago. 1897 331.8 Un3i 

Second special report: Labor laws 

of the U. S. 1896 338.9 Un3 

Seventh special report: Slums of 

the great cities. 1894 331. 8 Un3s 

Walker, F. A. Science of wealth. 

1869 :i31 W15 

Webb, Sidney, and Webb, Beat- 
rice. History of trade union- 
ism. 1896 3.31.88 W38 

WiLLARD, J. F. Tramping with 

tramps .339 W66t 

Wright, C. D. Industrial evolution 

of the U. S. 1895 331 W93 

Wrigley, Edmund. Workingman's 

way to wealth. 1883 .3.34 W93 

Wyckop^f, W. a. Workers; the 

East. 1897 .331.8 W97 

Workers: West. 1898 331.8 W97w 



ports. 1895-(Z(£/f> 331 II 6f 

— Labor statislics. Bureau of. Re- 
port. ISHUlae ..331.01 II 6 ' 

Isham, Warren. Mud cabin. 1853. i ^ 

331.8 Is 3 BURHANS, J. A. Law of municipal 

Lieber, Francis. Poverty and 1 1- 



MONEY. 



bonds. 1889 332 B91 



bor. 1856 .331 L62 i Carroll, Edward, jr. Principles 

Lloyd, H. D. Country without and practice of tiumce 3.32.42 C23 

strikes. 1900 .331.1 L77 ^EL Mar, Alexander. History of 

Logan, W. S. Argument for an monetary systems. 1895 332 D38 



eight hour law. 1894 331.81 L82 

Max, Karl. Capital .331 M3(> 

Meriwether. Lee. Tramp at 

home. 1889 .331.8 M55 

New York— Labor statLsUcs. Jiureau 

of. Annual reports. 1886-87...331.01N48 j 

Pullman, G. M., and Wickes, F. H. 

Strike at Pullman. 1894. . ..331.89 P9() 

RllS, .J. A. How the other half lives. 

18fK) 3.31. 8 R44 

SMILES, SAMUEL. Thrift. 1876... 331.8 Sm4 



History of money in America. 1899. 

..". *. 332D38h 

Science of money. 18% 332.42 D:i8 

Story of the gold conspiracy. .3.32.42 D:^ 
Donnelly, Ignatius. American 

jH'ople's money. 1895 332.42 D71 

Harvey, W. H. Coin's financial 

school. 1894 332.42 H26 

Hill, N. P. Speeches and x>apers 
on the silver, i)ost:il, telegraph 
and other economic questions. 
1890 .^32 H55 



SPAHii, C. B. America's working 

people. liH)0 .331.8 Spl ! Hoar, G. H. and Harvey, W. H. 

Stephens, W. W. Higher life for I Deb;ite on the financial question. 

working people. 1899. .331.8 St3 | 1895 3.32.42 H65 



SOCIOLOGY. 



'^1 

»0 I 



HoRTON, S. D. Silver and gold. 

1895 332.42 H78 

IxDiAN Currency Commission. 

Report. 1893 332.5 In 2 

Indianapolis Monetary Commis- 
sion. Report.. 1898 332 In 2 

Jevons, W. S. Money and mechan- 
ism of exchange. 1875 .332 J53 

KiTSON, Arthur. Scientific solu- 
tion of the money question. 1895. 
332.42 K64 

Leavitt, SAB4UEL. Our money 

wars. 1894 332.42 L48 

Parsons, Frank. Rational money. 

1898 332 P25 

Farter, W. B. Science of money. 

1871. 332 P252 

Price, Bonamy. Currency and 

banking. 1876 332 P93 

Smith, J. A. Multiple money stand- 
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Sound currency. Compendium of 

accurate and timely information. 

1895 332.42 So8 

Stokes, A. P. Joint-metallism. 

1895 332.41 St6 

Sumner, W. G. American cur- 
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Taussig, F. W. Silver situation in 

the U. S. 1894 .332.42 T 19 

United States —3f«n/, Bureau of. 

Annual report of director. 1877, 

'88, '90, '96-99 3,32.4 Un3 

Report upon production of precious 

metals in U. S. 1880, '89, 1881- 
'90 332.41 Un3 

United States— Treasury Dept. 
Documents accompanying the re- 
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mission. v2. 1876 * . 332.4 Un.3m 

Waldron, G. B. Hand-book on cur- 
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Walker, F. A. Money. 1891. .;i32.42 W15 

White, Horace. Money and bank- 
ing. 1896 .3:32.42 W58 

Woodford, A. B. Use of silver as 

money in the U. S. 1895 . . . .3,32.42 W85 

SOCIALISM. 

Addams, Jane. Function of the so- 
cial settlement. 1899 .3.35.9 Ad2 

Brisbane, Albert. Social destiny 

of man. 1840 3.35.3 B77 



Cook, Joseph. Socialism. 1880. 

( Boston Monday lectures) 335 C77 

Ely, R T. French and German so- 
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Socijilism. 1894 335 E19 

GODKIN, E. L. Problems of modern 

democracy. 1896 .3.35.5 G54 

Gronlund, Laurence. New econ- 
omy. 1898 335 G89 

Henderson, C. R. Social settle- 
ments. 1899 335.9 H38 

Herron, G. D. Between Caesar and 

Jesus. 1899 335.7 H43 

KiDD, Benjabon. Social evolution. 

1895 335 K53 

KiRKUP, THOBiAS. History of so- 
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NORDHOFP, Charles. Communis- 
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NOYES, J. H. American socialisms. 

1870 3:i5 N87 

Rae, John. Contemporary social- 
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Swift, Lindsay. Brook farm. 

1900 3.35.9 Sw5 

TAXATION AND TARIFF. 

BOUTWELL, G. S. Direct and excise 

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Carey, H. C. Harmony of interests. 

1856 337 C18 

Dresser, H. E. camp. U. S. tariff 

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Ely, R. T. Problems of today. 

1888 .337.3 E19 

Taxation. 1888 3.36.2 E19 

Evans, C. H. Import duties. 1861-8.3, 

1884 .337 Evl 

George, Henry. Protection or free 

trade. 1888 337 G29 

Greeley, Horace. Political econ- 
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Hall,U. S. and Higgins, Anthony. 

Speeches on income t-ax. 1894.336.24 H 14 

lLL,ii<OiS— Equalization, State Board 

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Roberts, E. H. CJovernment reve- 
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Taylor, Edward. Is protection a 

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Thompson, R. History of protec- 
tive tariff laws. 1888 337 T37 



28 



SOCIOLOGY. 



United States— Co/iyre««. Tariff 

law of 1897 337 Un3g 

— I\iriff Commi^sioTu Report of 

1882. 2v. 1882 337 Un3t 

- Wnys and Means commute. Tar- 
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Walteir, Emile. What is free 

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Wells, 'J. A. Theory and practice 

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TRUSTS. 

Cloud, D. C. Monopolies and the 

people. 1873 338.8 C62 

Ely, R. T. Monopolies and trusts. 

1900 338.8 E19 

GUNTON, George. Trusts and the 

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Halle, Ernest von. Trusts. 

1895 3.38.8 H15 

James, E. J. Relation of the mod- 
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Mann, E. D. Trusts and the pub- 
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PRODUCTION. 

ATKINSON, Edward. Industrial 

progress of the nation. 1889. .338 Ato 

Crookes, Sir William. Wheat 

problem. 19(K) 338.1 C88 

Day, W. C. Stone industry in 1896. 

1897 3.38.2 D33 

KUNZ, G. F. Production of precious 

. stones in 1897. 1898 338.2 Km 

MiDDLETON, Jefferson. Statistics 

of clay- working industries in the 

U. S. " 1896, '97 338.2 M 58 

NiTZE, H. B. C. Monazite. 18!)'). 

338.2 N63 

Oliphant, F. H. Production of na- 
tural ga^ in 1897. 1898 338.2 013 

Parker, E. W. Mineral paints, 
barytes and asbestos in 1894. 

1895 33«.2 P22m 

Production of abrasive materials 

in 1894. 1895 338.2 P22i) 

Production of antimony and plati- 
num in 1894. 1895 3:iS.2 P22 

Production of asphaltum in 1894. 

1895 3.38.2 P22a 



Production of gyj)sum in 1894, '97. 

338.2 P22g 

Production of nickel in 1894. 1895. 

338.2 P22n 

Production of soapstone and mag- 

nesite in 1994. 1895 338.2 P22s 

Production of sulphur and pyrites 

in 1894. 1895 .338.2 P22su 

Shaler, N. S. Peat deposits. 1895. 

338.2 Shi 

United States — Geological surrey. 

Gold and silver in 1895. 1896. .338.2 Un3 
Production of fluorspar and mica 

in 1894. 1895 338.2 Un3 f 

Production of nickel and cobalt in 

1897. 1898 338.2 Un3p 

Production of phosphate rock in 

1895. 1896 338.2 Uu 3ph 

Production of quicksilver in 1894. 

1895 338.2 Un3q 

Weeks, J. D. Manufacture of coke 

in 1895. 1896 338.4 W41 

Production of natural gas in 1895. 

18iK) 338.2 W41 



LAW. 

Abbott, B. V. Judge and jury. 

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Lawrence, T. J. Principles of in- 
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1867 340.1 M28 

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United States and other pmcers,. 

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— St lite Dept. Case of the U. S. to 

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Wells, J. B. Red record. 1895. 

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Wheeler, J. H. vs, Williamson, 
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1900 342.42 B27 

BOUTMY, Emile. Studies in consti- 

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COHN, M. M. Constitution. 1892.. 342 C66 

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FiSKE, John. Civil government in 

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1870 ;W2.773 fll6 



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James, E. J. Review of Bryce's 
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Jameson, J. A. Constitutional con- 
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Lamphere, G. N. U. S. govern- 
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LOCKWOOD, H. C. Constitutional 

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Martin, G. H. Civil government 

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Mantague, F. C. Elements of Eng- 
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Moore, J. W. American congress. 

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Palgrave, II. F. D. House of com- 
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Pomeroy, J. N. Constitutional law 

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Wilson, Wcx)dko\v. Congiessional 

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Young, a. W. American states- 
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Bemis, E. W., ed. Municipal monop- 
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Bloomington— C% CounciL Char- 
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Buchanan, James. Messages. 1888. 

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Chicago— Cin'l Semc£ Commission. 

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Eaton, D. B. Civil service in Great 

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GOODNOW, F. J. Municipal home 

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Illinois— ^cZjMla?i^ General An- 
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Lowell, A. L. Colonial civil ser- 
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New York Civil Service Reform 
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Poore, Benjamin. Veto messages 
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Reynolds, J. M. Pensions and pen- 
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Shaw, a lheht. Municipal govern* 
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Municipiil ^a)vernment in Great 
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SCHtiRZ,CAKU Reviewof theyear. 

1898 351.6 SchS 

United States— Ciiil Service Oim- 
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duif 351.1 Un3 

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18tf7-K8 353.3 UD3m 

Register. 1B93 SS-I.S Un3 

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353.3Un3r 

—I'uxt QSUx Dept. Annual report 
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1««. liUi'iit 35.1.4 Un3 

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International Marine Confer- 
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CHARITIES df France. 1867 361 C37 

Chicago — limine of Correction, An- 
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Greene, S. D. Broken seal. 1870. 

366.1 G83 

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1896 362.4 116 

— Charities and Corrections, State 
conference proceedings. 1896. 
360.73 116 

— Eye and Ear Infirmary {Chicago), 

Biennial reports. 1896 362.1 II 6 

— Feeble Minded ChiHren^ Asylum 
for, (Lincoln), Biennial re 
ports. lSd2'dat€ 3()2.7 II 6 

— Insane, Central Hospital (Jackson- 
ville), Biennial report. 1898. 
362.2 116c 

— Insane Cnminals, Asylum for, 
(Chester), Biennial reports. 
1892-98 362.2 1161 

— Insane Hospital (Elgin), Bien- 
nial report -5. 18 J6, 98 ... . 3o2.2 II 6n 

— Insane Hospital (Kankakee), Bi- 
ennial reports. 1896, 98. . ..362.2 II 6 

— Inline Southern Hospital (Anna). 
Biennial reports. 1896, '98. 
362.2 116s 

—Institution for the Ediicition of the 
Deaf and Dumb. Biennial re- 
port. 1882 362.4 116 

—Institution for the Education of the 
De'tf and Dumb {Jiirksonville), 
Biennial reports. 1882, 96, 98. 
362.4 11 6j 

—Insurance Department. Annual 
reports. 1873. 79, 91, 96, 98. 
1872-99 368.9773 11 (i 

—Penitential^, Soutfierii {Chcsterj. 

Reports. 1896, 98 365 II 6s 

—Public Charities. Report. 1870-7(>. 

im^date 361.773 II (> 

— Refo rma to ry ( Po ntiac). Biennial 

reports. 1894-96 M'yry I16p 

-Soldiers^ and Sailors^ Home {Quin- 
cy). Biennial reports. 1896- 
1898 362.8 116 



—Soldiers Orphans' Home (Normal), 
Biennial report. 1892-96-98. 

362.7 I16n 

—State Penitentiary (Joliet). Re- 
ports. 1898 365 116 

Levington, John. Key to Masonry. 

1871 366.1 L57 

Masonic Review. 1848-6.3. v. 1-28. 

366 M38 

Massachusetts — iS'«af€ Board of 
Charities, Third annual report. 
1867 360 M39 

Mitchell, J. W. S. History of Free- 
masonry and Masonic digest. 2 v. 
1866 366.1 M69 

National Prison Association of 
the U. S. Proceedings of the 
annual congress. 1887-91 365 N21 

New York Prison Association. 
Report on the prisons and re- 
formaties of the U. S. and Can- 
ada. 1867 365 N42t 

Odd Fellows' Journal. 1876. 

V. 1,4,8 366.3 Odl 

Odd Fellows' oflfering. 1851 . ...368.3 Odl 

Parkhurst, C. H. Our fight with 

Tammany. 1895 363 P22 

PHiLADELPHiA-O/i'ic Cluh, Annual 

announcements. 1899 367 P53 

Pierson, a. T. C. Traditions of 

Freemasonry. 1865 366.1 P61 

Richmond, M. E. Friendly visiting 

among the poor. 1899 361 R41 

United States -Statisticfi Bureau, 
Vagrancy and public charities in 
foreign countries. 1893 361 St2 

Warner, A. G. American chari- 
ties. 1894 .360 W24 

Williams, Mrs. Talcott. Story of 
a woman's municipal campaign 
by the Civic Club for school re- 
form in Philadelphia. 1895. .364 W67 

Wines, F. H. Punishment and re- 
formation. 1895 360 W72 



KDUCATION. 

Catalotrucs und reports of many universities and 
colU'tfes are on llle in the library, but are not liMted 
in this cataloKue. 

Adler, Felix. Moral instruction 

of children. 1895 377 Ad 5 



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American journal of education. 

\SoS-d(Ue 370.5 Am3 

American Normal School. Ad- 
dresses and journal of proceed- 
in^rs. 1871 370.(5 Am33 

Arnold,iMatthew. Higher schools 

and universities in Germany. 

1874 378 AH) 

Bain, Alexander. Education as 

a science. 1879 370 B16 

Bateman, Newton. School l»ws 
and common school decisions of 
Illinois. 1887 379 B.31 

Bible in the public schools 377.1 B47 

Bloominoto n— Public Schwtlit, 

Rules and regulations. 1883. 
379 B62 

Boone, R. G. Education in the U. 

S. 1890 370.9 B05 

Brackett, a C, ed. Education of 

American grirls. 1874 376 B72 

Browning, Oscar. Introduction to 
the history of educational the- 
ories. 1882 370.9 B82 

BUTLEai, N. M., ed. Education in 

the U. S. 2v. 1900 .370.973 B97 

Clark, R. W. Question of the hour. 

1870 377.1 (:5t 

Cl^ARKE, E. H. Building of a brain. 

1874 376 C55 

Sex in education. 1873 376 CV>5s 

Dewey, John. School and society. 

1900 370.1 D51 

DUFFEY, Mrs. E. B. No sex in edu- 
cation. 1874 376 D87 

Ford, P. L., fd. New England 

primer. 1899 372.4 F75 

FrObel, Prtedrich. Education of 

man. 1888 .370 F92 

Hart, A. B. Studies in American 

education. 1895 370.4 H2r) 

Hart, .T. M. German universities. 

1874 :n8H2;'> 

Hill, Thomas. True order of stu- 
dies. 1876 .375 H5;> 

Illinois: devoted to education, sci- 
ence and free schools. 1871-72. 

V. 17-18 .370.5 II 6i 

I LLINOIS— P»*6i«c Inst met tan , Supt. of. , 
Biennial report. 18<>0-98. . .379.773 116 : 
—Pnhlu' Schfxyls.' Course of study I 
for the common schools of Illi- 
nois. 1897 375 IlO 



Illinois School Journal. 1881-83. 

V. 1-2 370.5 116 

Illinois - SoiUhem Xot-nml Univer- 
sity {Carhand(ile\ Biennial re- 
ports. 1896-98 .378.773 I16so 

Illinois State Normal Univer- 
sity. Index. 1892. v.l 370.71161 

Illinois State Teachers' Asso- 
ciation. ''Our pilgrim fath- 
ers." 1898 379.773 I16o 

Illinois University. Biennial re- 
port. 1894 378.773 116 

Report. 1871-96. m-diite 378.773 116 

Illinois Wesley an University. 
Alumni Journal. 1872-7.3. v. 1-.3. 
378.4 116 

James, E. J. Hand-book of univer- 
sity extension. 189.3 378.1 J23 

Journal of Education. 1885- 

d4itc. V. 21-date. 370.5 J82 

Keane, J. J. Christian education 

in America. 1892 .377 K19 

Klemm, L. R. European schools. 

1890 379 K87 

Lange, Helene. Higher educa- 
tion of women in Europe. 1890. 
376 L25 

Laurie, S. S. Rise and early con- 
stitution of universities. 1887. .378 L.37 

Leighton, R. F. Harvard examina- 
tion papers. 1877 378 L53 

McHUGH, J. v., and COOK, J. VV. 
History of the Illinois State Nor- 
mal University. 1882 370.7 M18 

MacKinder, H. J., fiwd Sadler, M. 
E. University extension. 1890. 
' 378.1 M21 

Mahaffy, .1. P. Old Greek educa- 
tion. 1882 370.9 M27 

Martineau, Harriet. Household 

education. 1877 370 M.36 

Massachusetts Ediu-atitm, Board 
of. Annual reports. 10-.39, 50-54, 
1849-74, 1885-90 379.774 M39 

Mayhew, Ira. Popular education. 

18;')0 .370 M44 

Michigan- /^i</;//c Instruction. Supf. 

of. Annual rei)ort. 1884-90.379.774 M 58 
General school law. 1889. ..379.774 M58s 

Mill, J. S.. Froude, J. A., nnd 
Carlyle, Thomas. Scottish 
u n i v ersi l v ad d resses. 1 870 .... 370 M59 



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SOCIOLOGY. 



Moore, 3/r». Hannah. Strictures 

on education. 1831 370 M81 

National Educational Associa- 
tion. Journal of proceedinjrs 
and addresses. 1886-87 379.73 N21 

New York- Publlclustrud Ion, Supt, 

of. Annual reports. 1891. .379.747 N48 

New Youk University. Annual 
reports of the regents. 1871, 
73-76, 82 378.747 N48 

Orton, James, ed. Liberal educa- 
tion of women. 1873 .376 Or8 

Painter, F. V. N. History of edu- 

tion. 1891 *. .370.9 P16 

Payne, Joseph. Lectures on the 
science and art of education. 
1884 370 P29 

Pennsylvania-Pi/6;/c Inst i-u^^t ion, 
Supt. of, Common scho 1 laws. 
1890 .379.748 P.38 1 

Porter, Noah. American colleges 

and the American public. 1878. 
.378 P83 

Public School Journal. 1889-9(). 

V. 9-16 370.5 P96 

Quick, R. H. Educational reform- 
ers. 1890 .370.9 Q4 

RiCHTER, J. P. F. Levana. 1864.. 370 R41 
Rosenkranz, J. K. F. Philosophy 

of education. 1889 370. 1 R72 

StmoOLMASTER. 1870. V. .3 370..') Scho 

Spalding, J. L. Elucation and the 

higher life. 1890 370 Spl 

Means and ends of education. 1897. 

,370.4 Sp Im 

Opportunity. 1900 370.4 Sp lo 

Things of the mind. 1894 . . .370.4 Sp It 

Thoughts and theories of life and 

education. 181-!) 370.4 Sp 1th etc 

Spencer, Herbert. Education. 

1865 370 Sp3 

Thomson, Edward. Selected es- 
says. 1893 ..370.4 T37 

Thrasher, M. B. Tuskegoe. 1901. 

371.94 T41 

United Stated— Edna u ion, Jinmiu 

of. Report of the commissioner. 

IHlO-ddte 379.73 Un3 

Watts, Isaac. Improvement of the 

mind. 1860 370 W34 

Wells, W. H. Graded course of 

instruction for public schools. 

1873 375 W46 



Wesley AN A. 1895. v. l .378.4 II 6w 

YOUMANS, E. L., ed. Culture de- 
manded by modern life. 1867. .375 Y8 



METHODS. 

Artman. William and Hall, L. 
V. Beauties and achievements 

of the blind 1869 371.9 Ar7 

Brooks, Edward. Normal meth- 
ods of teaching. 1883 371 B7H 

Calderwood, Henry. On teach- 
ing. 1875 .371 C 12 

Clarke, I. E. Education in the in- 
dustrial and fine arts in the U. S. 

1892-97 371.42 053 

Day, M. L. Incidents in the life of 

a blind girl. 1859 .371.9 DX) 

DeGarmo, Charles. Essentials of 

method. 1889 371 D.% 

Eclectic manual of methods. 1885. 

, ...371.1 Ec« 

Gallaher. J. E. Representative 
deaf persons of the U. S. 181:8. 

371.i^2Gn 

Gordon, J. C. Notes and observa- 
tions upon the education of the 

deaf. 1892 371.92 GCin 

Hewett, E. C. Pedagogy. 1884.. 371 H49 
HOLBROOK, Alfred. Normal. 1867. 

...371.3H69 

School management. 1873. . . . .-371 H698 
Howland, (iEORGE. Practical 
hints for the teachers of public 

schools. 1891 371 H84 

Jamus, E.J. Chairs of pedagogy in 

our universities. 1895 371 J23 

.Tew ELL, F. S. School government. 

I 1H70 .371.5 J54 

! Kiddle, Henry, Harrison, T. F. 
I find Calkins, N. A. How to 

teach. 1877 371.3 K54 

Lind, G. D. Met hods of teaching in 

I country schools. 1880 371 IM 

\ MoR(iAX, T. .1. Studios in pedagogy. 

I 1890 371 M82 

Newsholmk, AiiTHUK. School hy- 

I giene. 1889 371.7 N47 

NoRTHKND, CHARLES. Teacher's 

' assistant. 1870 .371.3 N81 

Page, D. P. Tlicun-yand jmicticeof 
' teaching. 1873 371 PU 



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; Parker, T. W. Notes of talks on 

i teaching. 1883 371 P22 

Peabody, E. p. Record of Mr. Al- 

cott's school. 1874 371 P31 

PiCKARD, J. L. School supervision. 

1890 371 P58 

Rousseau, J. J. Emile; or, Treatise 

on teaching. 1896 371.4 R76 

Sheldon, E. A., and Barlow, E. H. 
Te ichers' manual on instruction 

in reading 372.4 Sh4 

Sherrill, J. E. Normal question 

book. 1879 371 Sh5 

Smith, W. H. Evolution of **Dodd." 

1884 371 SmO 

SwETT, John. Methods of teaching. 

18a3 371.3 Sw4 

Trainer, John. U. S. history by 

the Brace system. 1884 371.3 T68 

United St ATES-/n<mar Depf. Sta- 
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and schools. 1899 371.95 Un3 

WiCKERSHAM, J. P. Methods of 

instruction. 1865. 371.3 W63 

School economy. 1864 371 W63 



KINDERGARTEN. 

Blow, Mrs. S. E. Letters to a 
mother on the philosophy of 

Froebel. 1899 372.2 R62 

Symbolic education. 1895 . . .372.2 B62sy 
and Eliot, H. R. Mottoes and com- 
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bePs mother play. 1895. .372.2 B62m 
Calkins, N. A. New object lessons. 

1873 372 C12 

Primary object lessons. 1861. .372 C12p 
DOUAI, Adolf. Kindergarten. 1872. 

372 D74 

FbObel, Friedrich. Pedagogics of 

the kindergarten. 1896 372. 2 F92 

Kraus-Boelte, Maria and Kraus, 
John. Kindergarten guide. 

1877. V. 1 372 K86 

Model lessons for infant school 

teachers. 3v. 1857 372 M72 

Page, A. L and others. Kindergar- 
ten and the school. 1886 372 P14 

RiQGS, Mrs. K. (D) W. and Smith, 

N.A. Froebel's gifts. 1896.. .372.2 R44 
Froebel 's occupations. 1896 . . 372. 2 R44f 



Kindergarten principles and prac- 
tice 372.2 R44k 

Rowe, S. H. Physical nature of 

the child. 1899 372 R79 

Sheldon. E. A., Jones, M. E M. 
and Krusi, H. Manual of ele- 
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Welch, A. S. Object lessons. 18()<). 

372 W44 

SELF CULTURE. 

Blackie, J. S. On self culture. 

1874 374Br)6 

Hale, E. E. How to do it. 1871 . . 374 H 13 
Hamerton, p. G. Intellectual life. 

1873.... 374 H 17 

Hosmer, William. Young man's 

book. 1854 374 H79 

Marden, O. S. Architects of fate. 

1897 374 V.33a 

Pushing to the front. 1897. . . ..374 M33p 

Success. 1897 .374 M3.3s 

Mathews, William. Getting on 

in the world. 1873 374 M42 

Smiles, Samuel. Self-help. 1860... 374 Sm 4 
Todd, John. Student's manual. 

1871 .374 T56 

COMMERCE AND COMMUNICATION. 

American Metric Bureau. Metric 

bulletin. 1876 389 MoB 

Clarke, F. W. Weights, measures 

and money of all nations. 1875 . . .389 C55 

Connecticut— Railroad Commisaion' 
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1889-91 385 C76 

Depew, C. M. Speech at the con- 
gress of railway employes. 18JI9. 
385 D44 

Eastburn, George. Metric sys- 
tem. 1892 389 Ea7 

Flint, H. M. Railroads of the U. S. 

1868 385 F64 

low A— RailroadCommissioners^ Bon rd 

of. Annual reports. 1884, 88. ..385 Io9 

New YORK— Railroad Commissioners^ 
Board of Annual reports. 1889- 
90 385 B48 

Pennsylvania — Auditor General. 

Annual report. 1874 385 P38 

United States — Congress^ Commit- 



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SOCIOLOGY, 



lee mi Trnnsiporiation RoiU^ji. Re- 
port. 1881 385 Un3t 

—Foreign Commerce Bureau, Re- 
view of the world's commerce. 
1888-99 382 Un3f 

—Interstate Commerce Commissioyi. 
Annual report. ISSl-dnte 385 Un3 

Annual report of the statistics of 

railways in the U. S. 1890-97 . 385 Un35 

—PoHt Office Dept. Postal laws and 

regulations. 1887 383 Un3 

—RaUroa.(l Commissioners. Annual 

reports. 1881-82 385 Un3r 

—Sen ttte Committee on Interstate Com- 
merce, Appendix. Statements 
as to the regulation of inter- 
state commerce. 1885. : 385 Un3i 

—State Dept, Report upon the com • 
mercial relations of the U. S. 
with foreign countries. 1860- 
f)2-()6-68-77-81-87-91-94-da^e. .382 Un3 

—Statis^tirs Bureau, Commerce of 
the U. S. with European coun- 
tries from 1790-1890 382 Un3s 

COSTUMES AND CUSTOMS. 

Bazar book of decorum. 1870. . . ..390 B34 
BouTELL, Charles. Arms and ar- 
mour. 1870 .399 B60 

Brand, John. Popular antiquities 

of Great Britain. 3 v. 1895. ...394 B73 

Dress. 1888-89. v. 2 390.5 D81 

Habits of good society. 18(57 395 H 11 

Hall, F. H. Social customs. 1897.. 395 H 14 
Hill, Georgiana. History of Eng- 
lish dress. 2v. 1893 391 HoT) 

Lacroix, Paul. Manners, customs 
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and the renaissance. 1874 390 LI 1 

Leslie, Miss. Behavior book 395 L5(> 

McAllister, Ward. Society as I 

have found it. 1890 395 M 11 

Phelps. Good behavior. 1881 . . .395 P51 
Orne, M. R. Hallowe'en. 1898. .394 OHi 
I*OWERS, S. D. Ugly girl papers. 

1875 391 P87 

QuiLTER, Harry, ed. Is marriage 

a failure? 1889 .-^92 Q4 

Sabine, Lorenzo. Duels and Duel- 
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SCHILD, Maria. Old English peas- 
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Sherwood, Mrs, John. Manners 

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Turner, Albert, ed. Attainment 
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Ward, Mrs. E. S. (P. ) What to wear. 

1873 391 W21 

Weldon. Fancy costumes .391 W4.5 

WOOLSON, A. G. Dress-reform. 

1874 .391 W88 



WOMAN. 

Afternoon of unmarried life. ia59. 

396 C84 

Alger, W. R. Friendships of 

women. 1868 396 Al 3 

Butler, J. E. Woman's work and 

woman's culture. 1869 396 B97 

Candee, H. C. How women may 

earn a living. 1900 396.5 C Ifi 

COBBE, F. P. Duties of women. 

1882 .396 C63 

Craik, Mrs. D. M. (M). Woman's 

thoughts about women 396 C84 

Dall, C. D. College, the market 

and the court. 1867 .396 D Ifi 

Dodge, G. H. and others. What 

women cm earn. 1899 ,393.5 D6() 

Dodge, M. A. New atmosphere. 

1877 396 D665n 

Woman's worth and worthless- 

ness. 1872 396 D6('>5 

Woman's wrongs. 1868 396 D665w 

Farnham, E. W. Woman and her 

era. 2v. 1865 396 F23 

Oilman, Mrs. C. P. (S). Womenand 

economics. 1898 396 G42 

Meyer, A. N., ed. Woman's work 

in America. 1891 396 M57 

Michelet, M. J. Woman. 1866. ..396 Md8 
Mill, J. S. Subjection of women. 

18<)y 396 M59 

Modern women. 1868 396 M72 

Monod, Adolphe. Woman. 1858.. 396 M75 
OssoLi, S. M. (F), Conntess. Woman 

in the nineteenth century 396 Os 7 

Peck, J. T. True woman .396 P33 

Sewall, M. W., ed. World's con- 
gress of representative women. 
l^'-y-i 396 Se8 



LANGUAGE, 



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ToxNA, C. E. Wrongs of woman. 

1843 396X01 

Wilson, Elizabeth. Scriptural 
views of woman ^s rights and du- 
ties. 1849 396 W69 



Women in the business world. IHM, 

3JI6.5 W84 

WOOLSON, A. G. Woman in Amer- 
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Language. 



CONVERSATiONBUCHfQr reisende in 
vier sprachen, Deutsch, Franzo- 
sisch.Englisch, Italienisch. 1875. 
418 C76 

EIadley, James. Essays, philologi- 
cal and critical. 1873 404 Hll 

HuTSON, C. W. Story of language. 

1897 409 H97 

Sweet, Henry. Practical study of 

languages, 1900 407 Sw3 

Whitney, W. D. Language and 

the study of language. 1868 . . 410 W61 
Life and growth of language. 1888. 

409 W61 

Oriental and linguistic studies. 

2v. 1874 404 W61 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE. 

ARNOLD, S. A., and KiTTRIDGE, G. 

L. Mother tongue. 2v. 1900. .425 AH) 
Baker, C. E. Practical grammar. 

1890 425 B17 

Bartlett, J. R. Words and phrases 

peculiar to the U. S. 1860. . . .427 B28 

("ENTURY DICTIONARY. 6v. 1889-91. 

R423C33 

(;oMPTON, A. G. Some common er- 
rors of speech. 1898. 428.3 C73 

CH ABB, George. English synonyms. 

1851 424C84 

DeGarmo, Charles. Language 
work below the high school. 2v. 
1889 428.2 D36 

DeVere, M. S. Studies in English. 

1867 420 D49 

FV)WLER, W. C. English grammar. 

1859 425 F82 

Funk. L K., ed. Standard diction- 
ary of the English language. 
1895 IU23 St2 



GOULD.E.S. Good English. 1867.428.3G72 

Hill, A. S. Our English. 1889.. 428.3 H55 

Jelley, S. M. Successful writing. 

1887 420 J39 

Klipstein, L. F. Grammar of the 

Anglo-Saxon language. 1857.429.5 K68 

LeRow, ('. B. English as she is 

t tught 428 L56 

March, F. A. Philological study of 

the English language. 1870. .420 M33 

Marsh, G. P. Lectures on the Eng- 
lish language. 1862 420 M:{5 

Origin and history of the English 
language. 1862 420 M35o 

Mathews, William. Words: their 

use and abuse. 1880 428.3 M42 

MAtzner, Prof. English grammar. 

3v. 1874 425 M43 

Meikeljohn, J. M. D. English lan- 
guage. 1890 420 M47 

Merrimam, C. p., 'ud Baker, C. E. 

Synthetic grammar. 1882 425 M55 

Metcalf, Thomas, (oidDEGARMo, 

Charles. Dictionary work. .428 M56 

Morris, Richard. English gram- 
mar. 1875 4i> M83 

Mulligan,' John. Grammatical 
structure of the English lan- 
guage. 18()0 425 M91 

ROGET, p. M. Thesaurus of English 

words and phrases R424 R63 

Shehhard, H. E. HisU)ry of the 

English language. 1874 420 Sh4 

Skeat, W. W. Etymological dic- 
tionary of the English language. 
1882 R42.3Sk2 

SouLK, Richard, and Campbell, 

L. J. Pronouncing hand-book. 

1873 421 So8 

Townsend. L. T. Art of speech. 

2v. 1884 420.7 T66 



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LANGUAGE. 



Trench, R. C. English, past and 

present. 1885 420 T72 

Study of words 422 T72 

Webster, Noah. American diction- 
ary. 1889 R42.3 W39 

International dictionary of the 
English language. 1892. . . . R423 W39i 
White, R. G. Every-day English. 

1880 428.3 W58 

Words and their uses. 1871 . .428.3 W58w 
Whitney, W. D. Essentials of Eng- 
lish grammar. 1892 425 W61 

Wilson, John. Treatise on English 

punctuation. 1868 421 W69 

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN 
ENGLISH. 

ACAD^MIE Francaise Dictionaire. 

3v. 1850 , R443 Ac 1 

Adler, G. J. German and English, 
and English and German dic- 
tionary. 1893 R433.2 Ad5 

Ahn, J. F. New method of learning 
the German language. 2v. 1868. 
438.2 Ah6 

AiNSWORTH, Robert. Dictionary 

English and Latin. 1857 R473 Ai6 

Allen, J. H. and Greenough, J. 
B. Elementary guide to writing 

in Latin. 1875 478.2 Al 5 

Latin grammar. 1877 475 Al 5 

Latin method. 1875 478.2 41 5ra 

Manual of instruction in Latin. 

1876 478.6 Al 5 

Allen, W. F. Introduction to Latin 

composition. 1880 478.2 Al 52 

Arnold, K. T. Practical introduc- 
tion to Greek prose composition. 
1856 488.2 Ar6 

Bachi, Pietro. Grammar of the 

Italian language 458 B12 

Bartholomew, G. K. Grammar of 

the Latin language. 1873 475 B28 

Latin gradual. 1873 478.2 B28 

Belcher, Henry. Short exercises 
in Latin prose composition. 1874. 
478.2 B41 

Bennett, G. L. Second Latin 

reader. 1880 478.2 B43 

Blair, Walter. .Latin pronuncia- 
tion. 1873 478 B57 



BoiSTE, P. C. V. Dictionaire uni- 

versel de la Francaise. 1834. .R443 B63 

Brambach, William. Aids to Lat- 
in orthography. 1877 47^1 B72 

Comport, G. F. Manual of German 

conversation. 1871 438.2 073 

Donneg AN, James. New Greek and 

Latin lexicon. 1835 R483 D71 

Fasquelle, Louis. New method 

of learning the French language. 
1869 448.2 F26 

First French course. 1874 448.2 F51 

FiVAS, Alain de. Classic French 

reader. 1853 448.6 F58 

Goodwin, W. W. Syntax of the 

Greek verb. 1876 485 G63 

Groves, John. Greek and English 

dictionary. 1864 R483 G91 

Hadley, James. Greek grammar. 

1872 485 Hll 

Harkness, Albert. Latin gram- 
mar. 1871 475 H22 

Latin reader. 1869 478.6 H22 

Practical introduction to Latin 

composition. 1871 478.2 H22 

Jones, Elisha. Exercises in Latin 

prose composition. 1879 478.2 J71 

Kendrick, a. C. Greek exercises. • 

1869 488.2 K34 

Leighton, R. F. Greek lessons. 

1880 488.2 L53 

Latin lessons. 1872 478.2 L63 

Noel, FRANgois. Gradus and par- 

nassus R443 N68 

Pocket dictionary of the English 

and French language R433 P75 

Powell, J. W. Study of the Indian 

language. 1880 497 qP87 

Prendergast, Thomas. Manual 

for learning Spanish. 1870. .468.2 P91 
Pylodet, L. New guide to German 

conversation 438.2 P99 

Richards, W. English and Welsh 

dictionary. 1847 491.66 R39 

Rowan, T. M. xMorceaux choisis des 

auteurs modernes. 1833 . . . .448.7 R78 
Salkeld, Joseph. First book in 

Spanish. 1859 468 Sa3 

Schrevehus, Cornelius. Greek 

lexicon. 1836 R483 Sch7 

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^"^ .53 PN 

FjTpande of heaven. 1<7.> ,=^3 P9te 

Half bour& with the Aarsw 1*J73L 

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Half hours with the telescope. 

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Myths and marvels of astrooooij 

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X)LEY, L. C. Text book of natural 
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lOVE, W. R, and Helmholtz, H. 
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)PKINS, G. M. Experimental 
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CKYER, J. N. Spectroscope and 
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'BJMEL, Eugene. Nature of light. 
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XX, W. G. Elements of mechan- 
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Introductory course of natural phi- 
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:pper, J. H. Cyclopaedic science 
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lACKENBOS, G. p. Natural philos- 
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«COE, H. E. Spectrum analysis. 
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LUMAN, Benjamin, jr. Princi- 
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teat. 1867 536 T97 

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ELECTRICITY. 

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Electricity for everybody.1880. 5.37.8 At5e 

Elements of electric lighting. 1889. 

537.83 At;5e 

Bedell, Frederick, andCREHORE, 
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1895 537 B.'^9 

Berly, J. A. Electrical directory 

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BOTl'ONE, S. R. Dynamo. 1893. .537.83 B65 

Carhart, H. S. Primary batteries. 

1899 537.86 C19 

CUSHING,H.C., jr. Standard wiring 
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Dyer. Induction coils. 1881 . . . 537. 5 D98 

Fahie, J. J. History of wireless 

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FONVIELLE, Wilf:rid de. Thunder 
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Gore, George. Art of electro-met- 
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Haskins, C. D. Transformers. 1892. 

537.84 H27 

Houston, E. J. Electricity one hunr 

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537 HHl 

ILES, George. Flame, electricity 

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Lockwood, T. D. Electrical meas- 
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1898 537.86 L81 

Electricity, magnetism and elec- 
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Meadowcroft, W. H. a, B, C of 

electrity. 1888 537 M4(i 

Noll, Augustus. How to wire 

buildings. 1899 537.83 N72 

Poole, C. P. Electric wiring. 1900. 

537.83 P76 

Pope, F. L. Electric incandescent 

lamp. 1889 537.83 PHI 

Modern practice of the electric 

telegraph. 1899 537.81 PHI 

Salomons, David. Electric lijfht 

installations. 1898 537.83 Sii3 

SCRUTTON, P. E. Electricity in town 

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How to become a successful elec- 
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MATHEMATICS. 

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Bradbury, W. F. Elementary trijc- 

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Cajori, Florian. History of ele- 
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History of mathematics. 18:)T. 510.9 CUh 

Church, A. E. Calculus. 185(5 517 C47 

C'OMTE. AUGUSTE. Philosophy of 

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Fish, D. W. Arithmetic. 1875. ..511 F52 

Gillespie, W. M. Treatise on land 

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Greenleaf, Benjamin. Elements 

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18()9 513 G84 

Groesbeck, John. Crittenden com- 
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GUMMERE, John. Surve>ing...52().9 G95 

Lecjendre, a. M. Elements of geom- 
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Merriman, C. p. Rational arith- 
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Milne, W. J. Arithmetic. 1895.. 511 M63 

MYEits, W. A. Quadrature of the 

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Olney, Edward. Complete school 

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R(K)T, Oren. New treatise on sur- 
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United states Coast and (tcmleik 

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ASTRONOMY. 



Bow EN, E A. Astronomy by obser- 
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Ball. Sir R. S. Story of the heav- 
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Burr, K. F. Ecce coelum. 1870. .520 B5)4 

Chambers, (;. F. Hand-book of 

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Story of eclipses. m)0 52.3.78 C35 

("LKKKE. A. M. History of astrono- 
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1H93 520.9 C59 



Dick, Thomas. Celestial scenery. 

1855 '. . .521 1)54 

C^omplete works. 2v. 18^57 521 I).54c 

Ennis, JAa^B. Origin of the stars. 

1874 520 EnO 

Flammarion, Camille. Wonders 

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Gross, H. H. Teachers' manual. 

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Guillemin, A. V. Heavens. 1871.. 520 G<.?4 

Sun. 1870 523 (;94 

Wonders of the moon. 1873. . .523 c;S>4w 
Herschel, J. F. W. Astronomy. 

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Lanoley, S. p. Astronomy. 1893.. 520 L20 
Lowell, Percival. Mars. 18JM). 

52.3.43 L95 

Mijchel, O. M. Planetary and stel- 
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Olmsted, Denison. Astronomy. 

ia58 520 Ol 5 

PROcrroR, R. A. Easy ^tar les-jons. 

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Expanse of heaven. 1875 523 P94e 

Half hours with the stars. 1873. 

523qP94h 

Half hours with the telescope. 

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Myths and marvels of astronomy. 

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Orbs around us. 1872 520 PV?4o 

Other worlds than ours. 1871 . .523 PtHo 
Our place among infinites. 1870..52O P94p 

Transits of Venus. 1875 523 R)4t 

Ramsey, G.M. Cosmology. 1870.. 521 R14 
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PH YSK 'S. 

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SCIENCE. 



41 



(AZiN, ACHILLE. Phenomena and 

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CHANUTE, O. Progress in flying 

machines. 1895 533.6 036 

COMSTOCK, J. L. System of natural 

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COOLEY, L. C. Text book of natural 

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Grove, W. R., and Helmholtz, H. 
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Hopkins, G. M. Experimental 

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LOCKYER, J. N. Spectroscope and 

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LoMMEL, Eugene. Nature of light. 

1876 535 L83 

Norton, S. A. Elements of natural 

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Peck, W. G. Elements of mechan- 
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Introductory course of natural phi- 
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Pepper, J. H. Cyclopaedic science 

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QUACKENBOS, G. P. Natural philos- 
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ROSCOE, H. E. Spectrum analysis. 

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SiLLiMAN, Benjamin, jr. Princi- 
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Sloane,T. O. Liquid air. 1900. .536.42 S15 

STEEL.E, J. D. Fourteen weeks in 

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Stewart, Balfour. Lessons in 

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Tyndall., John. Diamagnetismand 

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Heat. 1867 536 T97 

Light and electricity. 1873 5,35 T97 

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Sound. 1867 : ..534 T97s 

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Science of common things. 1857. 

530 W46s 

ELECTRICITY. 

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Electric transformation of power. 



Electricity for every body. 1880. 537. 8 At5e 

Elements of electric lighting. 1889. 

537.83 At5e 

Bedell, Frederick, and Crehore, 
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1895 5.37 B39 

Berly, J. A. Electrical directory 

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BOTi'ONE, S. R. Dynamo. 1893. .537.83 B()5 

Carhart, H. S. Primary batteries. 

1899 5.37.86 C19 

CUSHING, H. C.,jr. Standard wiring 
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Dyer. Induction coils. 1881 . . . 537. 5 D98 

Fahie, J. J. History of wireless 

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Fonvielle, Wilfrid de. Thunder 
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Gore, George. Art of electro-met- 
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Haskins, C. D. Transformers. 1892. 

537.84 H27 

Houston, E. J. Electricity one hunr 

dred vears ago and today. 18i>4. 
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ILES, George. Blame, electricity 

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LOCKWOOD, T. D. Electrical meas- 
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Electricity, magnetism and elec- 
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Meadowcroft, W. H. A, B, (' of 

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Noll, Augustus. How to wire 

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Pope, F. L. Electric incandescent 

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Modern practice of the electric 

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Salomons, David. Electric lijjrht 

installations. 1898 537.H3 Sa3 

Scrutton, p. E. Electricity in town 

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' Sloane, T. O. Electric toy making'- 

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Thompson, E. P. and Anthony, 

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Elementary lessons in electricity 

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Perkins, Maurice. Qualitative 

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Steele, J. D. Fourteen weeks' 

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Turner, Edward, aiid Gregory, 

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Ponton, Mungo. Earthquakes and 

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RiTTER, Carl. Geographical stu- 
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Russell, I. C. Rivers of North 

America. 1898 551.48 R91 

Shaler, N. S. Outlines of the . 
earth s history. 1898 551.4 Sh 1 

SONREL, L. Bottom of the sea. 

1870 551.46 So5 

Tarr, R. S. Elementary physical 

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Tissandier, Gaston. Wonders of 

the water. 1872 551.4 T52 

Warren, D. M. Physical geo- 
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Young, John. Physical geography. 

1873 551.4 Y8 

ANTHROPOLOGY AND ARCH^OL- 

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Beale. L. S. How to work with 

the microscope. 1868 578 B3() 

Cabell, J. L. Testimony of modern 

science to the unity of mankind. , 

1859 !..: 572 Cll 

Campbell, G. D. Primeval man. 

1869 571 C15 

Cx)NN, H. W. • Story of the living 

machine. 1899 577 C76 

Cook, Joseph. Biology. 1877 570 C77 

Davie, Oliver. Taxidermy. 1894. 

579.4 D2H 

FiGUiER. rx)Uis. Primitive man. 

1871 571 F4() 

Foster, J. W. Prehistoric races of 

the U. S. 1873. .- 571 FSl 



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GosSE, P. H. Evenings at the micro- 
scope. 1872 578 009 

Huxley, T. H. Man's place in na- 
ture. 1872 573 H98 

Jeffries, J. P. Natural history of 

the human race. 1869 572 J38 

.]OLY, N. Man before metals. 1883. 

571 J68 

Lee, Griff-in. Pre-Adamite man. 

1863 571 J68 

Lubb(x:k, John. Pre-historic times. 

1872 573 L96p 

Lyell, Charles. Geological evi- 
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MacLean, J. P. Mound-builders. 

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Peet, S. D. Cliff dwellers and Pueb- 
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Mound-builders. 1892 571.91 P34 

QUATREFAGES, DE BREAU, J. L. A. 

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Ratzel, Friedrich. History of man- 
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Rowley, John. Art of taxid'^rmy. 

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Smithsonian Institution Ethml- 
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SPENCER, Herbert. Principles of 

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United STATES-(7er;/o(//tv// nnd geo- 
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Winchell, Alexander. Pre-Ad- 

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EVOLUTION. 

Cazelles, M. E. Outline of the evo- 
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Clodd, Edward. Pioneers of evo- 
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1M>7 575 C62 

Primer of evolution. 1895 575 C62p 

Dauwix, CHARLEa. Descent of man. 

2v. 1871 575 D2;')d 

Ori}^in of species. 1871 . .575 D2r>o 



Variations of animals and plants 
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Drummond, Henry. Ascent of 

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Galton, Francis. Natural inheri- 
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Jordan, D. S. Foot-notes to evolu- 
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McKiM, W. D. Heredity and human 

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Macpherson, Hector. Spencer 

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MiVART, St. George. Genesis of 

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Morris, Charles. Man and his 

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Romanes, G. J. Darwin and after 

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Schmidt, Oscar. Doctrine of de- 
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Spencer, Herbert. Factors of or- 
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Wallace, A. R Theory of natural 

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Winchell, Alexandeir, Doctrine 

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BOTANY. 

Bessey. C. E. Botany. 1880 580 B46 

Britton, N. L,.j itnd Brown, Addi- 
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Cooke, M. C. Fungi. 1875 589.2 CI' 

COULTAS, Harland. Botany. 1853. 

.* 586 C83 

COULTER, J. M. Plant studies. 1900. 

r)81C83 

Darlington, William. American 

weeds and useful plants. I860.. 580 D24 

Darwin, Charles. Insectivorous 

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Movements and habits of climbing 

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Dennert, E. Plant life and struc- 
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DoUBLEDAY, 3fr8. N. B. D. Nature's 

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(JRAY, Asa. Lessons in botan . 

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7 581.97 G79 

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580 H52 

:rry, Alice. Guide to the 

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FuLGENCE. Wonders of 

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S, F. S. Familiar flowers 

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;, Mrs. F. T. (D). How to 

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) know the wild flowers. 
580 P25 

S. Orchids. 1876. .. .584.15 R15 
John. Proserpina: studies 
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J. A. Botiny. 1872. . . .580 Se8 
CX)D, L. M. Our native 

1882 ;'>87.3Un2 

[S, B. S. Orchid grower's 

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LLPHONSO. Class-book of 

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ZOOLOGY. 

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Louis. Methods of study 

sural history 590 Ag 1 

re of animal life. 1866..590.4 Ag 1 
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590 Ag Ip 

5. H. Wild beasts and their 

1890 599 B 17 

G. L. L. Natural history 

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WE, p. A. Natural history. 

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Mrs, A. B. Life and her 

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William and Lyddeker, 

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R. L. Apes and monkeys. 
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Goldsmith, Oliver. History of 
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GOSSE, P. H. Life in its lower, in- 
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1857 590 G69 

Gould. A. A., ed. Naturalist's li- 
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Hamerton, p. G. Animals. 1874. 

590.4 H 17 

Heilprin, Angelo. Distribution 

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Huxley, T. H. Introduction to zo- 
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Illinois — Anti- Vivisection Society. 

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Jordan, D. S. and Kellogg, V. L. 

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KiNGSLEY, Charles. Glaucus; or, 

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Leffingwell, Albert. Does sci- 
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Lemmonier, C. Natural history. 

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Lindsay, W. L. Mind in the lower 

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Lubbock, John. Intelligence of 

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Marey, E. J. Animal mechanism. 

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Orton, James. Comparative zool- 
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Packard, A. S. Zoology. 1879. .590 P12 

Pettigrew, J. B. Animal.locomo- 

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PORTER, J. H. Wild beasts. 1894. .599 P8:i 

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Weik, James, jr. Dawn of reason. 

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White, (Gilbert. Natural history 

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Wood, J. E. Homes without hands. 

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Woodward, S. P. Manual of the 

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INSECTS AND BUTTERFLIES. 

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Holland, W. J. Butterfly book. 

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Jaeger, B. North American in- 
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Lubbock, John. Ants, bees and 

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Origin and metamorphoses of in- 
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Packard, A. S. Guide to the study 

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Say, Thomas. Insects of North 

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United St ATBS-Entmnoloyical emu- 

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BIRDS. 

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Birds that hunt and are hunted. 

1898 598.2qD75b 

Grant, J. B. Our common birds 

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Illinois— A^afuro/ history survey. Or- 
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Merriam, F. a. Birds through an 

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Miller, O. T. Bird lover in the 

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Parkhurst, H. K Birds' calendar. 

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RusKiN, John. Love's meinie; 

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Samuels, E. A. Ornithology and 

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Appleton's cyclopaedia of applied 

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Dictionary of machines, mechan- 
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Bakevvell, F. C. Great facts. 1860. 

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Great Britain- i?<;^a/ Ccmnnuimm 
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How to make and how to mend. 

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Illinois- H^orW'« fair commisMon^ 

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rIcCABE, J. D. Centennial exhibi- 
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*ARi.s Universal Exposition. 
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MiTH, James, ed. Dictionary of 
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Inited States— Centennial Connmis- 
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—Congre^sg, RepresenUitlves^ Hmiseof. 
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—Education,, Bureau of. Education- 
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t'ARNER, Oliver. Industry in Mas- 
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MEDICINE. 

L.COTT, W. A. Forty years in the 
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ERNHEIM, H. Suggestive thera- 
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BiGELOW, Jacob. Nature in dis- 
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Buckley. J. M. Christian science, 
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Carpenter, G. W. Essays on ma- 
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Chicago medical journal and exam- 
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Christian science movement. 1898. 

615.851 C46 

Dean, R C. Report on yellow fever. 

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Diseases of rabbits. 1889 619.9 D63 

Dock, L. L., camp. Text-book of 

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DUNGLISON, R J. Dictionary of 

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Eddy, Mrs. M. (B.) G. Miscellaneous 

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Pulpit and press. 1898 615.^51 Ed2p 

Retrospection and introspection. 

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Science and health. 1888. .615.851 Ed2s 

Unity of good. 1898 615.851 Ed2u 

Evans, W. F. Soul and body. 1876. 

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Fellows, J. I. Zymosis and patho- 
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Hayes, Justin. Electro-thermal 

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HiLLiER, Alfred. Tuberculosis. 

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Holmes, O. W. Currents and coun- 
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Illinois -P/jarm«<7/, State Board of. 

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Illinois State Medical Society. 

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Jackson, J. C. Consumption. 1879.616 J 13 

Mitchell. S. W., and Stewart, 
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Mohr, Francis, and Redwood, 
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Napheys, G. H. Physical life of 

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Nelson, H. C. Sanitary and medi- 
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Ohio State Medical Society. 

Transactions. 18.57-87 610.6 Oh3 

Page, C. E. Natural cure for con- 
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Pereira, Jonathan. Materia raed- 

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Pulte, J. H. Homoeopathic domes- 
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Shakespeare, E. O. Cholera in 

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Shew, Joel. Handbook of hydro- 
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Stewart, James. Diseases of chil- 
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Storer, H. R. Why not?: a book 

for every woman. 1867 .... I 618.2 St7 

Taylor, G. H. Pelvic and hernial 

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Swedish movement cure. 1860. .615 T21s 

United Htatkh— A gricuUure, Vept. 
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— Navy Dept. Hygienic and medi- 

cal reports. 1879 616 Un3 

-Treuifury JJept. Cholera epidemic 
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— War Dept. Medical and surgical 

history of the war of the Re- 
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Wide, Anders. Hand-book of med- 
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WiLKiNS, Daniel. Narcotics. 1887. 

613.8 W65 

WINHIULER. C. F. Christian sci- 
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PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE. 

ALCOTT, W. A. Tea and coffee.. 613.3 All 
Baldwin, W. E. Physiology and 

hygiene. 1899 612 B19 

Baths and bathing. 1879 613 H34 

Bazar book of health. 1873 613 B34 

Bellows, A. J. How not to be 

sick. 1868 613 B41 

Philosophy of eating. 1870. . . .()13.2 B41 
Blaikie, William. How to get 

strong and how to stay so. 1879. 

". 613.7 R57 



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Sound bodies for our boys and girls. 

1884 .6i3 7 B.".T 

Brackett, A. C. Technique of is 

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Call, A. P. Power through re- 
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Coles, L. B. Philosophy of health. 

ia54 613 C^ 

Cook, Marc Wilderness cure. 

1881 613 (^ 

Cowan, John. Science of a new 

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Cutter, Calvin. New analytic 

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Dalton, J. C. Physiology. 1875.. 612 011 

Davis, A. J. Harbinger of health. 

1874 613 D29 

Draper, J. W. Human physiology. 

1878 612 DT9 

DUNGLISON, R J. New school phy- 
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Exercise and training. 1879 613 H34e 

PLETCHfcR, Horace. Glutton or epi- 
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Foster, Michael. Physiology. 

1895 612F81P 

French, E. C. Food for the sick. 

1900 61.3.23F88 

Good health, v. 17. 1882 613.05 Ga9 

Good health library. 1877 613 G59 

Greene, R. H. Healthy exercise. 

19CK) 613 G83 

Hak;, Alexander. Diet and food. 

1900 613.2 H12 

Hall, W. W. Fun better than 

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Health by good living. 1870. ..613 H14h 
Sleep. 1871 .• I 613 H145 

Hammond, W. A. Physiological 

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Hartley, W. N. iVir and its rela- 
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HiG(UNSON, T. W. Out-door papers. 

1863 613H53 

Hitchcxk:k, Edward. Elementary 

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HOLBROOK, M. L. Hygiene of the 

brain and nerves. 1879 613 H69 

Hooker, Worthington. New phy- 
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Hoskins, T. H. What we eat. 1861. 

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Hutchison, J. C. Physiology. 1871. 

612 H97 

Jexness, Mabel. Comprehensive 

physical culture. 1891 613.7 J43 

Keith, G. S. Plea for a simpler life. 

1898 .613.2 K25 

LePileur, a. Wonders of the hu- 

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Lewes, G. H. Physiology of com- 
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Lewis, Dio. Pive-minute chats with 

young women. 1874 613 L58 

New gymnastics. 1862 613.7 L58 

Our digestion. 1873 613 L58o 

Talks about people's stomachs. 

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LiEBiG, Justus. Animal chemistry. 

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McSherry, R. Health and how to 

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Martin, H.N. Human body. 1890.. 612 M36 

Miles, E. H. Muscle, brain and 

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Newsholme, Arthur. Elements of 

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Oswald, P. L. Physical education. 

1882 613 Os9 

Palmer, C. F. Inebriety. 1898. .613.81 P18 

Pereira, Jonathan. Food and 

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Premature death. 1879 613 H34p 

Pyle, W. L. Personal hygiene. 

1900 613 P99 

Ravenstein, E, G., and Hulley, 
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Rebmann, Drs., and Seiler. Hu- 
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Salisbury, J. H. Microscopic ex- 
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Smith, Edward. Foods. 1874. .613.2 Sm5 
Health. 1875 613 Sm5 

SMITH, W. T. Human body and its 

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Steele, J. D. Fourteen weeks in 

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Studley, M. J. What our girls 

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Terhune, Mrs, M. V. Eve's daugh- 
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Tyndall, John. Floating matter 

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Williams, H. W. Our eyes and 

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Wilson, Erasmus. System of hu- 
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YOUMANS, E. L. Hand-book of 

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ENGINEERING AND MACHINERY. 

Adams, W. H. D. Lighthouses and 

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Biggs, C. H. W. Electrical engi- 

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Bliss, T. H., comp. Modem guns 

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Browne, J. R Reports upon the 
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1867-68 622 B81 

CHICAQO— Sanitary District, Presi- 
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Coleman, T. E. Sanitary house 

drainage. 1896 628.6 (.^7 

Forney, M. N. Catechism of the 

locomotive. 1895 621. 13 F76 

Gardenier, Norman. Ready help 

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Gillmore, Q. a. Construction of 

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1894 625.7 G41 

GooDEVE, T. M. Text-book of the 

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Haeder, Herman. Hand-book on 

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House and its surroundings. 1879. .628 H34 

Hiscox, G. D. Gas, gasoline and oil 

vapor engines. 1897 621.4 H62 

Illinois — Labor Statistics, Bureau. 

Coal in lUinois. 1893-98 622 116 

Jamieson, Andrew. Steam and the 

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King, W. H. Lessons and practical 
notes on steam and the steam en- 
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Leeds, L.W. Ventilation. 1868..628.8 L51 

Nicholson File Company. Treat- 
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Raymond, R, W. Mineral resources 
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Statislicri of mines and mininj^ in 



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Roberts, E. W. Gas-engine hand- 
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Rose, Joshua. Key to engines and 

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RoTTAN, Henry. Ventilation and 

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Selfridiie, T O Explorations and 
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Isthmus of Darien. 1874. . . M2fi.9 fSe4 

ShaLbr, N. S. American highways. 

1890 035.7 Shi 

Shufeldt, R. W. Explorations and 
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1H72 ti20.f) fShl) 

SINCLAIR, Angus, Locomotive en- 
gines. I8tl3 021.13SiO 

Strelinueh, C a. Book of tools. 

1895 021.!>St8 

STr ART, Bernard. Howt^ihwome 

a .■.ui-fi's^fiil engineer. 18NIt. ...021 S19 

SUTHO, TlIKODORE. Sutro Tunnel 
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1887 ti22SuH 

THURSTON, R. H. (Jniwth of the 

steamongine IHNO (!21.IT42 

Stationary stvam-cngine 021.10 T42 

Trowbiudoe, W p. Heat an a 

sourcQot power. 1H74 021.1 T7o 

United State.s -(iv«t'«iii-<il Snrreii. 
neulogical survey and mineral 
resoui-ces of the II. S. 18H2-r[<(f<. 

022.i;illn;! 

-Miw InsjitrUir fur liiiliiin Tcrri- 
loiy. Annual reports. 1N!)4- 

IHl-iHi ii*2 In2 

Report for the territory of New 

Me.'fieo. 18».V!iit 022 N40 

—(Mliiiiiirr.. Chief iff. Aimiiul re- 
port. 1HH4.S7 (i2;j.4 Un:ti( 



Instructions for making quarterly 
returns of ordnance and ord- 
nance returns. 1803 S23.4 Un3oi 

titntistks liurwu. Slreel8 and 
highways in foreign countries. 

B25.7Un3s 

Waring, G. K jr. How to drain a 

house. 1885 628 W21 

Sanitary drainage of houses and 

towns. 1876 028 >V2fe 

Watson, E. P. Small engines and 

boilers. 1899 021.1 WSJ 

Wellington, A. M. Economic 
theory of the location of rail way ti. 

1898 025.1 Will 

Wells, Walter, Water-powar of 

Maine. 1860 627 W46 



AGRICULTURE. 

ANDREvrs, G. H. Modern husband- 
ry. Itm O.tO Ani 

Bailey, L. H. Principles of agri- 
culture. 1898 630.7 Bl-i 

Barry, P. Fruit garden. 1855, .ai4 827 

Browne, D. J. Field book of man- 
ures. I81W 031 B«l 

Bru.vcken. Ernest. NorthAmeri- 

cun forestsand forestry. Ili00..034.9 B83 

Downing, Charles. Selected 

fruits. 1871 fi34 D'.l 

f^i.LiOTT. C.G. Practicalfarmdrain' 

aue. 1H84 («1 Kl.''. 

FAiRt:Hii.i>, G. T. Rural wealth and 

welfare. 1900 <aO FIO 

FRS.SKNDEN, T. G. Complete farmer 

and rural economics. 1835 «30 F42 

FLAuii, W. .T. lland-hook of the 

sulphur cure. 1870 B3* POl 

Flint, C. I.. Practical treatise on 

grasses and loniiji-pl.LiiH. ia">8..03.-( F04 

FUENi'H, H. F. Farm drainage. 1800. 

631 F88 

Fuller. A. S. Grape culturlet. 1864. 

K»FX, 

Gayk. Seli.va. Great world's farm. 

IN9!) 6.T0G25 

GaYLORO. Wu.l.lS "llil TUCKEH, 

Luther. .\m<'n<-jin liiisi>andr,v. 

2v. lHVi 630 G2K> 

Greelky, Hohack What I know 

of farming. INTI 630 081 



USEFUL ARTS. 



M 



Gregg, Thomas. Hand-book of fruit 

culture. 1857 634G8(> 

Harris, T. W. Some of the insects • 

injurious to vegetation. 18«2. .632 H24 
HEERM.ANCE, J. A. Farmer's mine. 

1^3 631 H36 

Hexd^HSON, Peter. Gardening for 

Prxifii. 1867 635 H38 

HoOPl5-^^ 15 J Practical farmer, 

gr^^r^ener and house- wife. 1842. .630 H76 
HuN>a-, c. E. and Bailey, L. H. 
^ ^Oaateur 's practical garden 
t>c>ok, 1900 635 H89 

IhU^tr^m-Agriculturey DepL of, , Re- 

P^orts. 1853-dafc v. l-(I^(te.630 8773 116 
lLU>^Ois Agriculturist. 1897-98. .630.5 116 
lLU>^ois Farmers* Institute. An- 
nual report. 1896-98 630.6 116 

iLLiKoiS-iSYate Acfricultural Society. 

Journal, v. 1 1862 630.5 116 

Illinois U^iVERSiTY-Agricidtural 
Experiment Station. Bulletins. 

UhUe. lS8S-€Utte 630 116 

Johnston, J. F. W. Applications 
of chemistry and geology to agri- 
culture 631 ja5 

^iBBio, Justus. Chemistry in its 
application to agriculture and 

physiology. 1842 631 L62 

Mitchell, D. G. My farm at Edge- 
wood. 1863 630 M69 

Mitchell, Edward. Five thousand 

a year. 1870 635 M69 

^•iNCHOT, GiPFORD. Primer of for- 
estry. 1899 634.9 P65 

'^B, E. P. Home acre. 1889. . . .630 R62 
Success with small fruits. 1881. .634 R62 
^-^ROENT, F. L. Corn plants. 1899. .^33 Sa7 
Smythe, W. E. Conquest of arid 

America. 1900 6.31 Sm9 

"^^i^HENS, Henry. Book of the 

farm. 1852 630 St4 

^nd NORTON. J. P. Farmers' guide 
to scientific and practical agri- 

culture. 2v. 1858 630 St4f 

^Omas, J. J. Farm implements. 

1854 6.30T36 

^^t>D, S. R Country homes and how 

to save money. 1870 6.30 T56 

^^ITED STATES-^gricw/turc, Dept. 
of. Album of agricultural statis- 
tics of the U. S. 1889 630.8 fUn3a 



Reports of the Bureau of Animal 

Industry. 1889-94-97 6.30.6 Un3s 

Reports of the Secretary of Agri- 
culture. 1863-date 030.6 Un3 

Year book. 1894-98 6.30.6 Un3y 

—Commissioners on Irrigation. Re- 
port of the board on irrigation 
of the San Joaquin, Tulare and 
Sacramento valleys. 1874. .631 Un3i 
Wisconsin Farmers' Institute. 
Hand-book of agriculture. 189.3- 
98 630.6 W75 

DOMESTIC ANIMALS. 

Beale, Stephen. Profitable poul- 
try keeping. 1895 636.5 B36 

Bennett, J. C. Poultry book. 1856. 

6.36.5 B43 

"Dinks.'* p«ctMJ. Sportsman's vade 
mecum: breeding, rearing of 
dogs. 1856 636.7 DOl 

Hartley, R. M. Historical, scien- 
tific and practical essay on milk. 
1842 637 H25 

Herbert, H. W. Hints to hoi^e- 

keei^ers, 1859 636.1 H41 

Jennings, Robert. Sheep, swine 

and poultry. 1864 636 J44 

Lyell, J. C. Pigeon-keeping for 

amateurs 636.6 L98 

Practical poultry book. .1899. .()36.5 P88 

QUINBY, M. Mysteries of bee-keep- 
ing explained. 1860 638 Q4 

Randall, H. S. Practical shepherd. 

1863 636.3 R15 

Root, L. C. Quinby's new bee-keep- 
ing. 1885 638Ii<>7 

Society for the Diffusion of 
Useful Knowledge. Cattle, 
their breeds, management and 
diseases 6.3(>.2 C2<) 

United States— yln /ma/ JnduMry 
Bureau. Report on diseases of 
the horse. 1890 6:{6.1 Sa3 

Walsh, J. H. Horse in the stable 

and the field 6.36. 1 Wl() 

WiNSLOW, H. M. Concerning cuts. 

1900 636.8 W73 

FISH AND FISUINC. 

iLLiNOlS-i'V.s/i Commission. Uepor-ts. 

1894-96.98 639 116 






USEFUL ARTS. 



HOPKINSON, Mrg, C. A. Hints for 

the nursery. 18()3 649 HT7 

Johnson, W. M. Inside of one hun- 
dred homes. 1898 CAb.m 

Larned, L. H. Hostess of today. 

1899 !(U1U2 

Louisville cook-book 641 L93 

Oppenheim, Nathan. Care of the 

chUd in health. 1900 ()49 OpT) 

Pennell, E, R. Feasts of Autolyeus. 

1900 '....641P38 

Rorer, MrH. S. T. Good cooking. 

1898 641R()9 

Philadelphia cook-book. 1886. .641 R69p 

Seaman, H. J. Expert cleaner. 

1899 (WOSel 

Six hundred dollars a vear. 1867 : . 64<) Si9 

Stowe, Mrs, H. B. House and home 

papers. 18()5 040 St7 

Terhune, Mrs, M. V. Breakfast, 

luncheon and tea. 1875 (HI T2T 

Common-sense in the household. 

1875 ()41T2Te 

Webster, T., and Parkes, 3fr.s. 
^^ncycloptvdia of domestic econ- 
omy. 1855 (540 W39 



McCarthy, Eugene. Familiar tish. 

1900 639 M12 

Sabine, Lorenzo. Report on the 
principal fisheries of the Ameri- 
can seas (539 Sal 

United States— Fw<^ Comm'n'inon, 
Bulletins, v. 1-6, 9, 17. 1881-86. 

63'^Un:ib 

Reports. 1872-85 639 Un3 

DOMESTIC EC^ONOMY. 

Alcott, W. a. Young housekeeper. 

1846 640 All 

Atkinson, Edward. Science of nu- 
trition 641 At5 

Beecher, C. E. Housekeeper and 

health-keeper. 1873 640 B39 

and Stowe, H. B. American wo- 
man's home. 1869 640 B39a 

Beecher, Mrs. H. W. Motherly 
talks with young housekeepers. 
1873 640 a392 

Beeton, Mrs, S. O. Every-day 

cookery and housekeeping 641 B39 

Bloominoton library cook book. 

1877 (541 B()2, 

Blot, Pierrk. Hand-book of prac- ' Wharton, Mrs. Edith, and C^D- 

tieal cookery. 1868 641 B022 i ^^^N, OGDEN. Decoration of 

Brill at-Savarin, Anthelme. | houses. 18J)4 (545 W.V) 

Hand-book of dining. 18(>5. . ..(543 B76 What shall we eat? 1868 641 W5.5 

Campbell, Helen. Easiest way in I Williams, W. M. Chemistry of 

housekoeping and cooking. 1893. ' cookery. 1894 (541 W(>" 

640 CL')! 

Household economics. 1H97 . . . .640 C15h (X)MMUNrCATION AND COMMERCE. 

DeT^up, Maximilian. American ' Allsop, F. C. Telephones. 1897. 

salad book. 19(K) ()41 D37 ' ()54.() Al'> 

Diaz, Mrs. A. M. Domestic prob- i American Bankers' Associa- 

lem. 1875 ()40 D54 tion. Re]X)rts of convention at 

Schoolmaster's trunk. 1875. . . .640 D54s ' Sarato^ra. 1892-93 650.7 Am3 

Doc^WRA, M. E. Non-alcoholic cook- I Bakp:r, C. E. Practical steno- 

ery book (>41 D(m i trru])hy. 1889 653 BH 

Farmer, F. M. Boston cookinj-r- | Besant, N/r Walter. Pen and the 

school cook-book. 1S9() 641 F22 ' hook. 1899 655 B4(> 

Chafin«? dish possibilities. 1899.. 641 r22c ' BOUE. Henry. Story of the inven- 
Hale, Mrs. S. J. Keopin^r house | tion of steel pons. 18f)0 ()52 B(>4 

and housekeeI)in)^^ 1855 (;40 H13 ' Brkjgs, C. F. and Maverick, Aug- 

Harrison, Evelp:en. Home uurs- i rsTus. Story of the telegraph 

injf. 1900 649 H24 and hist-ory of the «rreat Atlantic 

Herrick, C. T. First aid to the i cable. 1S5S 654 VTS 

young hnusekeep'^r. 1900 (>40 H43 Hkyant, H. B., Sthatton, H. D. 

HoLHROOK, M. L. Eatin^^ for ' itmi I'ackaki), S. S. .Common 

strength. 1850 ()41 H()9 ; sch(M)l IxKikkeopiny:. 1871 657 B^ 



USEFUL ARTS. 



53 



RITTENDEN, S. W. Inductive and 
practical treatise on bookkeep- 
ing. 1854 657 C86 

ROSS, J. G. Elclectic short-hand. 

1882 653 CSS 

)EPEW. C. M. 1795 1895. One hun- 
dred years of American com- 
merce. 2v. 1895 650 D44 

)eVinne, T. L. Practice of typog- 
raphy. 1900 655 D49 

Jalvanized iron wire as employed 

in the telephone. ISSl 654 G13 

Graham, A. J. Hand-book of Amer- 
ican phonography. 1858 653 G76 

3IL.L., T. E. Manual of social and 

business forms. 1880 R658 H55 

EOWE, G. L. and POWERS, O. M. 
Secrets of success in business. 
1883 R658 Um 

-ONGLEY, Elias. American man- 
ual of phonography. 1857 653 L86 

X)WELL, D. W. Bookkeeping by 

double entry. 1852 657 L95 

lARDER, LUSE and Co, Specimens 
of printing types, border and 
brass rules 655 M33 

*ITMAN, Benn. Manual of phono- 
graphy. 1857 653 P68 

Reporter's companion. 1861 . . .653 P68r 

^UTNAM, G. H. Books and their 
makers in the middle ages. 2v. 
1898 655 P98 

iiocKWELL, J. E. Short-hand in- 
struction and practice. 1893. .653 R59 

^PP, C. Jr. Calculator and account 

book. 1884 658 R68 

Commercial calculator. 1888. .658 R6Sc 

CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY. 

BowDiTCH, W. R. Analysis, tech- 
nical valuation of coal gas. 1867. 
6(55 B67 

LlEBER, O. M. Assayer's guide. 

1856 ! 669 L62 

McMuRTRiE, William. Culture of 

the sugar beet. 1880 664.1 M22 



MORTIMER, G. W. Pyrotechnists' 

companion. 1852. .*. 662 M84 

National Academy of Sciences. 
Investigation of the scientific 
and economic relations of the 
sorghum sugar industry. 1882. 
664.1 N21 

Parker, E. W. Salt in 1893. . . .664.4 P22 

Pepper, J . H. Play-book of metals. 

669 P39 

Sauza Y, A. Wonders of glass-mak- 
ing in all ages. 1870 666 SaS 

Thorp, F. H. Outlines of industrial 

chemistry. 1898 660 T39 

United States— ^oard for testiny 
iron steel and other metals^ Re- 
port. 2v. 1881 669 Un3 

Weeks, J. D. Petroleum in 1893.665.5 W41 



BUILDING. 

Baird, H. C. Painter, gilder and 

varnisher's companion. 1891. .698 B16 

Chambers, A. B., ed. Lee's Ameri- 
can automobile annual. 1901. . .684 C35 

Day, W. C. Production of stone in 

1893 691.2 D33 

DeGraff, Simon. Modem geo- 
metrical stair-builder's guide. 
694qD36 

GOSS, W. F. M. Bench work in 

wood. 1899 694 G69 

Hodgson, F. T. Steel squares and 

their uses. 2v. 1893 694 H66 

MiLWAiN, John and Young. Geo- 
metrical angular stair builder. 
1856 694 M64 

Nicholson, Peter. Mechanic's 

companion. ia53 690 N52 

Russell, W. C. (The) ship: her 

story. 1899 699 R91 

Shaw, Edward. Modeni architect. 

1855 694 qSh2 

Wood-working tools; how to use 

them. 1884 ,690.7 W85 



54 



FINE ARTS. 



Fine Arts. 



Aldine. 1873 705 Al 2 

Allston, Washington. Lectures 

on art and poems. 1850 704 Al 5 

Art journal. 1872-81 705 Ar 7 

Art treasures of Germany. 2v 708 Ar7 

Art Union of Central Illinois. 

Proceedings. 18&3.89 70(5 Ar7 

Bf abelon, Ernest. Manual of ori- 
ental antiquities. 1889 709 Bll 

Bascom, John. .Esthetics. 1872. .701 B29 

Bell, N. R. E. Elementary history 

of art. 1882 709 B41 

Brande, W. T. Dictionary of sci- 
ence, literature and art. 185(). 
R703 B73 

Bryan, Michael. Dicftionary of 
painters and engrravers. 2v. 
1886 R793B84 

Burke, Edmund. (The) sublime 

and beautiful. 185(5 701 B91 

Calvert, G. H. Essays aesthetical. 

1875 701 C13 

Cheney, E. D. Gleanintrs in the 

field of art. 1881 704 C'42 

Chicacjo— ylr/ Institute. CataJofrue 
of objects in the museum. 189r>-(5. 
7()(>('43 



Renaissance and modern art. 1894. 

709G(J3r 

Roman and mediaeval art. . . . .709.37 Gt>3 

Guide through the galleries of the 

Louvre. 1869 708.4 Gl)4 

Hamerton, p. G., ed. Portfolio. 

1879 7a5 HIT 

Thoughts about art. 1871 704 H 17 

Hunt. W. M. Talks on art. 2v. 

1883 707 HOI 

Jameson, Mm. A. B. (M). Studies, 

stories and memoirs. 186(5 704 .123 

Jarves, J. J. Art hints. 1855. ...704 J2!) 

Art idea. 1864 701 J2i) 

Art thoughts. 1882 .704 J29a 

Lessing, G. E. Laociton: essay upon 

the limits of painting and poetry. 

1874 701L-'VJ 

Long, S. P. Art: its laws and the 

reasons for them. 1871 704 L8o 

LCbke, Wilhelm. History of art. 

2v. 1868 709 L96 

Outlines of the history of art. 2v. 

1879 R709L9t)O 

.Magazine of art. 1891-d^ifc. v. 14- 

dnte 705 M27 

MCller, C. O. Ancient art and its 

remains. 1852 709 M«^ 



Child, Theodore. Desire of l)etiuty. 

1892 701 ( '4;j NiERiKER, M. A. Studying art 

Clement, C. E. Hand^lmok of 
mythological and legendary art. 

l^"*! U703C5H 

Painters, sculi)tors, urcliitei'ts, en- 
gravers and their works. 1874. 



•^4 



abroad. 1879 707 I^'>^ 

Partridge. W. O. Art for Amer- 
ica. 1895 704 ^'^' 

Poole, U. S. (tnd others. Lectures 

on art. 1882 704 F''* ^ 

1170 » CoSj) Uebek, Franz von. History of an- 
EN('YCL()P>EDIa of the line arts. , cient art. 1882... 709 

^^^ ^^"<»-5 J'^^nl I Pa-sKix, John. Mornings in Flor- 
id airholt, F. W., (d. Dictionary ence. studies of Christian art. .704 

of terms in art K7():{ FKi ' Myste!«y of life and its arts. 1869. .701 

Farrar, ( '. S. History of seuli)ture, Political economy of art. 1858. .704 BSf^V 

imintinjr and architecture. l.S';)(). i St. Mark's rest 704 B^^^ 

707 F24 True and the beautiful in nature. 

Freeman. J. E. Catherintrs from , W\\> 704 R8^^ 

an artist's portfolio in Rome. Samson, (;. \V. Elements of art 

188:J 704 F87 eriiieism. 1SC,<> 707 Sjp-'^ 

Coodyear, W. it. History of art. Saxtayana, (;ki>K(;k. Sense of ^ 

1889 709C(>:J ])ejuitv. IH.jH 701 Sa.-^ 



9 



FINE ARTS. 



55 



L.TER. Art education. 

707 Sm6 

Shearjashub. B i o- 
il history of the tine 

-\ 18()7.r R709Si)6 

J. A. Renaissance in 

le arts. 1898 709.45 Sy6 

i. Ideal in art. 18()9..701 T1.3 

mart. 1884 701 T 13 1 

\ B. History of Greek 

H) 709.38 T 17 

. N. Count What is art? 

701 T58 

W. T. Art and how to 

707 V73 

H. B. Art and scenery 

>e. 1857 704 Wl« 

\NN, JOHX. Ancient art. 

:2 709 W72 

rt among Greeks. 1850. 
709.38 W72 

)S(:ape gardp:ning. 

H., Miller, Wilhelm, 
rs. Cyclopedia of Amer- 
ticulture. 3 v. 1900. . .710 B 15 
\. .J. Rural essays. 1853. 

710 D75 

id practice of landscape 

ng. 1859 710D75t 

. R. Hand-book of prac- 
idscape {irardening. 1877. 
710 El 5 

0, Laura. Rural wreath. 

71t).2G85 

S. J. Flora's interi)re- 

fortuna flora. 1853 . . 710.2 H13 

1, Peter. Gardening 
sure. 1888 716 H38 

Notes and thoughts on 
and woodlands. 1881.. 7 10 H77 
TATE Horticultural 
^ Transactions. 1879-97. 

710 116 

fru. S. O. Every vronian 
flower-gardener. 1871.716 J63 
S. T. V. Landscape gar- 

1899 714 M22 

AMUEL. Jr. How to plan 
'ounds. 1899 712 P25 

Garden flowers. im{\. 
716 R15 



Scott, F. J. Art of beautifying sub- 
urban home grounds. 1870. ...712 8co8 

Robinson, William. Hardy flow- 
ers. 18a3 716 R56 

Wild garden. 1883 716 R56w 

United States— Education, Bumtu 
of. Planting trees in school 
grounds. 1885 715 Un 3 

Warner, Anna. Gardening by 

myself. 1872 716 W24 

Williams, B. S. Choice stove and 
greenhouse flowering plants. 2v. 
18a3 716 W67 

Williams, H. T., ed. Window gar- 
dening. 1878 716W673 

WiTHROW, W. H. Catacombs of 

Rome. 1877 719 W77 

ARCHITECTURE. 

Adams, W. H. D. Temples, tombs 
and monuments of ancient 
Greece and Rome. 1871 720.9 Adl 

Cleaveland, H. W., and Backus, 
William. American village 
homes. 1856 728 C58 

Colem a n, Oliver. Successful 

houses. 1899 729C67 

Downing, A. J. Cottage residences. 

1887 728 D75 

Fergusson, James. History of 

architecture. 2v. 18a3 R720 F38 

Gardner, E. C. Homes and how to 

make them. 1874 728 G17 

Gibson, L. H. Convenient houses. 

1889 728G35 

Hamlin, A. D. F. Text-book of the 

history of architecture. 1896.720.9 H18 

HoRTON, C. W. Ai'chitectui'e. 1874. 

720 H78 

International competition for the 
Ph(Pbe Hearst architectural 
plan for the University of Cali- 
fornia 727.3 In8 

Larned, W. C. Churches and cas- 
tles of mediaeval France. 1899. 
728.81 L32 

Lefevre, Andrp:. Wonders of 

architecture. 1871 720 L;52 

Ruskin, John. Seven lamps of 

architecture. 18(5;) 720 R89 

Stones of Venice. 3v. 1865 .... 729 R89 



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FINE ARTS. 



Sloan, Samuel. American houses. 

18()1 728 815 

United States— Treasury Dept. 
Annual report of the supervising 
architect. 180.3 725.1 Un.3 

SCULPTURE AND POTTERY. 

Beckwith, Arthur. Majolica and 

Fayence. 1877 7.38 B38 

BUONAROTTI, M. A. 
Grimm, Herman. Life of Michael 

Angelo. 2v 7.30L B88 

Canova, Antonio. Works in sculp- 
ture and modelling. 3v. 1849.. 730 CIO 

C^LEMENT, C. E. Outline history of 

sculpture. 18^3 7.30 C59 

DiCKESON, M. W. American numis- 
matic manual. 18H5 7.37 D55 

Marquand, Allan and Fuothincj- 
HAM, n. L. Text-book of the 
history of sculpture. 1899. . . .7.30 M34 

Monachesi. Mrs. N. D. Manual for 

china painters. 1897 738. 5M74 

Nichols, G. W. Pottery: how it is 

made. 1879 7.38 N 51 

Phillips, L. V. Boom of the china 

painter. 18f!() 738.5 pr>4 

Poole, Stanley Lane- Coins and 



Day, L. F. Nature in ornament. 

18J)4 745 D3:k 

Ornamental design. 1895 745 D'X\ 

and Buckle,; Mary. Art in 

needlework. 1900 746 D3:{ 

Decker, W. F. Industrial drawing 
for carpenters and other wood- 
workers. 1892 744 D.V) 

Eastlake, C. L. Hints on house- 
hold taste. 1872 749 Ea8 

Hi ATT, Charles. Picture posters. 

1896 741H/)2 

Jackson, F. G. Theory and practice 

of design. 1896 740 .113 

Jones, C. S., and Williams, H. T. 

Household elegancies. 1875. . .746 .171 

Lefebure, Ernest. Embroidery 

and lac^. 1889 746L')2 

May, Phil. Sketch-book. 1899.. 741 M4:) 

MiNiPiE, William. Geometrical 

drawing. 1869 744 M^Wi 

Pellegrin, V. Theory and prac- 
tice of linear perspective. 1873. 
742P3i» 

Phantom flowers. 1868 746 P-^-^ 

KusKiN, John. PUements of draw- 
ing. 1870 740 KH-» 

Smith, R. H. Expositions of the 



cartoons of Raphael. 1861 741 Sm<> 

medals. 1894 TM P78 Symons, Arthur. 

Prime, W. C, ed. Coins, medals I Aiibrey Beardsley. 1898. . . .740L BI^^'^ 

and seals, ancient and modern. i 

1861 TM FW.i PAINTING. 

Radcliffe, a. O. Schools and mas- j allston. Washington. 

ters of sculpture. 1894 7.30 UU Sweetser, M. F. Allston. 1880. 

SHEDD, J. A. Famous sculptors and i (^1,.//.,.,^ hioqraphks). v. 5. ..7r)0L S 

sc^ulpture. 189(> 7M)\. Sh:{ | an(;eli(m:>, Fra Giovanni. 

Thorvaldskn, Heutal. Sweetser, M. F. Fra Giovanni. 

Phm, Eugene. Thorvaldsen: his {Artht hio(/raphies). v. 5. 1880. 

lif(^ and works. IHT.l 7:J0L WH \ ] 75qL g 

ViARDOT, Loris. Wonders of scull)- ! Bacon, Henry. Parisian art and 

ture. 187.3 7.30 VO.') i artists. 188.3 759.436 

I Benjamin, S. G. W. Our American 

artists. 1H79 750L 

Blanc, A. A. P. C. Grammar of 
Church, FL R. Artistic embroidery. I ])aintiu<? and enj^ravinji^. 1874. .750 

1880 746 ( '47 BuoNAUOTTi, M. A. 

CUQSS, A. K. Mechanical dniwinjj. i Sweotser, M. F. Michael Angelo. 

189<) 744 CSH (Artist hlf^jrajthus). v. 1. 1880. 

DAVIE.S, Charles. Shades uml : 750L Sw^-^ 

shadows and lineal' ix^rspectivc. Cellini. Bknvhxuto. Memoirs. 

1872 742 I)2S 2v. 1x4.-) 750L CS^ 



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DRAWING AND DECORATION. 



,3 
.3 



r^^ 



FINE ARTS. 



57 



Ernest. English school 
ting. 1891 75«.2C42 

3/r.s. Clara (E. )and HUT- 
AURENCE. Artists of the 
?nth century. 1889 750L C59 

., M. E. Principles of 
ny and contrast of color. 
/ 752C427 

[AM, Allan. Lives of the 
eminent British painters 
ulptors. 5v. 1854. . . .750L C'91 

W. H. Twelve great art- 

.900 750LD75 

:^BERT. 

Leopold. Artist's mar- 
life. 1867 750L D93 

, M. F. DQrer. (Artist bi- 

}hiej<. ) 1880. V. 4 7r)0L Sw3 

a. E. F. (L.) Women art- 
all ages and countries. 

I'rOLE] 5 

MI. 

%M. F. GuidoReni. [Art- 
ograijfnen). 1880. 2v..750LSw3 
M, p. G. Contemporary 

1 painters. 1898 759.4 H17 

B. R. Autobiography and 

Is, ed. by Tom Taylor. . 7r)0L H32 

Mrs. Charles. Concise 
-' of painting. 1882... .750 H.35 
L. World's painters and 
»ictures. 1899 759 H85 

, Elbert. Little journeys 
homes of eminent paint- 

899 7r>0LH8() 

]. M. Madonna in art. 

755 H93 

Mrs. A. B. (M.) Legends 

Madonna. 1872 755 J23 

J. Art studies. 1801 . .759 .129 
F. T. German, Flemish 
Itch schools. 2v. 1879.. 759 K95 
ok of painting: Italian 

ols. 2v. 1874 759.45K95 

I, Sir Edwin. 
«er, M. F. Landseer. {Art- 
oyraphks) 1880. v. 3. ..750L Sw3 
L. History of painting 

y. 3v. 1852 759 L29 

;he world; or. Our Savior 

1898 755 L61 



Lorraine, Claude. 

Sweetser, M. F. Claude Lor- 
raine. 1880. (ArtiHt biograpkies,) 
V. 2 750LSw3 

Meynell, Wilfrid, cd. Modern 

art and artists 759 M57 

Modern school of art 759 M57m 

MiLLAis, Sir J. E. 

Millais, J. G. Life and letters 
of Sir John Millais. 2v. 1899. 

750LM61 

Millet, J. F. 

Hurll, E. M. Jean Francois Mil- 
let. 1900 750LM62 

MONKHOUSE, Cosmo. British con- 
temporary artists. 1899 750L M75 

MURILLO, B. E. 
Sweetser, M. F. Murillo. (Artiat 

biographies). 1880. v. 5. . .750L Sw3 

Paris salon. 2v. 1890-91 759 P21 

Radcliffe, A.G. Schools and mas- 
ters of painting. 1881 759 Rll 

Raphael. 
Hurll, E. M. Raphael. 1900. .750L R18h 
Sweetser, M. F. Raphael. (Arivst 

biographies). 1880. v. 1. . .750L Sw3 
Rembrandt. 
Hurll, E. M. Rembrandt. 1899. 

750LR28h 

Sweetser, M. F, Rembrandt. (Art- 
ist biographies). 1880. v. 4. .750L Sw3 
Reynolds, Sir Joshua. 
Sweetser, M. F. Sir Joshua Rey- 
nolds. (Artist biographies). 1880. 

v. 3 750LSw3 

Rosa, Salvator. 
Morgan, Sidney, fAidy. Life and 
times of Salvator Rosa. 2v. 1824. 

750LR71 

RusKiN, John. Modern painters. 

5v. 1860 750 R89m 

Pre-Raphaelitism 759.9 R89 

Stothert, James. French and 

Spanish painters. 1877 759 St7 

Stranahan, C. H. History of 

French painting. 1888 759 St8 

Sweetser. M. F. Artist biogra- 
phies. 5v. 1880. 

Allston Washington 750L Sw3 v. 5 

Angelico, Fra Giovanni. . .750L Sw3 v. 5 
Buonarotti, Michael Angelo. 

750LSw3 v. 1 



i58 



FINE ARTS. 



Darer, Albert 750L Sw3 v. 4 

Guido Reni 7r)0L Sw3 v. 2 

Landseer, Sir Edwin 750L Sw3 v. 3 

Lori^ine, Claude 75()L Sw3 v. 2 

Murillo, B. E. . . .^ '. .750L Sw3 v. 5 

Raphael *. 750L Sw3 v. 1 

Rembrandt 750L Sw3 v. 4 

Reynolds, Sir Joshua 7r)0L Sw3 v. 3 

Titian 750L Sw3 v. 2 

Van Dyck, Anthony 75()L Sw3 v. 4 

Vinei, Leonardo da 7r)0L Sw3.v. 1 

Taine, H. a. Art in the Nether- 
lands. 1871 759 T13 

Titian. 
Northcote, James. Life of Titian. 

2v. 1830 7r)0L T53 

Sweetser, M. F. Titian. 1880. 

(j^iii,st hij(njmplms) v. 2 7r)0L Sw3 

TUCKEIRMAN, H. T. Book of the art- 
ists; American artist life. 1807. 
750LT79 

TURNEU, J. M. W. 

Sweetser, M. F. Turner. 1880. 

(Artist himfraphies) v. 3 750L Sw3 

Tytler, Sarah. Modern painters 

and their paintings. 1874. ...7oOL TiH) 

Old masters and their pictures. 

1874 750LT99O 

Van Dyck, Anthony. 
Sweetser, M. F. Van Dyck. (Art- 
ist hioijraithieH). 1880. v. 4. .7r)0L Sw3 

Van Dyck, J. C'. Art for art's sake. 

1893 750 V28 

How to judge a picture. 1889. .7r)0 V28h 
Text-book of the history of paint- 
lug. 1898 ^ 750V28t 

VlARDOT, Ix^uis. Wonders of Italian 

art. 1870 759 V(>5 

Vingi, Leonardo da. 

Sweetser, M. F. Leonardo da 
Vinci. (Arti,stl)ioyr(i}thies). 1880, 

V .1 ! 750LSw3 

Walpot^e, Horace. Anecdotes of 

painting in England. 1871. . .750 WlO 
Woltmann, Alfred, and Woer- 
MANN, Karl. History of an- 
cient, early Christian and modi;e- 
val painting. 2v. 1888 11750 VV83 

PHOTOGRAPHY AND ENGRAV- 
ING. 

Abbott, H. G. Modern photogra- 
phy. 1898 770 Ab2 



Progressive lessons in photogra- 
phy. 1899 770 Ab2p 

Adams, W. I. L. Sunlight and 

shadow. 1897 770 Adl 

Baldwin, T. S. ABC guide to 

photography. 1900 770 BIJ) 

Black, Alexander. Photography 

in-doora and out. 1874 770 B56 

DORT§, GUSTAV. Gallery. 2v. 1870.. 769 B73 

Dt)RER, Albert. Humiliation and 
exaltation of our Redeemer. 
1867 769 003 

Hamerton, p. G. Etcher*8 hand- 
book. 1871 767 HIT 

Etching and etchers. 1892 767 H17e 

Holbein, Hans. Dance of death. 

1858 769 H69 

Portraits of illustrious personages 
of the court of Henry VIII. 1828. 
, 769H69p 

NicoL, John. Right road to pho- 
tography. 1898 770 N54 

Turner, J. M. W. Harbours of 

England 769 T85 

VOGEL, Hermann. Chemistry of 

light and photography. 1875. .771 V86 

Wallace, Ellerslie. Amateur 

photographer. 1897 770 Wl'") 

MUSIC. 

Abt, Franz. Wishing stone. . .782.8 A^ 
Amrros, W. a. Boundaries of mu- 
sic and i>oetry. 1893 780.1 Ai^^ 

Annesley, Charles. Standard 
opera glass: detailed plots of 

celebrated operas. 1899 782 JS.n'^ 

AUBER, D. F. E Fra Diavolo. . . .782 A^^ 

Masaniello 782 Aul'^ 

Baker, Theodore, comp. Biograph- 
ical dictionary of musicians. 

1900 R780.3 BJ*^ 

Banks, Ij. A. Immortal songs of 

camp and field. 1899 784 B^ 

Barrett, W. A. English glees and 

part-songs. 1886 784 B^"* 

Beethoven, Ludvvio von. Fidelia 

782 B^^ 

Letters. 18()8 780 B^^ 

Schindler, A. Life of Beethoven. 

780B3f>^ 

Wagner, Richard, Life of Bee- 
thoven. 1872 780B39v^ 



FINE ARTS. 



59 



LLINI, ViNCENZO. I Puritani . .782 B41 

-A Sonnambula 782 B41 1 

•"orma 782 B41 n 

LL, OLE. 

Bull, S. C. Ole Bull. 1890. . .780 B87 
RROWES, J. F. Thorough-bass 

pHmer. 1846 781.3 B94 

OPIN, F. F. 

Liszt, Franz. Life of Chopin. 

18t56 780 C45 

ORLEY, H. F. National music of 

the world. 1882 780.4 C45 

\RKE, H. A. Harmony on the 
inductive method. 1880 781.3 C55 

LE, N. H. Score of famous com- 
posers. 1891 : 780 D68 

NiZETTi, Gaetano. Lucia di 
Lammermoor 782 D71 

lert, Louis. Letters on music. 
1870 780.4 Eho 

sner, M. E. (»*Litta.'') 
Scott, J. M. Litta, an American 
singer. 1897 780 El 7 

-SON, L C. History of German 
8ong. 1888 784 El 7 

S'ational music of America and its 

sources. 1900 780.97 El 7 

lERSON, L. O. Merry chimes. .784 Em3 

GEL, Carl. Musical myths and 

facts. 2v. 1876 '. 780.4 En3 

^, Amy. Music study in Germany. 

1882 780.7 F29 

tRis, G. T. Great singers. 2v. 

1881 780 F41 

C?K, H. T. Songs and song wri- 
ters. 1900 780 F49s 

Sgerald, S. J. A. Stories of fa- 
mous songs. 1898 784 F57 

BERT, W. S. Her Majesty's 

ship *'Pinafore.'' 1879 782.6 G37 

TSCHALK, L. M. 
Hensel, Octavia. Life aid let- 
ters of Gottschalk 780 G71 j 

>VE, George, ed. Dictionary of 
music and musicians. 4 v. and 

index. 1879. R780.3 G91 

eRBER, H. A. Stories of the 

Wagner opera. 1896 782 2 W12g 

NSLICK, Eduard. Beautiful in 

music. 1801 780.1 H19 

Weis, H. R. Music and morals. 
1874 780.1 H31 



My musical memories. 1884. . .780.4 H31 
Hervey, Arthur. Masters of 

French music. 1894 780 H44 

HULLAH,JoHN. Music in the house. 

780.4 H87 

Humphreys, Mrs. L. B. Art of 

reading music. 1879 780.7 H88 

Krehbiel, H. E. How to listen to 

music. 1897 780.4 K87 

Studies in the Wagnerian drama. 

1891 782.2 K87 

Maitland, .J. A. F. Masters of 

German music. 1894 780 M22 

March, J. B. T. Story of the jubi- 
lee singers; witlr their songs. 

1880 784.7 M3r> 

Martin, E. W. Festival-* chimes. 

1859 783 M36 

MATHEWft, W. S. B. How to un- 
derstand music. 1881 780. 1 M42 

One hundred years of music in 

America. 1889 780.97 M42 

Popular history of the art of music. 

18:^4 780.9 M42 

Mendelssohn-Barthqldy, Felix. 

Letters. 1865 780 M52 

Letters from Italy and Switzer- 
land. 1865 780 M52 1 

Merz, Karl. Elements of harmony 

and musical composition. 1881. 
781.3 M55 

Moscheles, Ignatz. Recent mu- 
sic and musicians. 1873 780 M85 

Mozart, J. C. W. A. Don Giovanni. 

782 M87 

Letters. 2v. 1866 780 M87 

(Le) nozze di Figaro 782 M87n 

Naumann, Emil. History of music. 

2v 780.9 N22 

Our national war songs. 1884 784 Ou7 

Pardon, G. F. Tales from the op 

era. 1872 782 P21 

Raymond, G. L. Rhythm and har- 
mony in poetry and music. 1895. 

781 R21 

Richter, E. F. Manual of har- 
mony. 1897 781.3 R41 

RiTTER, F. L. History of music. 

1876 \ 780.9 R51 

Music in America. 1883 780.97 R51 

Music in England. 1883 780.942 R51 

Rossini, G. A. II barbiere de Sivig • 

lia 782 R73 



(K) 



FINE ARTS. 



EM wards, H. S. Rossini and his 
school. 1895 780 R7.3 

RUBENSTEIN, ANTON. 

McArthur, Alexander. Anton 

Rubenstein. 1889 780 R82 

RUNCIMAN, J. F. Old scores and 

new readings. 1899 780.4 R87 

Schubert, Franz. 
Austin, G. L. Life of Franz Schu- 
bert. 1873 780 Sch7 

Schumann, Robert. 
Wasielwski, W. J. von. Life of 

Schumann 780 Sch8 

Slave songs of the U. S. 1867. .784.7 SI 1 

Stainer, John. Music of the Bible. 

780.9 Stl 

Streatfield, R. a. Masters of 

Italian music. 1895 780 St85 

Opera. 1897 782 St85 

Streeter, H. R. Voice building. 

1871 784.9 St8 

Taylor, Sedley. Science of music. 

1875 781 T21 

Upton, G. P. Standard cantatas. 

1891 782.8 Up8 

Standard operas. 1886 782 Up8 

Standard oratorios. 1888 783.3 Up8 

Standard symphonies. 1889 .. . 7a5. 1 Up8 
Woman in music. 1889 780.4 Up8 

Verdi, Guiseppe. II trovatore. .782 V58 

Rigoletto 782 V58r 

VOGEL, Elise. Musical sketches. 

1865 780.4 V86 

Wagnalls, Mabel. Stars of the 

opera. 1899 782 W128 

Wagner, Richard. Art life and 

theories. 1875 782.2 W12 

Weber, C. M. von. Der Freischutz. 

782 W38 

Oberon 782 W38o 

WiLLEBY, Charles. Masters of 

English music. 1895 780 W66 

SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS. 

Agnel, H. R. Book of chess. 1858. 

794 Ag6 

Ames, Fisher. Standard whist for 

beginners. 1900 795 Am3 

Bellamy, William. Century of 

charades. 1895 793 B41 

biDDLE, T. E. Amateur sailing in 

open and half -decked boats. 

1886 797 B47 



Corinthian yachtsman. 1886 ... 797 B47c 
Bingham, J. S. Incomparable game 

of chess. 1820 794 B)l 

Bingham, N. W. Book of athletics 

and out-of-door sports. 1895 . .796 Bol 
Camp, Walter. Book of college 

sports. 1893 796 Clo 

Chatto, W. a. Origin and history 

of playing cards. 1848 m5 C39 

Chess hand-book. 1859 794 C42h 

Chess monthly, v.4. 1860 794 C42m 

Chicago — Oame warden. Annual 

reports. 1892 799 C43 

Clyde, Henry. Pleasure-cycling. 

1895 796 G62 

Dickens, Charles. Dialogues. 2 

V. 1871 793D5.5 

Dodworth, Allen. Dancing. 1885. 

793 D66 

Drayson, a. W. Intellectual whist. 

1899 795 D75 

Dugan, C. a. King's jester and 

other short plays. 1899 793 D8" 

Dunn, Archibald, jr. Bridge and 

how to play it. 1900 795 D92 

Evening entertainments for young 

people. 1897 793 Ev2 

PiSKE, D. W. Book of the first Amer- 
ican chess congress. 1849 794 F54 

Fitzgerald, P. A. Exhibition 

speaker. 1856 793 F5" 

Foster, R. F. American leads. 

1894 795 F81 

Cinch. 1897 795 F81c 

Complete Hoyle. 1897 795 F81co 

Fricknell, G. Sociables; or, One 

thousand one home amusements. 
1870 793 F91 

Fyles, Franklin. Theatre and its 

people. 1900 792 F99 

Hale, L. P. Fagots for the fireside. 

1895 793 H13 

Harrison, Mrs. Constance (C). 
Short comedies for amateur play- 
ers. 1889 793 H245 

Hopkins, A. A., coinp. Magic stage 

illusions. 1898 790 qH77 

Hutchinson, H.G. and otAer«. Book 

of golf and golfers. 1900 796.5 H97 

Jones, Henry. Pocket guide to 

euchre. 18SK) 795 J72 

Kenney, Charles. Manual of 

chess. 1859 794 K39 



LITERATURE. 



61 



Li£E, Albert, camp. Track athlet- 
ics In detail. 1896 796 L51 

Leffingwell, W. B. Shooting on 

upland, marsh and stream. 1890. 
799 L52 

LowENTHAL, J. Morphy's games. 

1860 794 Lft5 

Lowndes, G. R Gipsy tents and 

how to use them. 1890 796 L95 

MORPHY, Paul. Morphy's match 

games. 1859 794 M82 

MuiR, John. Bazaars and fancy 

fairs. 1896 791 M89 

Norton, C. L. and Habberton, 

John. Canoeing in Kanuckia. 

1878 797 N82 

Philidor, F. a. D. Analysis of the 

game of chess. 1790 794 P53 

Chess analyzed. 1750 794 P53c 

Easy introduction to the game of 

chess. 1824 794 P53e 

POHLMAN, J. G. Chess rendered 
familiar by tabular demonstra- 
tion. 1819 794 P75 

ROOK, E. C. and Rook, L. J. Drills 

and marches. 1895 793 R67 

St. Nicholas. Book of plays and 

operettas 792 Sa2 

Sarratt, J. H. Game of chess. 1822. 

794 Sa7 

SOOTT, Clement. Drama of yester- 
day and today. 2v. 1899 792 Sco8 

Sears. G. W. Woodcraft. 1884. .796 Sel 

Shelby, A. B. Standard whist. 1899. 

795 Sh4 



Shoemaker, C. C. Holiday enter- 
tainments. 1898 793 Sh7h 

Young folks' dialogues. 1897 . . 793 Sh7y 

Shoemaker, Mrs. J. W. Choice 

dialogues. 1896 793 Sh71 

Smiley, Mrs, A. E. Fifty social 

evenings. 1894 793 Sm4 

Smith, Horatio. Festivals, games 
and amusements, ancient and 
modern. 1833 790 Sm5 

Social amusements 793 Sol 

Staunton, Howard. Chess-play- 
ers' companion. 1849 794 St2 

Chess tournament. 1852. 794 St2c 

Strang, L. C. Prima donnas and 

soubrettes. 1900 792 St8p 

Sunday-school and church enter- 
tainments. • 1893 791 Su7 

TOMLiNSON, Charles. Amusements 

in chess. 1845 794 T69 

Venable, W. H., ed. Dramas and 

dramatic scenes. 1874 793 V55 

Walker, George. Chess and 

chess-players. 1850 794 W15 

Walton, Izaak, and Cotton, 
Charles. Complete angler. 
1870 799 W17 

White, Mary. Book of one hun- 
dred games. 1896 793 W58 

Winter, William. Shadows of 

the stage. 3v. 1893-95 792 W73 

Young lady's oracle. 1863 793 Y8 



Literature. 



Bates, Arlo. Talks on the study 

of literature. 1897. 807 B31 

Botta, Mrs, A. C. (L). Handbook 

of universal literature. 1877 . . 802 365 

Brewer, E. C. Character sketches 
of romance, fiction and the 

drama. 4v. 1892 803 B75 

Dictionary of phrase and fable . R803 B75d 
Reader's hand-book of references, 

allusions. 1880 R803 B75r 

Burt, M. E. World's literature. 

1890 807 B95 



Carlyle, Thomas. Lectures on the 

history of literature. 1892. . . .809 C19 

Hallam, Henry. Introduction to 
the literature of Europe. 1400- 
1700. 2v. 1859 809 H15 

Hirsch, Dr, William. Genius and 

degeneration. 1896 801 H61 

Hutton, R. H. Criticism on con- 
temporary thought and thinkers. 
2v. 1894 804 H97 

Jeffrey, Francis. Contributions 

to the Edinburgh review. 1864.. 804 J36 



()2 



LTTEUATUUK. 



McMahan, A. B. Study class. 1891.. 807 M22 I FiiosT, John. American speaker. 



MULLANY, P. F. Development of 

old English thought. 1894. . ..801 M91 

NORDAU, Max. Degeneration. 1895. 
801 N75 

PiTTENGER, WILLIAM. Toasts and 

forms of public address. 1897. .804 P68 

Rabb, K. M. National epics. 189()..804 Rll 
' Reddall, H. F. Fact, fancy and 

fable. 1892 R803 R24 

Regeneration: a reply to Max 

Nordau. 189(5. 801 R20 

SCHLEGEL, A. W. Lectures on dra- 
matic art and literature. 2v. 
1815. '809 Sch3 

SCHLEGEL, K. W. F. History of lit- 
erature. 2v. 1818 809Sch35 

SiSMONDi, J. C. E. S. DE. Historical 
view of the literature of the 
south of Europe. 2v. 1853 .... 80:| Si8 

Wheeler, W. A. Dictionary of the 

noted names of fiction. 18B7 . . R803 W5() 
Who wrote it? 1881 U803 Woiiw 

Winchester, C. T. Some princi- 
ples of literary criticism. 1899.809 W72 

. COLLECTIONS AND QUOTATIONS. 

Alden, J. Natural reader. 1870.. 808. 5 A 12 

Bardeen, C. W. Authors' birth- 
days. 1888-99 808.5 B23 

BARTLfiTT, John. Familiar quota- 
tions. 1894 808.8 B28 

Bates, K. L. Wedding-day book. 

1895 808.8 B31 

Bent, S. A. Familiar short saying-s 

of great men. 1894 R808.8 B44 

Brougham, John, (uul Eluerkin, 
John. Lotos leaves. 1875 80S.5 B79 

Cumnock, R. M. Choice readings. 

1896 808.5 C91 

Castle, H. D. School entertain- 
ments. V. 3. 1899. , 808.5 C27 

Dictionary of popular quotations. 

1851 808.8 D50 

Elocutionist's manual, v. 2-7-1.3. 

1888 808.5 EIG 

Foster, Elon, ed. New cyclopas 

dia of illustra:ious. 1870. . ..11808.8 F81 
New cyclop.iMlia of poetical illus- 
trations. 1872 RS08.8 F81n 

Frink, H. A. New century speaker. 

1899 808.5 F91 



1851 808.5 F92 

Golden thoughts. 1883 808.5 G56 

Hawthorne, Julian, Young, J. R 
ayid Lamberton, J.P., cd. Liter- 
ature of all nations. 10 V. 1900.. 800 H31 
Holiday selections .808.5 H.36 

Hollow AY, L. C, comp. Home in 

poetry. 1881 808.5 H72 

Hoyt, J. K. Cyclopiedia of quota- 
tions. 1896 R808.8 qH85 

Knioht, Charles, ed. Half-hours 
with the best authors. 4v. 1853. 
808.8 KT4 

Monroe, L. B. Public and parlor 

readings. 1872 808.5 M75p 

Morton, F. W. Men in epigram. 

1897 808.8 M84 

One hundred choice selections. 1895- 

98. V. 1-36 808.5 On2 

QUARLES, Francis. Enchiridion. 

1856 808.8 Q2 

Reeves, Paul. Student*s own 

speaker. 1872 803.5 R25 

Riddle, George, ed. Modern reader 

and speaker. 1900 808.5 R43 

Rollins, A. W. Aphorisms for the 

year 1896 808.8 R65 

Unfamiliar quotations. 1895.808.8 R65u 

Sargent, Epes. Standard speaker. 

1899 80a5 Sa7 

Shoemaker, J. W. , and others, comp. 
Shoemaker's best selections, 24v. 
1896 808.5 Sh7 

SOPER, H. M. Elocutionary read- 
ings. 1882 808.5 So6 

Spofford, a. R, and Gibbon, 
Charles. Library of choice 
literature. 8v. 1882 808.8 Sp6 

Stauffer, J. H. Queer, the quaint. 

the quizzical. 1890 808.8 St2 

Tableaux, charades and panto- 
mimes. 1894 .808.5 Til 

Truths illustrated by great authors. 

1870 808.8 T76 

University of Literature, ed, by 

DePuy. 20v. 1896 800 Un3 

Warner, C. D., ed. Library of the 
world's best literature. 30 v. 
18:)7 .....800 W24 

WerNter, E. S. Readings and reci- 
tations, v. 1-25. 1898-1900.. 808.5 W49 



LITERATURE. 



03 



Wood, K. B. Quotations for occas- 
ions. 1896 R808.8 W85 

Zachos, J. C. New American speak- 
er. 1854 808.5 Zl 

RHETORIC AND ELOCUTION, 

Bain, Alexander. English com- 
position and rhetoric. 1871. . .808 B16 

Bates, Arlo. Talks in writing 

English. 1897 808 B31 

Blair, Hugh. Lectures on rhet- 
oric and belles lettres. 1833... 808 B57 

Boyd, J. R English composition. 

1871 808 B69 

Buckley, J. M. Extemporaneous 

oratory. 1898 808.5 B85 

Coppee:, Henri. Elements of rhet- 
oric. 1869 808 C79 

Day, H. N. Art of elocution. 1860. 

808.5 D33 

Rhetorical praxis. 1860 808 D33 

Dwyer. J. H. Essays on elocution. 

18.'>6 808.5 D97 

EvEitETT, C. C. Poetry, comedy and 

duty. 1890 808.1 Ev2 

Gavit, H. E. Etiquette of corres- 
pondence. 1900 808.6 G24 

Gen UNO, J. F. Hand-book of rhetor- 
ical analysis. 1895 808 G28 

Practical elements of rhetoric. 

1893 808 G28p 

(Griffith. A. A. Lessons in elocu- 
tion. 1865 808.5 G87 

Harrison, Clifford. Reading and 

readers. 1898. 808.5 H24 

Hart, J. S. Composition and rhet- 
oric 1871 808 H25 

Home, Henry. (Lord Kames.) Ele- 
ments of criticism. 1859 808 H75 

Lord, D. N. Characteristics and 
laws of figurative language. 
1857 808 L88 

Mandeville, Henry. Reading 

and oratory. 1^50 808.5 M31 

Mathews, William. Oratory and 

orators. 1891 808.5 M42 

Meiklejohn, J. M. D. Art of writ- 
ing English. 1900 808 M47 

Mitchell, M. S. Manual of elocu- 
tion. 1874 808.5 M69 

Monroe, L. B. Manual of physical 

and vocal training. 1869 .... 808.5 M75 



Pittenger, William. Oratory, 

sacred and secular. 1870 808.5 P68 

Practical letter-writer 808.6 P88 

QUACKENBOS, G. P. Composition 

and rhetoric. 1868 808 Q2 

Russell, William. Orthophony; 
or, Cultivation of the voice in 
elocution. 1848 808.5 R91 

Spencer, Herbert. Philosophy of 

style. 1872 808 Sp3 

Stebbins, Genevieve. Dynamic 
breathing and harmonic gym- 
nastics. 1893 808.5 St,3d 

Whately, Richard. Elements of 

rhetoric. 1856 808 W55 



AMERICAN LITERATURE. 

Beers, H. A. Century of American 

literature. 1776-1876. 1878. .810.9 R39 
Outline sketch of American litera- 
ture. 1893 810.9 B93o 

Crawford, F. M. (The) novel, what 

it is 1893 813 Ca5 

DUYCKINCK, E. A. and DUYCKINCK, 

G. L. Cyclopaedia of American 
literature. 2v R810.3 D95 

Fisher, Mary. General survey of 

American literature. 1899. .810.9 F53 

Howells, W. D. Criticism and fic- 
tion. 1892 813 H83 

Mitchell, D. G. American lands 

and letters 810.9 M69 

Richardson, C. F. American lit- 
erature. 1607-18a5. 1895 . . ..810.9 R.39 

Smyth, A. H. American literature. 

1889 810.9 Sm9 

Stedman, E. C. Poets of America. 

1895 811.1 St3 

and Hutchinson, E. M. ecL Li- 
brary of American literature, 
llv. 1888 R810 qSt3 

SwiNTON, William and Cath- 
CART, G. P. Seven American 
classics 810.8 Sw6 

Tyler, M. C. History of American 

literature. 1607-76. 1878. .. .810.9 T97 
Literary history of the American 

revolution. 2v. 1897. . . .810.9 T97 1 

Underwood, F. H. Hand-book of 
English literature. American 
authors. 1881 810.9 Un2 



04 



LITERATURE. 



Wendell, Barrett. Literary his- 
tory of America. 1900 810.9 W48 

Whipple, E. P. American litera- 
ture. 1887 810.9 W57 



AMERICAN POETRY. 

Aldrich, T. B. Poems. 1897.. .811 A12 
Alger, W. R. Poetry of the east. 

1856 811.08 A13 

Poetry of the orient. 1866. .811.08 A13p 
Baker, G. A. Point lace and dia- 
monds. 1899 811 B17 

Bryant, W. C. Poems. 2v. 1878.. 811 B84 
ed. Library of jwetry and son^j. 

1870 8U.08 qB84 

Carleton, Will. City ballads. 

1885 811 C19 

City festivals. 1889 811 C19c 

Farm ballads. 1882 811 C19f 

Farm festivals. 1881 811 C19fa 

Farm legends. 1876 811 C19fl 

Carman, Bliss. Low tide on Grand 

Pre. 1895 811 C21 1 

and HovEY. Richard. I^ast songs 

from Vagabondia. 1901 811 C21v 

Songs from Vagabondia. 1895. .811 C2l8 
Carryl, G. W. Mother Goose for 

grown-ups. 1900 811 C2;^*> 

Cary, Alice and Cary, Phoebe. 

Last poems. 1873 811 C25 

Clarke, Thomas. Battle, and 

other poems. 1871 811 C55 

OoociESHALL, W. T. ed Poets and 

iwetry of the west. 18()0. ..q811.08 C65 

Dalton,J. G. Lyrabicyclia. 188;5..811 D17 
Davidson, L. M. Poetical remains. 

1855 811 D28 Humphrey, N. G. Random shots. 

Day, H. F. Up in Maine. 1900. .811 D33 1884 .811 H88 

DUNHAR, P. L. Lyrics of lowly life. Jackson, Mrs. H. M. (F.) H. Verses. 

181K5 \ 811 D91 1 I 1875 811 J13 

Durfee, .Job. Whutcheer. 18.32.811 IW.i Johnson, Rossiter, ed. Minor 
Egan, M. F. Songs and sonnets. | poems. {Little damfkit,) 1875., 

1892 '. 811 Egl 81L08 L72m 

Emerson, R. W. May-day and other l*ocms lyrical. (IMtk classics,) 

pieces. 1867 811 Em2m , 1875 811.08L72p 

Poems. 1895 811 Em2 ' .Joyce, R. D. Deidre. 1877 811 J8* • 

ed. Parnassus. 1875 811.08 Em2p KlN(;, R F. .//•. Verse. 1899 811 K5» 

Fawcett, Edgar. Buntling ball. Knowles. F. L. Golden treasury 

1885 811 F28 of American songs and lyrics. 

Field, Eugene. Little book of ; 1898 811.08 K?^ 

western verse. 1895 811 F45 Lanier, Sidney. Poems. 1898. .811 L^* 



Second book of verse. 1896 81 1 F4os 

With trumpet and drum. 1896.811 F4ow 
Gallagher, W. D. Erato. 1835.811 G13 
Gilder, R. W. Five books of song. 

1900 811 038 

For the country. 1897 811 G38f 

Gordon, H. L. Feast of the Vir- 
gins. 1891 811 065 

Griswold, R. W. ed. Female poets 

of America. 1848 811.08 088 

Poets and poetry of America. 1872. 

R811.08 088 

Poets of the nineteenth century. 

811.08 G88p 

Halleck, Fitz-Green. Poetical 

works. 1855 811 H15 

Harte, Bret. East and west poems. 

1871 811 H25e 

Echoes of the foot-hills. 1875. .811 H25ec 

Poems. 1871 811 H25 

Hay, John. Poems. 1897 811 H32 

Holland, J. G. Bitter-sweet. 1899. 

811 H71 

Katrina. 1807 811 H71k 

Marble prophecy. 1872 811 H71m 

Mistress of the manse. 1874. .811 H71mi 
Puritan's guest. 1892 811 H71p 

Holmes, O. W. Iron gate and 

other poems. 1880 811 H73i 

Poetical works. 1890 811 H7.3 

Songs of many seasons. 1862-74. 

1875 811H738 

Howe, Mrs. Julia (W.) Words for 

the hour. 1857 811 H83 

World 's own. 1857 811 H83w 

Ho\VELL.s, W. D. No love lost. 1869. 

811 Ha^ 



LITERA.TURK. 



fi5 



G. Music-lc^ssjns of 

3. 1872 811 1/):$ 

V, H. W. Aftermath. 

811 L8(ia 

)f Miles Standish. 1859. 

811L8r)C 

redy. 1871 811 L8()d 

end. m51 811U^()ff 

■ the crane. 1875. . ..811 L8()h 

Pandora. 1875 811 L86m 

nd tragedies. 18(^. .811 L86n 

jrks. 1899 811 L86 

awatha. ia">7 811 L8Cs 

wayside inn. 1864. ../^ll L86t 

le. 1880 811L.8(>u 

El. Bigfelow papers. 2v. 

811L95b 

ritics. 1848 811 L95f 

and rue. 1888 811 L95h 

;. 1895 811L95 1 

'. 1895 811 L95 

willows. 1869 811 L95u 

'""rank. Treasures from 

u world. 1884 811.08 Mil 

Cdwin. Man with the 

)9 811 u:u 

oets. 1878 811 M38 

lERMAN. Battle-pieces. 

811 M49 

H. Ship in the desert. 

811 M61 

e Sierras. 1873 811 M61s 

esoul. im\ 811 M61so 

e sun-lands. 1873. .811 M61su 
NK, f(h Son^sand bal- 
le American revolution. 

811.08 M78 

Poems. 1897 811 M89 

t. Poems of American 

n. 1776-181)8. 1898. .811.08 P14 

. Grey stone and por- 

1899..." ..811P.33 

. M. e(l. Oasis. 1857. 

H11.08P41 

'oetical works. 1857 . . H] 1 P75 
CHAR. School -day 
laV) 811 P93 

Poetical works. 3v. 
811 R22 

Voices of the wind. 

Sll K25 

. Afterwhiles. 1SHS..811 1145 



Armazindy. 1894 / 811 R45a 

Child-world. 1897 811 R45c 

Green fields and running brooks. 

1893 811R45g 

Home folk.s. 1900 811 R45h 

Love lyrics. 1899 811 R45 1 

Neighborly poems. 1891 811 R45n 

Poems here at home. 1893. 811 R4.ip 

Rhymes of childhood. 1895 811 R4or 

Saxe, J. G. Leisure-day rhymes. 

1875 811Sa9 1 

Money king a nd other poems. 1860. 

'. 811 Sa9m 

Poems. 1851 811 Sa9 

Shea, J. A. Adolph and other 

poems. 1831 811 Sh3 

SiGOURNEY, Mrs, L. H. Pocahontas 

and other poems. 1855 811 Si2p 

Select poems. 1856 8U Si2 

Spalding, J. L. Songs chieily from 

the German. 1896 811.08 Spl 

Stebbins, C. L., cornp. Harvard 

lyrics. 1899 8n.08 St2. 

Stedman, E. C. American anthol- 
ogy. 1900 811.08 St3 

Blameless prince and other poems. 

1869 811 St3 

Tappan, W. B. Sacred and miscel- 
laneous poems. 1847 811 T16 

Taylor, B. F. Old time pictures. 

1874 811T212 

Taylor, Bayard. Home pastorals, 

ballads and lyrics. 1875 811 T21h 

Lars. 1873 811 T21 1 

Masque of the gods. 1872 811 T21m 

Picture of St. John. 1866 811 T21p 

Poems of home and travel. 1863. 

811T21po 

Poems of the orient. 1863. . . .811 T21pr 
Poetical works. 1880 811 T21 

Thaxter, Celia. Poems. 1894. .811 T33 

Thomas, E. M. New year's masque 

and other poems. iaS5 811 T36 

TiLTON, Theodore. Sexton's tale 

and other poems. 1867 811 T47 

Trowbridge, J. T. Emigrant's 

story and other poems. 1875. . .811 T74 

Truesdell. Helen. Poems. 1858.811 T76 

Trumbull, John. McFingal. 1864. 

811 T77 

Vandyke, Henry. Toiling of Fe- 
lix and other poems. 1900. . . .811 V28 



66 



LITERATURE. 



Whitehead, William. Etoile. 

1872 811 W59 

Whitman, Walt. Leaves of grass. 

1894 811 W595 

Whitney, Mrs, A. D. (T). Pansies. 

1872 811 W6 

Whtttier, J. G. Complete poet- 
ical works. 1899 811 W61 

Hazel-blossoms. 1875 811 W61h 

Miriam and other poems. 1871. .811 W61m 
Pennsylvania pilgrim. 1872. .811 W61p 

Songs of three centuries. 1876. 

811.08 W61 

Tent on the beach. 1867 811 W61t 

Wilcox, Mrs. Ella (W). Maurine 

and other poems. 1888 811 W64 

Poems of passion. 1883 811 W(54p 

Willis, N. P. Poems. 1856. . . .811 W67 

WOLCOTT, J. A. . Song-blossoms. 

1895 8llWa3 

AMERICAN DRAMA. 

Bangs, J. K. Bicyclers. 1896. .812 B22b 
Dement, R. S. Napoleon and Jose- 
phine. 1876 812 D39 

Fitch, (;lyde. Nathan Hale. 1899.. 812 F55 
Fuller, H. B. Puppet-booth. 1896. 

812 F95 

Hovey, Richard. Taliesin. 1900.. 812 H82 
HOWELLS, W. D. Mouse trap. 1894. 

812 H83 

Room 45 812 H8:Jr 

Taylor, Bayard. (The) prophet. 

1874 812 T21 

AMERICAN ESSAYS. 



Campbell, Alexander. Popular 

lectures and addresses. 1864. .814 CI.") 
Clemens, S. L. How to tell a story 

and other essays. 1896 814 C59 

CX)OPER, S. F. Rural hours. 1850.814 CT8 
Curtis, G. W. Literary and social 

essays. 1895 814 C'94 

Davis, R. H. Year from a reporter's 

note-book. 1898. . '. 814 D21)y 

Dodge, M. A. Battle of the books. 

1870 814 D66 

Country living and country think- 
ing. 1863 814D66C 

Gala days. 1864 814 TMs 

Skirmishes and sketches 814 D^ 

Summer rest. 1866 814 D66su 

Twelve miles from a lemon. 1874. 

814D66t 

Eliot, C. W. American contribu- 
tions to civilization. 1897 .814 El 48 

Emerson, Edwin, jr. Pepy's ghost. 

1900 814Em32 

Emerson, R W. English traits. 

18^57 814 Em3 

Essays. 2v. 1899 814 Em3e 

Lectures and biographical 

sketches. 1896 814 EmSl 

Letters and social aims. 1876.814 Em31e 

Miscellanies. 1^56 814 Em3m 

Natural history of the intellect. 

1893 814Em3n 

l^ature addresses and lectures. 

1895 814Em3ii8 

Society and solitude. 1870. . . .814 Em3s 

FiSKR, John. Century of science 

and other essavs. 1899 814 F54 

Darwinism and other essays. 1895. 

814F54d 

Excursions of an evolutionist. 1895. 

814F54e 

Unseen world and other essays. 

1876 814 F^u 



AL(X)TT, a. B. Concord days. 1872. 

814 Al 1 

Tablets. 1868 814 Al It 

Badeau, Adam. ^The) vagabond. 

1859 814 H14 

Beecher, H. W. Star papers. 

187.3 814 B39 I GiHSON, W. H. Sharp eyes. 1896. 

BowEN, Francis. Gleanings from 814 G358 

a literary life. 18:J8-8(). 18H()...814 B67 \ Grant, IIobert. Search light let- 
Brooks, Phillips. Kssaysandad- ters. 1899 814 G"6 

dresses. 1894 H14 B79 , IIioginson, T. W. Book and heart. 

BURRITT, Elihu. Ten-minute talks 1HJ)7 814 H53 

on all sorts of topics. 1874. . . .814 B94 1 Cheerful yo terdays. 1898 814 H53c 

BURliOUGHS, John. Wake robin. ' Old ( 'anibridoe. 1899 814 H53o 

1894 814 B97w 1 HiLLis, N. D. Gieut books as life- 
Year in the fields. 1896 814 B97y I teaoliers. IHJM) 814 H55p 



LITERATURE. 



67. 



.G. Gold-foil. 1882.. 814 H71^ 

a social aims. 18(52. .814 H71 1 

the Jonses. 18H7. ..814 H71 le 

:s on familiar subjects. 

814 H71p 

letters to young people. 

814H71t 

.Julia (W.) Is polite 

)olite, and other essays. 

814 H83 

iV. 1). Impressions and 

ices. 1896 814H83i 

y passions. 1895 814 H83m 

skeKjhes. 1871 814 H83s 

rs. Mary (C.) Outlines 

women and thinjjfs. 1873. 
814 H86 

)NEY. Bob: the story of 

king bird. 1899 814 L27 

, Mrs. S. J. Records of 

•s. 1867 814 L66 

R. Among my books. 

i6 814 L95 

V and other addresses. 
814L95d 

erary essays and ad- 

s. 1893 814L951 

windows. 1871 814 L9r>m 

ssays. 1894 814 L95p 

,V. Books and culture. 

814 Mllb 

n work and culture. 

814 Mllw 

William. Great con- 

1874 814 M42 

h men and books. 1877. 

814M42h 

ityle and other essays. 

814M42 1 

, Brander. Aspects of 

1896 813 M43 

rs. S. P. Caper-sauce. 

814 P2r) 

flies. 18(>8 814 P2r)f 

ips. 1870 814P2r)g 

What is good English? 
814 P.33 

W. H. Biographical 

cal miscellanies. ISm. .814 P92 

3ROTHY. Suc(!ess is for 

97 814 Qu4 

CLE. Later love-lot tprs 

ician. I9()i) 814 R2:> 1 



Love-letters of a musician. 1900 . . 814 R25 
Repplier, Agnes. Books and men. 

1899 814 R29 

Essays in idleness. 1896 814 R29e 

In the dozy hours. 1896. 814 R29i 

Varia. 1897 814 R29v 

Russell, A. P. Library notes. 1880. 

814 R91 

ScuDDER, H E. Childhood in liter- 
ature and art. 1895 814 Scti2 

SiGOURNEY, Mrs. L. H. Past merid- 
ian. 1858 814 Si2 

Sill, E. R. Prose of Edward Row- 

land Sill. 1900 814 Si3 

Skinner, C. iM. Nature in a city 

yard. 1897 814 Sk3 

Taylor, B. F. January and June. 

1868 .' 814 T21 

Summer savory. 1879 814 T21s 

World on wheels. 1874 814 T21 w 

Thompson, Maurice. My winter 

garden. 1900 814 T37 

Van Dyke, Henry. Fisherman's 

luck. 1899 814 V28 

Little rivers. 1899. 814 V28 1 

Warner, C. D. As we were saying. 

1891 814 W24 

Relation of literature to life. 1897. 

814W24r 

Whipple, E. P. Character and char- 
acteristic men. 1867 814 W57 

Essays and reviews. 2v 814 W57e 

Lectures on literature and life. 

ia53 814 W57 1 

Success and its conditions. 1871. 

814W57S 

Whiting, Lillian. World beauti- 
ful. 189() 814W595 

Whittier, J. G. Prose works. 2v. 

1860 * 814 W61 

Wildman, Rounsevelle. As 

talked in the sanctum. 19()0..814 W64 

AMERICAN ORATORY. 

Bryant, W. C. Orations and ad- 
dresses. 1873 815 B84 

DePew, C. M. Birthday addresses 
at the Montauk Clu^) of Brook- 
lyn. 1892-99 815 D44 

Orations and after-dinner speeches. 

1896 815D440 



6« 



LITERATURE. 



Everett, Edward. Mount Vernon 

papers. 1860 815 Ev4 

Orations and speeches. 4v. 1892. 

815Ev4o 

Johnston, Alexander, cd. Amer- 
ican orations. 4v. 1896 815 J65 

Representative American ora- 
tions. 3v. 1884 815 J65r 

Phillips, Wendell. Speeches, 

lectures and letters. 1884 815 P54 

Sumner, Charles. Speeches and 

addresses. 18r)6 815 Su6 

Webster, Daniel. Bunker Hill 

monument orations. 1887 . . . 815 W.39b 

Great orations. 1854 815 W39 1 

Works. 6v. 1854 815 W39 



AMERICAN HUMOR. 



Ade, George. Fables in slang. 1900. 

817 Ad3 

More fables. 1900 817 Ad3m 

Bailey, J. M. Life in Danbury. 

1873 817 B15 

Baldwin, J. G. Flush times of 

Alabama and Mississippi. 1872 . 817 B19 
Bangs, J. K. Booming of Acre Hill. 

19(X) 817 B22 

Coffee and repartee. 1893 817 B22c 

Enchanted typewriter. 1899. . .817 B22e ! Ihvlng, Washington. Abbotsford 



I Curtis, G. W. Potiphar papers. 

ia58 817 C94 

Derby, G.H. Phoenixiana. 1863.. 817 D44 
Dunne, F. P. Mr. Dooley in peace 

and war. 1899 817 D92 

Mr. Dooley in the hearts of his 

countrymen. 1899 .817 D92m 

Mr. Dooley 's philosophy. 1900.. 817 D92p 
Field, Eugene. Sharps and flats. 

2v. 1900 817 F4o 

Field, Kate. Hap-hazard. 1873.. 817 F456 
Hill, A. F. John Smith's funny ad- 
ventures on a crutch. 1869. ...817 H55 
Holley, Mrs. Marietta. Josiah 

Allen's wife. 1895 817 Hi2 

My opinions and Betsy Bobbet's. 

817 172111 

Samantha among the colored folks. 

..817H72S 

Samantha at Saratoga 817 H72sa 

Samantha at the world's fair. .817 H72sf 

Holmes, O. W. Autocrat of the 

breakfast table. 1859 517 H73 

Over the teacups. 1893 817 H73o 

Poet at the breakfast table. 1872. 

817H73P 

Professor at the breakfast table. 

1860 817H73pr 

Soundings from the Atlantic. . .817 H73s 



House-boat on the Styx. 1896. .817 B22h 

Idiot. 1895 817 B22i 

Mr. Bonaparte of Corsica. 1895.817 B22m 
Pursuit of the house-boat. 1897 .817 B22p 
Bhowne, C. F. Complete works of 

Artemus Ward. 1899 817 B81 

His travels. 1865 817 B81h 

Burdette, R. J. Chimes from a 

jester's bells. 1899 817 B89 

Rise and fall of the mustache. 

1877 817B89r 

Clarke, C.H. Random shots. 1878.817 C54 
Clemens> S. L. Connecticut yankee 

in King Arthur's court. 1891. .817 C59 
Following the equator. 1897 . ...817 C59f 



and Newstead abbey. 1883. . . .817 Ir8 
Adventures of Captain Bonneville. 

1856 817lr8a 

Alhambra. 1883 817 IrSal 

Bracebridge hall. 1885 817 Hb 

Conquest of Granada. 1856 817 Ir8c 

Knickerbocker history of New 

York. 1897 817 Ir8k 

Mahomet and his successors. 2v. 

1855 817lr8m 

Sketch-book of Geoffrey Crayon. 

18;''>9 817Ir8sk 

Tales of a traveller 817 IrSt 

Wolfert's roost. 1855 817 Ir«w 

(uid otlurs. Salmagundi 817 IrSs 



Innocents abroad. 1870 817 C59i I Jarrold, Krnest. Mickey Finn 



Life on the Mississippi. 1896. . .817 r:59 1 



idvUs. 1899 817 J29 



Roughing it. 1872 817 0'59r I KiSER, S. E. Georgie. 1900 817 K64 

Sketches. 1880 817 C59s ' Landdn, M. D. Saratoga in 1901. 

CozzENS, F. S. Sayings wise and ' 1872 817 L23 

otherwise. 1880 817 C83 Locke, D. R. "Swingin round the 

Sparrowgrass papers. 1869 817 C83s ' cirkU'." 1867 817 L79 



LITERATURE. 



69 



M. K. N. pepper and 

ond iments. m'yd 817 M83 

'. Guest at the Ludlow. 

817 N98 

)f England. 1896 817 N98e 

)f the U.S.... 817N98h 

V. Peck^s fan. 1880.. .817 P^'S 
K J. D. Comic history of 

S. 1870 817 Sho 

i, B. P. Life and sayings 

Partington. 1854 817 Sh6 

onian patchwork. 1873.817 Sh6p 

P. Letters of Peregrine 

. 1869 817 Up8 

C. D. Backlog studies. 

817 W24 

. 1874 817 W24b 

ler in a garden. 1871. .817 W24m 

N LETTERS AND MISCEL- 
LANY. 

IN, and Adams, Abigail. 
ir letters during the Rev- 

. 1876 816 Ad 1 

B. Bachelor bluff. 188L 

818 B88 

,W. E.,a/i4 Aiken, Lucy. 
pondence. 1826-42. 1874.. 816 C36 
M. Looking toward sun- 

66 818 C43 

<IRY. Private correspond- 

ia55 816 C57 

, Benjamin. Poor Rich- 

Imanack. 1899 818 F8r) 

, .7. A. Garfield's words. 

818 G18 

^, Thomas. Memoir, cor- 
ienceand miscellany. 3v. 

". 816135 

W. W. Views on vexed 

)ns. 1881 818 K61 

, D. G. Dream life. . . .818 M69 
of a bachelor. 1893. . .818 M69r 

idles. 1867 818 M69ru 

i at Edge wood. im'). .818 iM69w 
Theodore. Critical and 
aneous writings. 1856. .818 P22 
.Tames. Russet leaves. 

818 P96 

\RBD, cd. Correspondence 
American revolution. 4v. 
816 Sp2 



Stowe, H. B. Chimney corner. 

1868 818 St7 

Talmage, T. D. Crumbs swept up. 

1870 818 T14 

Taylor, B. F. January and June. 

1868 816 T21 

Thoreau, H. D. Cape Cod. 1865.. 818 T39 

Excursions. 1866 818 T39e 

Letters. 1865 818 T39 1 

Maine woods. 1866 818 T39m 

Walden. 1866 818 T39w 

Week on the (^kmcord and Merri- 
mack rivers 818 T39we 

Yankee in Canada. 1866 818 T39y 

Webster, Daniel. Private corres- 
pondence 2v. 1851 816 W39 

Wirt, William. Letters of the 

British spy. 1836 816 W74 

ENGLISH LITERATURE. 

Bayne, Peter. Essays in biogra- 
phy and criticism. 1858 820.4 R34 

Beers, H. A. Outline sketch of 

English literature. 1891 . . . .820.9 B39 

Brooke, S. A. Tennyson: his art 

and relation to modern life. 1894. 
821T25y 

and Carpenter, G. R. English 

literature. 1900 820.9 B79 

Beowulf. 

Beowulf, ed. by Hall. 1892 . . . .829 B45 
Chambers, Robert, ed. Cyclope- 
dia of English literature. 2 v. 
18i% R 820 C35 

Chateaubriand, F. A. R. English 

literature. 2 v. 1837 820 C39 

Cleveland, C. D. English litera- 
ture of the nineteenth century. 

1867 820.9 C59 

Craik, G. L. English literature. 2v. 

1863 820.9 C84 

Manual of English literature. 

1867 820.9 C84m 

Cross, W. L. Development of the 

English novel. 1899 823 C88 

Disraeli, Isaac. Amenities of lit- 
erature. 2 V. 18(>6 820.4 D63 

Calamities and quarrels of au- 
thors. 2 V. ims 820.4 D6.3c 

Curiosities of literature. 4 v. 

18;56 820.4 D63cu 

DuNLOP, John. Historv of fiction. 

2 V. 1842 823 D92 



e 



LITERATURE. 



Ellis, George. Early English 
metrical romances. 3 v. 1805. 
820.9 El") 

Field, Kate. Pen photographs of 
Charles Dickens's readings. 1871. 
823 F45 

Forsyth, William. Novels and 
novelists of the eighteenth cen- 
tury. 1871 823 F77 

Fraser, John. Chaucer to Ix)ng- 

fellow. 2 V. 1887 820.4 F8l> 

GosSE, Edmund. Eighteenth cen- 
tury literature. 1891 820.9 G69 

Halleck, R. p. History of English 

literature. 1900 820.9 H15 

Harrison. Frederick. Studies in 

early Victorian literature. 1895. 

820.4 H24 

Tennyson, Ruskin, Mill and other 

literary estimates. 1900. .820.4 H24t 
Hart, J. S. English literature. 1872. 

820.9 H25 

Hyde, Douglas. Literary history 

of Ireland. 1899 820.9 H99 

Jusserand, J. J. Literary history 

of the English people, v. 1. 1895. 

820.9 J98 

Lanier, Sidney. English novel. 

1897 82:iL27 

Luce, Morton. Hand book to the 

works of Alfred Tennyson. 1897. 

821 T2;')y 

Lyly, John. Euphues. 18fi8 823 L98 

Mills, Abraham. Literature of 

Great Britain and Ireland. 2v. 

1858 820.9 M59 

Mitchell, D. G. English lauds, 

letters and kings. 4v. 1895. .820.9 M09 
Moulton, R. G. Four years of 



Puttenham, George. Art of Eng- 
lish poesie. 1869 821.1 P»B 

Reed, Henry. Lectures on the 

British poets. 2v. 1867. .. .821.1 R25 

Richardson, A. S. Familiar talks 
on English literature. 1881. .820.9 R39 

Saintsbury, George. English lit- 
erature. 1780-1860. 1891.... 820.4 Sa2 
Essays on Elizabethan literature. 

82a9Sa2 

History of nineteenth century lit- 
er.iture. 1780-1895 820.9 Sa2n 

Shairp, J. C. Studies in poetry and 
philosophy. 1880 821.1 Sh2 

Shaw. T. B. Outlines of English 
literature. 1856 .820.9 Sh2 

Stedman, E. C. Victorian poets. 
1894 821.1 St3 

Stephens, Leslie. Hours in a 
library. 1875 820.4St4 

SWINTON, WlLLIAM,arMi CATHCART, 

G. R. e(i. Seven British classics. 

1880 820.08Sw6 

Taine, H. a. History of English 

literature. 2v. 1873 820.9 T13 

Tuckerman, Bayard. History of 

English prose fiction. 1881 .... 823 TT9 
Underwood, F. H. Handbook of 

English literature. 1879 .... 820.9 Un2 
Van Dyke, Henry. Poetry of Ten- 
nyson. 1898 821 T25yv 

Walker, Hugh. Greater Victorian 

poets. 1895 821.1 W15 

Ward, T. H. English poets. 4v. 

1893 821.1 W21 

Webbe, William. Discourse on 

English poetry. 1870 821.1 W38 

Whipple, E. P. Literature of the 

aire of Elizabeth. 1869 820.4 W5' 



novel reading. 1896 823 M8G Wilson, F. M. Primer on Brown- 

I ing. 1891 821 B822y* 



NOURSE, Robert. Plain 1 ectures on 

the Pilgrim's progress. 1878. .823 NH.") 

Orr, 3f /vs. Sutherland. Hmdbook 
to the works of Robert Brown- 
ing. 1896 821 B822y 

Philipson, David. Jew in English 

fiction. 1889 823 Pr>3 

Pierce, G. A. Dickens' dictionary. 

1872-. R823 P(>1 

PORTER, Charlotte, awl Clarke, 
H. a. Browning study pro- 



ENGLISH POETRY. 

Ak?:nside, Mark. Poetical works. 

18;')4 821Alf3 

Arnold, Edwin. Light of Asia. 

1880 821 Ar« 

Light of the world. 1891 821 Ai^^ 

Pearls of iht- faith. 1883 821 Ar6P 

Arnold, Matthew. New poems. 

18(>7 821 Ar65n 



grammes. 1900 821 BS22yp I^oems. 19(K) 821 Ar€5 



LITERATURE. 



71 



AUSTIN, Alfred. England's dar- 
ling. 1896 821 Au7 

English lyrics. 1896 821 Au7e 

AYTOUN, W. E. and Martin, Theo 
DOBE, ed. Book of ballads. 1852. 

821 Ay9 

Bailey, P. J. Angel world. 1^50.821 B 15 

Festus. laVi 821 B15f 

Beattie, James. Poetical works. 

im 821 B38 

BiCKERSTETH, E. H. Two brothers. 

1871 821 B47 

Yesterday, today and forever. 1870. 

821B47y 

Boner, Charles. New dance of 

death. 1857 821 B64 

Browning, Mrs. E. R Complete 

poetical works. 1900 821 B82 

Ust poems. 1863 821 B82 1 

Poems. 4v. 1863 821 B82p 

Browning, Robert, Aristophanes' 

apology. 1875 821 B822a 

Balaustion's adventure. 1871 .821 B822b 
('hrlstmas-eve and Blaster day men 

and women. 1888 821 B822c 

Ion album. 1876 821 B822i 

Poems. 2v. 1895 821 B822 

Ring and the book. 2v 821 B822r 

BccHANAN, R. W. London poems. 

1867 821B8;5 

Bi:rns, Robert. Poems 821 B93 

BPTLER, Samuel. Poetical works. 

2\\ 1853 821 B97 

Byron, G. G. N. Lord. Poetical 

works. 1875 821 B99 

<^'AMPBELL, Thomas. Complete 

poetical works. 1854 821 C15 

C'hatterton, Thomas, Poetical 

works. 2v. 1857 821 C39 

Chaucer, Geoffrey. Canterbury 

tales 821 C395c 

Poetical works. 8v. 1854 821 C395 

<^'H1LD, F. J. Ballads 821.08 C43 

Churchill, Charles. Poetical 

works. 3v. 1854 821 C47 

Plough, A. H. Poems. 1895. . . .821 (M)2 

Coleridge, S. T. Poetical and dra- 
matic works. 1860 821 CH7 

Collins, William. Poetical works. 

ia53 821C(>9 

Colman, George. Broad grins. 

1839 821 C7l 



CowPEH, William. Poetical works. 

3v. ia53 821 C8:{ 

Croker, T. C. Popular songs of 

Ireland. 1886 821.08 C'87 

Donne, John. Poetical works. 1855. 

821 D71 

Dryden, John. Poetical works. 

1854 821 084 

Eliot, George. Legend of Jubal 

and other poems. 1874 821 E14 

Spanish gypsy. 1868 821 E14s 

Falconer, William. Poetical 

works. 1854 821 F18 

Gay, John. Poems. 2v. 1854. ..821 G2;3 

Goldsmith, Oliver. Poetical 

works. ia53 821 G57 

Gray, Thomas. Poetical works. 

1853 821 G79 

Hemans, Mrs F. D. (B). Poetical 

works. ia'>6 821 H37 

Herbert, George. Poetical works. 

1855 821 H41 

Temple 821 H41t 

Herrick, Robert. Hesperides. 2v. 

1856 821 H4:{ 

Hood, Thomas. Poetical works. 4v. 

1854-56 821 H7(5 

Howard, Henry. Poetical works. 

1854 821 H8.T 

HowiTf, Mrs. Miry (B). Poetical 

works. 1849 821 HH4 

Ingelow, Jean. Poems. 1866. . .821 ln4 

Keats, John. Endymion and other 

poems 821 K22e 

Poetical works. 1854 821 K22 

Kingsley, Charles. Poems. 18;')6.821 Kr)5 
Kipling, Rudyard. Ballads and 

barrack-room ballads- 1898. .821 K«2b 

Seven seas. 1897 821 K62s 

Lltcas, E. V. comp. Open road. 

1900 821. DHL m 

Lytton, E. G. Bulwer-. Last Uiles 

of Miletus. 1866 821 L99 

Lytton, E. R. Bulwer- Fables 

in song. 1874 821 L992f 

Lucile. 1888 821 L!m2 1 

New poems. 2v. imS 821 L9!)2n 

Poetical works. 1880 H21 L992 

Macaclay, T. B. Lays of ancient 

Rome. 18J)4 821 Mil 

.McDonald, George. Hidden life. 

1872 821 M14 






LITERATURE. 



Within and without. 1872. . . .821 M14w 

Mackay, Charles. Thousand and 

one gems of poetry 821.08 M19 

Marvel, Andrew. Poetical worlts. 

1857 821 M36 

Massey, Gerald. Poems and bal- 
lads. 1854 821 M38 

Milton, John. Complete poetical 

works. 4v. 1865 821 M64 

Paradise lost. 1850 821 M64p 

Moore, Thomas. Lalla Rookh. 

1866 821M781 

Poetical works. 6v. 1856 821 M78 

Morris, William. Defense of 

Guenevere. 1875 821 M83 

Earthly paradise. 4v. 1874 ... 821 M83e 
Life and death of Jason. 1867. .821 M83 1 

Ossian. Poems. 1864 821 Os7 

Parnell, Thomas. Poetical works. 

1854 821 P24 

Parton, James, ed» Humorous po- 
etry from Chaucer to Saxe. 1867. 
82L08P25 

Percy, Thomas, ed Reliques of 
ancient English poetry. 3v. 
1823 821.08 P41 

Phillips, Stephen. Poems. 1900.821 P54 

POLLOK, Robert. Course of time. 821 P76 

Pope, Alexander. Poetical works. 

1&'55 821 P81 

Praed, W. M. Poems. 2v. 185(5... 821 P88 
Prior, Matthew. Poetical works. 

2v. 1853 821 P93 

Procter, A. A. Poems. 1872 .... 821 P94 
Proct'er, B. W. Marcian Colonna. 

1820 821 P942m 

Poems. 2v. 1857 821 P942 

Rossetti, C. G. Poems. 1895 . . . .821 K73 
ROSSETTI, D. G. Poetical works. .821 R732 
Scott, Sir Walter. Lady of the 

lake 821Sco81 

Marmion. 1843 821 Sco8m 

Poetical works 821 Sco8 

Rokeby 821 Sco8r 

Shelley, P. B. Poetical work*. 

3v. 1864 821 Sh4 

Skelton, John. Poetic works. 3v. 

1856 821 Sk2 

Smith, Alexander. Poems. 1853.821 Sm5 
SouTHEY, Robert, Joan of Arc . . 821 So8 
Spencer, Edmund. Poetical works. 

5v. 185;5 821 Sp93 



Stedman, E. C. Victorian anthol- 
ogy. 1896 821.(» S«J 

Stevenson, R. L. Poems and bal- 
lads. 1896 821 Sti 

Swinburne, A. V. Selections. 1884. 

821 Sw6 

Tennyson, Alfred. Complete 

works. 1893 821 T25 

Enoch Arden. 1866 821T25e 

Gareth and Ly nette. 1872 821 r25g 

Holy grail. 1870 821 r25h 

Idyls of the king. 1860 821 T25i 

In memoriam. ia56 821 T25ln 

Last tournament. 1872 821 T25 1 

Thomson, James. Poetical works. 

2v. 1854 821 T36 

Seasons 821 T368 

TUPPER, M. F. Complete poetical 

works. 1885. 821 T83 

Hactenus. 1848 821T83h 

Proverbial philosophy. 1846. ..821 T83p 
Vaughan, Henry. Sacred poems. 

1856 821 V46 

Ward, Thomas, f^ngland's reform- 
ation. 1825 821 W212 

Watts, Isaac. Horas lyrlcae and 

divine songs. 1854 821 W34 

White, W.K. Poetical works. 1854. 

821 W58 

Wordsworth, William. Poetical 

works. 7v. 1854 821 W89 

Wyatt, Sir Thomas. Poetical 

works. 1854 821 W97 

Young, Edward. Poems. 2v. 1854.. 821 Y8 

ENGLISH DRAMA. 

Baillie, Joanna. Dramatic and 

poetical works. 1853 822 B15 

British drama. 2v. 1859 822 BT6 

Farquhar, George. Works. 2v. 

1772 822 F23 

Hazlitt, William. View of the 

English stage. 1818 822 H33 

Heavysege, Charles. Saul. 1869. 

822 H35 

.Jonson, Ben. Works. 1855 822 J13 

Lytton, E. G. Bulwer- Drama 

andi)ooms. 1874 822 U* 

Maulowk, Christopher. Works. 

1870 822 M3i 

Massinger, Philip. Plays. 1868.822 M38 
Phillips, Stephen. Herod. 1901.822P54 



LITERATURE. 



73 



Faola and Francesca. 1900. . . .822 P54p 
a:ERiDAN, R B. Plays. 1890. . . .822 Sh5 
wviNBURNE, A. C. Atalanta in 

Calydon. 1866 822Sw6 

Chastelard. 1866 822 Sw6c 

Queen mother and Rosamond. 

1866 822 Sw6q 

ENNYSON, Alfred Lord, Harold. 

1877 822 T25 

Queen Mary. 1875 822 T25q 



SHAKSPERE. 

SAKSPERE, William. Works.. 822.. 33 Ja 
New variorum edition by Fumess. 

12v. 1899 822.33 qJf 

Works, ed by Knigrht 822.33 Jk 

Works, ed. by Rolfe. 20v. 1892-93. 

822.33 Jr 

Works, ed, by White. 12v. 1868. 

822.:i3Jw 

Dramatic works. 4v. 1868 822.33J 

Reprint of his comedies, histories 

and trag^edies as put forth in 

1623. 1864 822.33 I 

Poems. 1856 822.33 L 

As you like it. (Temple ed,) 1900. 

822.33 03t 

Hamlet. ( Temple ed), 1900. . .822.33 S7t 

Julius Caesar. (Temple ed,) 1899. 

822..33Tlt 

Macbeth. (Temple ed,) 1900. .822.-33 T5t 

Merchant of Venice. (Temple ed,) 

1898 822.33 P3t 

Othello. ( Temple ed, ) 1899 . . .822.33 T7t 

BBOTT, E. A. Shaksperian gram- 
mar. 1897 822.,33 G 

RINK, Bernhard Ten. Five lec- 
tures on Shakspere. 1895 822.33 D 

UCKNILL, J. C. Mad folk of Shaks- 
pere. 1867 822.33 Ob 

LARKE, Mrs, Mary CX)\;^rDEN- Com- 
plete concordance to Shakspere. 
1872 822..33qGc 

ORBIN, John. Elizabethan Ham- 
let. 1895 822.33 S7y 

ONNELLY, Ignatius. Great cryp- 
togram. 1880 822.,33 q A 

OWDEN, Edward. Shakspere. 

1880 822. .^3 Dd 



Dyer, T. F. T. Folklore of Shaks- 
pere. 1884 822.33 F 

Fleming, W. H. How to study 

Shakspere 822.33 E 

FURNESS, Mrs. H. H. Concordance 

to Shakspere *B poems. 1874.. 822.33 qOf 

Gervinus, G. G. Shakspere com- 
mentaries. 1887 822.33 Dg 

Hazlitt, William. Lectures on 
age of Elizabeth and characters 
of Sbakspere's plays. 1892. ...822.33 C 

HoLBiES, Nathaniel. Authorship 

of Shakspere. 1882 822.33 Ah 

Hudson, H. N. Lectures on Shaks- 
pere. 2v. 1848 822.33 Dh 

Shakspere, his life, art and charac- 
ters. 2v. 1880 822.33 Dhu 

Hugo, Victor. William Shakspere. 

1891 822.33 B 

Jameson, Mrs. A. B. (M). Charac- 
teristics of women 822.33 Dj 

Lee, Sidney. Life of William 

Shakspere. 1899 822.33 Bl 

Lewes, Louis. Women of Shaks- 
pere. 1895 822.33 Dl 

MouLTON, R. G. Shakspere as a 

dramatic artist. 1893 822.33 Dm 

Naylor, E. W.- Shakspere and 

music. 1896 822.33 Fn 

Plutarch. Selections from his 
lives which illustrate Shaks- 
pere's plays. 1875 822.33 Op 

Smith, G. A. Compendium and con- 
cordance of Shakspere. 1889 . 822. 33 Gs 

Snider, D. J. Shaksperian drama: 

comedies. 1887 822.33 Ds 

Shaksperian drama: histories. 

1889 822.,33Dsh 

Shaksperian drama: tragedies. 

1887 822.33 Dst 

Warner, B. E. English history in 

Shakspere 's plays. 1894 ... .822.33 Dw 

Warner, C. D. People for whom 

Shakspere wrote. 1897 822. .33 Fw 

Wendell, Barrett. William 

Shakspere. 1894 822. ,33 Dwt* 

Wing ate, C. E. L. Shakspere 's 

heroes on the stage. 18iK). . 822.,33 Gw 
Shakspere 's heroines on the stage. 

1895 822..33Gwi 



74 



LITERATURE. 



ENGLISH ESSAYS. 



Addison, Joseph, and others. Sir 

Rogerly de Coverly . 1890 ... 834 Ad2si 

Spectator. 1853 824q Ad2sp 

Arnold, Matthew. Culture and 

anarchy. 1883 824 Ar6 

Discourses in America. 1885. .824 Ar6d 

Essays in criticism. 1866 824 Ar6e 

Mixed essays. 1883 824 Ar6m 

On the study of Celtic literature. 

1883. . . /. 824 Ar6o 

Boyd, A. K. H. Autumn holidays of 

a country parson. 1885 824 B69 

Everyday philosopher in town and 

country. 1863 824 B69e 

Recreations of a country parson. 

1862 824B69r 

Brown, John. Spare hours. 3v. 

1883 824 B81 

Buckle, H. T. Essays. 1863. . . .824 B85 
Bullen, F. T. Idylls of the sea. 

1899 824 B87 

Carlyle, Thomas. Critical and 

miscellaneous essays. 1855 824 C 19 

Heroes, hero-worship and the he- 
roic in history. 1886 824 ClOh 

Later-day pamphlets. 1872 824 C19 1 

Past and present chartism. 1856. 

824C19p 

Sartor Resartus. 1886 824 C19s 

Chalmers, Alexander, ed, Brit- 
ish essayists. Adventure, ."iv. 

1855. 824C35a 

Connoisseur. 2v 824 C'35c 

Idler 824 C35i 

Looker-on. 3v 824 C35 1 

Lounger. 2v 824 C35 lo 

Mirror. 2v? 824 a'ym 

Observer. 3v 824 ('35o 

Rambler. 3v 824 C,r)r 

World. 3v 824 C35w 

Cowley, Abraham. Plssays. 1869.. 824 C83 
Craik, Mrs, D. M. (M.) Sermons 

out of church. 1875 824 C:84s 

Studies from 1 ife. 1867 824 C84st 

De Quincey, Thomas. Autobio- 
graphical sketches. 1856 824 D44 

Avenger. 1866 824 n44a 

Beauties selected from his writ- 
ings. 1866 824 D44b 

Biographical essays. 1854 824 D44bi 

Caesars. 1854 824 D44c 



Confessions of an English opium 

eater. 1856 824D44<o 

Essays on philosophical writers. 

2v. ia56 824 D44e 

Essays on poets. 1855 824 T)44es 

Historical and critical e^savs. 2v. 

ia56 .\ . . .824 Emh 

Letters to a young man. 1856. .824 D44 1 

Literary reminiscences. 2v. 1854. 

824D441i 

Logic of political economy. 1868. 

824D4410 

Memorials. 2 v. 1856 824 m4m 

Miscellaneous essays. 1854. . .824 D44ii:k i 
Narrative and miscellaneous pa- 
pers. 2v. ia54 824IM*« 

Note-book of an English opium- 
eater. 1855 824 D44r^c 

Theological essays. 2v. 1854 . . 824 D4^ t 
Eliot, George, pseud. Essays and 

leaves from a note book. 1884. .824 Cl^ 
Impressions of Theopbrastus Such. 

1879 824El-i'i 

Elizabeth and her German garden. 

1899. 824 El -* - 

Famous pamphlets. 1890 824 FzZ 1 

Foster, John. Critical essays. 2v. 

1856 \ 824 F^l 

Froude, J. A. Short studies on great 

subjects. 4v. 1883 824 F^-^ 

Goldsmith, Oliver. Miscellaneous 

works. 4v. 1854 824 G*^*^ 

Grahame, Kenneth. Dream days. 

18^9 !.824G7<i 

Golden age. 1899 824 G7tJ#? 

Pagan papers. 1900 824 G7t>P 

Greg, W. H. Enigmas of life. 1873..824G«^ 
Literary and social judgments. 

1873 824G861 

Hazlitt, William. Round table. 

1877 824 H33 

Table-talk. 1845 824 H33t 

Helps, Sir Arthur, Friends in 

council. 2v. 1861 824 H3() 

Social pressure. 1875 824 H36s 

Hewlett, M. n. Earthwork out of 

Tuscany. 1899 824 H49 

Hunt, Leigh. Men, women and 

books. 2v. 1847 824 H91 

(The) seer. 2v. 1865. 824 H91s 

Wishing-cap papers. 1873. . . .824 H91w 
.Jameson, Mrn. A. R (M.) Memoirs 

and essays. 1841) 824 J24 



LITERATURE. 



75 



JOHNSON, Samuel. Works. 2v. 

ia56 824 JG3 

KiNGSLEY, Charles. Sir Walter 

Raleigh and his time. 1^59.. .824 KGl 
Lamb, Charles. Eliana. 1866.824 L16e 

Works. 2v. 1855. 824 LI 6 

Lang, Andrew. Letters to dead 

authors. 1893 824 L25 

Lubbock, Sir John. Pleasures of 

life. 1888 824 L96 

Lyttox, E. G. Bulwer- Critical 

and miscellaneous writings. 2v. 

1841 824 L99 

Student. 1860 824 L99s 

Macaulay, T. B. Essays. 5v. 1^56.824 Mil 
Assays on Milton and Addison. 

1893 824Mllm 

^AGiNN, William. Odoherty 

pajiers. 2v. 1855 824 M27 

ffi^D, E. D. Philosophy of Carlyle. 

1881 824 M46 

Hi^nell, Mrs. Alice (T.). (The) 

children. 1897 824 M57 

l^X., J. S. Dissertations and dis- 
cussions. 5v. 1875 824 M59 

X^ ler, Hugh. Essays. 1865 ... 824 M61 
Macaulay on Scotland. 1857. ..824 M61m 
^ J^TON, John. Prose works. 7v. 

1806 824 M64 

^^^NTEZ, Lola. Lectures 824 M76 

^Octer, B. W. Essays and tales 

in prose. 2v. 1853 824 P94 

»<>BERTSON, F. W. Lectures on lit- 
erary and social subjects. 1866. 

824 R54 

^TJSKiN, John. Crown of wild 

olive. 1866 824 R89 

Sesame and lilies. 1867 824 R89s 

Time and tide. 1868 824 R89t 

Seeley, J. R. Roman imperialism 

and other essays. 1871 824 Se3 

Shaylor, Joseph, ed. Saunterings 

in bookland. 1899 824 Sh2 

Smith, Sydney. Works. 1865. .824 Sm6 

Solitary summer. 1899 824 E142s 

Stevenson, R. L. Across the plains. 

1892 824St48 

Familiar studies of men and books. 

1894 824St48f 

Virginibus pueresque. 1893 ... 824 St48v 
W^iLSON, John. Recreations of 

Christopher North. 1856 ....824W69 



ENGLISH ORATORY AND LETTERS. 

Adams, C. K. Representative Brit- 
ish orations. .3v. 1897 825 Ad 1 

Brougham. H. P. Lord. Letters 

and speeches. 2v. 1846 825 B79 

Carlyle, Thomas. Oliver Crom- 
well's letters and speeches. 2v. 

ia55 826C192 

and Emerson, R. W, Corres- 
pondence. 2v. 1883 826 C193 

Erskine, Thomas, Lord. Speeches. 

4v. 1871 825 Er8 

HOLCOMBE, J. P. ed. Literature in 

letters. 1870 826 H69 

Lamb, Charles. Literary sketches 

and letters. 1849 826 L16 

Macaulay, T. B. Speeches. 1853..825 Mil 

Montagu, M. W. Lidy. Letters 

and works. 2v. 1837 826 M76 

Modern orator: celebrated speeches 
of Fox, Chatham, Sberidan, Er- 
skine and Burke. 2v. 1848.. 825 qM72 

Paston letters, ed by Fenn. 1859. .826 P26 

Plunket, W. C. baron. Speeches 

at the bar. 1867 825 P74 

Rogers, Henry, ed. Greyson let- 
. ters. ia56 826 R726 

ENGLISH SATIRE AND HUMOR 

Barham, R. H. Ingoldsby legends. 

1866 827 B23 

Burton, W. E. Cyclopedia of wit 

and humor. 2v. 1866 827 qB95 

Hazlitt, William. Lectures on 
the English comic writers and 

the English poets. 1854 827 H33 

Hood, Thomas. Choice works. 4v. 

1856 827 H76 

Jerome, J. K. Idle thoughts of an 

idle fellow. 1890 827 J48 

Second thoughts of an idle fellow. 

1898 827 J48s 

Sketches in lavender, blue and • 

green. 1897 827 J48sk 

Three men in a boat 827 J48t 

Three men on wheels. 1900. . .827 J48th 
Jerrold, Douglas. Mrs. Caudle's 

curtain lectures. 1865 827 J482 

J VNITJ s, pseiid. Letters. 2v. 1855.. 827 J95 
Swift, Jonathan. Gulliver's trav- 
els. 1890 827 Sw5^ 



76 



LITERATURE. 



Poetical works. 3v. 1853 827 Sw5 

Works 827 Sw5w 

ENGLISH MISCELLANY. 

Blanchard L a m a n. Sketches 

from life. 3v. 1849.... 828 B59 

Brougham, John. Basket of chips. 

1855 828 B79 

Chambers, William. Miscellany of 
useful and entertaining knowl- 
edge. lOv 828 C35 

Papers for the people. 6v. ia51..828 C35p 

Coleridge, S. T. Poetical and dra- 
matic works. 7 V. 1860 828 C67 

Foster, John. Life and thoughts. 

1850 828 F81 

Gascoigne, George. Complaynt 

of Philomene. 1808 828 G21 

Howell, James. Instructions for 

forreine travel. 1869 828 H83 

Landon, L. E. Complete works. 

ia54 828qL23 

Landor, W. S. Imaginary conver- 
sations. 1876 828 L235 

Selections. 1^56 828 L235s 

Milton, John. Treasures from his 

prose writings. 1866 828 M64 

More, Hannah. Works. 2v. 1855.. 828 M81 

Percy, Reuben and Percy, Shol- 

TO. Percy anecdotes. 1868. . .828 P41 

Reade, Charles. Eighth com- 
mandment. 1860 828 R22 

Rogers, Samuel. Table-talk. 1856. 

828 R63 

Saunders, Frederick. Salad for the 

solitary and the social. 1872. .828 Sa8 

Selden, JOHN. Table-talk. I860.. 828 Se4 

SouTHEY, Robert. Common-place 

book. 2v. 1855 828 So8 

Doctor. 1856 828 So8d 

Wellington, A. W., Duke of. 

Words. 1869 828 W46 

Wilson, John, Maginn, J. G. and 
LOCKHART, J. H. Noctes am- 
brosianffi. 5v. 1855 828 W69 

GERMAN LITERATURE. 

Ambrosius, Johanna. Poems. 

1887 831 Ami 

AUERSPERG, A. A. VON, count. (An- 

astasius Grun.) Last knight, ir. 

bv Sargent. 1871 831 Au3 



Blackie, J. S. Wisdom of Goethe. 

1883 838 B56 

G^the, J. W. VON. Conversations 
of Gdthe with Eck rmann and 

Soret. 1892 ". 836 G71c 

Correspondence with a child. 1859. 

836 G71 

Dramatic works 832G71d 

Faust, (r. by Taylor. 1881 832G71f 

Herman and Dorothea. 1870. .831 G71h 
Poems, tr, by Bowring. 1881 ... .832 G71 

Heine, Heinrioh. Poems, tr. by 

Bowring. 1878 831 H36 

HOSMER, J. K. Short history of Ger- 
man literature. .1879 830.9 H79 

Humboldt, P. H. A. von. Letters 
to Varnhagan von Ense, tr, by 
Kapp. 1860 836 H88 

Japp, a. H. German life and liter- 
ature 830.4 J27 

Lessing. G. E. Nathan the wise, tr, 

by Frothingham. 1868 832 L5(J 

MCller, F. M. Chips from a Ger- 
man workshop. 1876 834 M91 

SCHERER, WiLHELM. History of 
German literature. 2v. tr, by 
Conybeare. 1890 8.30.9 Sch2 

Schiller, Friedrich von. Works. 

4v. 1853 832Sch3 

Poems, tr. by Bowring. 1874. . . .831 Scli3 

TAYrx)R, Bayard. Studies in Ger- 
man literature. 1880 830.9 r21 

Wells, B. W. Modern German lit- 
erature, 1895 830 W4t) 

FRENCH LITERATURE. 

Balzac, Honore de. Letters to 

Madame Hanska. 1900 846 B21 

Beranger, ,T. P. DE. Lyrical poems, 

tr. by Young. 1857 841 B45 

Besant, Walter. French humor- 
ists. 1874 840.4 B4« 

Blaze de Bury, Yetta. French 

literature of today. 1898 840.4 B61 

Blouet, Paul. Enj^lish pharisees 

and French eiocodiles. 1892. .847 3^ 

Boileau, Nicolas. Oeuvres. 1856.847 B63 

Bruneti^re, Ferdinand. E^ssays 

in French literature. 1898... .844 B83 

Chateaubriand, Francois- Au- 
guste Reni^.. Genie de Chris- 
tianismo. Ov. 1802 848 C39 



LITERATURE. 



77 



RNEiLLE, Pierre. (The) Cld..842 C81c 

Deuvres. 12v. 1824 842 C81 

HJMic, Ren6. CJontemporary 

French novelists. 1899 843 D71 

>WDEN, Edward. History of 

French literature. 1897 840. 9 D75 

tEYFUs, IRMA. Lectures on 

French literature. 1896 840.4 D82 

INELON, FRANgOIS DE SALIQNAC 

DE LA MOTHE. Les aventures 

de Telemaque. 1865 843 F35 

SHER, Mary. Group of French 
critics. 1897 840.4 F53 

rfeRiN, Eugenie de. Letters. ..843 G93 

UEFFER, Francis. Troubadours. 
1878 849.1 H87 

UGO, Victor. Dramatic works, tr. 

by Slous. 1887 842 H87 

^MEs, Henry. French poets and 

novelists. 1893 840.4 J23 

>UBERT, Joseph. "Thoughts.*' 

tv. by Calvert. 1867 844 J82 

^ PoNTAiN, Jean de. Ouevres. 
6v. 1827 841 L13 

^tJN, Henri van. History of 
French literature. 3v. 1877. .840.9 L37 

Mercier, N. L. Cours analytique 
de litterature. v. 4. 1817 844 L54 

TTHEWS, Brander. French dra- 
matists of the nineteenth cen- 
tury. 1891 840.9 M43 

I-lfeRE, J. B. P. Plays. 1887. .842 M73 

Ktaigne, M. E. DE. Works 844 M76 

5*OLEON I. Table-talk and opin- 
ions. 1869 848 N16 

t-LESSiER, Georges. Literary 
movement in France during the 
nineteenth century. 1897 840.9 P36 

Belais, FRANgoiS. Works. 2v. 
ia59 847 Rll 

^ciNE, Jean. Dramatic works: a 

metrical English version. 2v. 

1890 842 Rll 

2MUSAT, Mme. C. E. J. Letters, 

1804-13, tr. by Hoey 846 R28 

^t), Edouard (La) course a la 

mort. 1891 843 R61 

(Le) sens de la vie. 1897 843 R61s 

OSTAND, Edmond. Cyrano de Ber- 

gerac. 1898 842 R73 

L'Aiglon. 1900 842 R73 1 

aintb-Beuve, C. a. Monday chats; 

tr, by Mathews. 1878 844 Sa2 



Saintsbury, George. Essays on 

French novelists. 1891 843 Sa2 

Short history of French literature. 

1892 840.9 Sa2 

S^viGN^, Mme, de. Letters. 1856.. 846 Se8 

Smith, J. H. Troubadours at home. 

2v. 18fi9 849.1 Sm5 

Vincent, L. H. Hotel de Rambouil- 

let and the Precieuses. 1900.. 840 V74h 

Voltaire, F. M. A. de. Zadig and 

other tales. 1891 843 V88 

Warren, F. M. Primer of French 

literature. 1893 840.9 W25 

Wells, B. W. Modern French lit- 
erature. 1896 840.9 W46 

ITALIAN AND SPANISH LITERA- 

TURK 

BOTTA, Vincenzo. Study of Dante. 

188(i 851 D23y 

Camoens, Luis de. Lusiad, tr, by 

Mickle. 1877 869.1 C14 

Dante Aliohieri. Divine comedy, 

er. by Longfellow. 3v. 1867. .851 qD23 
New life, tr, by Norton. 1867. .851 qD23n 
Vision, tr, by Carey. 1814. ... .851 D23v 

Kelly, James Fitzmaurice- His- 
tory of Spanish literature. 1898. 
860.9 K29 

LocKHART, J. G. tr. Ancient Span- 
ish ballads. 1854 861 L81 

Manuel, Don Juan. Count Lucan- 

or, tr, by York. 1889 863 M31 

Tasso, Torquato. Jerusalem de- 
livered, tr, by Wiflfen. 1881 . . .a51 T18 

TiCKNOR, George. History of Span- 
ish literature. 3v. 1854. . . .860.9 T43 

LATIN LITERATURE. 

APULEIUS. Works. 1878 878 Ap9 

CiESAR. Commentarri. 1876 878 Cll 

Church, Alfred. Ovid. (Aru^. 

cUissicn) 871 Ov4 

Church, Alfred, and Brodribb, 

W.J. Pliny. 1872 876 P71y 

Cicero, M, T. De natura deorum, 

cd. by Stickney. 1881 875. 1 St5 

Do officiis, ed, by Crowell 875.1 C88 

Deofflciis, ed. by Thacher. 1872.875.1 T32 
De Sencctute, ed. by Anthon. 1863. 

875.1 An8 



78 



LITERATURE. 



Dialogue on old age, ed, by Allen. 

1875 875.1 A15 

M. TuUii Ciceronis ad quintem fra- 
trem dialog! tres de oratore, ed. 

by Kingsley. 1857 875.1 K61 

Scripta quae manserunt omnia, ed. 

by Klotz. 1872 875.1 K69 

Three books of offices, tr. by Ed- 
monds. 1858 875.1 C48 

Collins, W. L. 

Cicero. (Anc. classics,) 1875. 

875.1.C48y 

Li vy . ( A nc. classics, ) 1876 ... 878 L7Hy 
Virgil. (Anc. clasnics.) 1875. .873 V81y 
Da VIES, James. 

Catullus, Ti bull us and Proper- 
tius. ( A nc. classics. ) 1877 ... 874 C28 
Donne, W. B. Tacitus. (Anc. clas- 
sics.) 187.3 878 Tlly 

Horace. Carmina. 1879 874 H78 

Opera omnia. 1860 874 H78o 

Works, ed. by Anthon 874 H78a 

Works, ed. by Chase. 1873. . . .874 H78c 

Works, ed. by Lincoln 874 H78 1 

Works, tr. by Smart. 1877 874 H78.s 

Juvenal. Selections from the satires 

of Juvenal, ed. by Chase. 1876. .877 JOS 
Thirteen satires, ed. by Macleane. 

1873 \ 877 J98m 

Persius. 

and others. Satires. 1860 877 J98s 

LiVY. Historiarum libri qui super- 

sunt. 5v. 1848 ...878 L76 

Histories, ed. by Chase. 1872. . .878 L76h 

Mallock, W. H. Lucretius. (Anc. 

classics.) 1878 871 IM 

Nepos. Cornelius Nepos, ed. by Ar- 
nold. 1849 878 N34 

Ovid. Metamorphoses, ed. by 

Brooks. 1866 871 Ov4m 

Works. 2v. 1877 871 Ov4 

CURTIUS. 

and others. Selections from clas- 
sic authors, ed. by Gardner. 

1873 878 0v4g 

PHiEDRUS, Justin and Nepos. Se- 
lections from Latin classic au- 
thors, ed. by Gardiner. 1874 . . 878 P49 
QuiNTiLLiAN. Institutes of oratory. 

2v. 1892 875.6 Qu4 

Institutionem oratoriarum libri 

duodecim. 2v. 1809 . . . .875.6 Qu4 1 



SiMCOX, G. A. History of Latin lit- 
erature. 2v. 1883 870.O SN 

Tacitus. Germania and Agricola. 

1874 878 Tll^ 

Libri qni supersunt. 1857 878 TUb 

Life of Agricola, ed. by Allen. 

1880 878Tlla 

Selections from Tacitus. 1876 . . 878 Tils 

Works. 2v. 1863 878 Til 

Trollope, Anthony. Commenta- 
ries of Oesar. 1883 878 T74y 

Virgil. Aeneid, tr. by Conington.873 V81c 
Opera. 1875 873 V81o 

Works, tr. into English prose. 1870. 

873V81d 

Walpord, Edward. Juvenal. (Anc. 

classics). 1872 877 J98y 

Wilkinson, W. C. College Latin 

course in English. 1885 870 W65 

Preparatory Latin course in Eng- 
lish. 1883. 870 W65p 

GREEK LITERATURE. 

Aristophanes. Comedias. 1867.. 882 Ar^ 

Brodribb, W. J. Demosthenes. 

1887 885 D39y 

Collins, C. W. Plato (Anc. classics). 

1874 .* 888P69> 

Sophocles. 1873. (Anc classics). .S82,Sc^ 

Collins, W. L. Aristophanes. 

(Anc. classics.) 1873 882 Ai*: 

Homer: the Iliad. .(Anc classioi.) 

1874 883 H7r>. 

Homer: the Odyssey. (Anc. clas- 

aics.) 1875 883 Kl^ 

Lucian. (Anc. classics.) 1874. .888 L9S. 
Thucydides. (Anc.classics.) 1878.888T43. 
Copleston, R. S. Aeschylus. (Anc. 

classics.) 1871 882 A« 

Dalzell, Andreas, ed. Collec- 
tanea Grii^ca majora. 2v. 1845.. 880 I>^ 
Davies, James. Hesiod and The- 

ognis. (Anc. cbuisics.) 1873.883 H46y 
Demosthenes. Discourse sur la 

Couronne. 1850 SS5D39 

Orations, ^r. bv Kennedy. 2v. 1861. 

....885D3ft) 

Donne, W. B. Euripides. (Anc. 

chtssicn.) 1872 882 Eu7y 

Euripides. Alcestis. 18.34 882 Eu7a 

Works, (d. by Paley. 1860 882 Eul 

Gladstone, W. E. Juventus Mundi. 

186i) 883.1 G45 



I.ITERATURE. 



7J) 



Sir Alexander. Ari--- 

(/l«c. classics. ) 1877 . . 888 Ar4y 
on. (Anc. classii:s.) 1874.. 888 X2y 

US. Historia. 2v. 1878. .888 H43b 

1r. by Cary 888 H4.3c 

erl. by Blaicesley. 1861 . . .888 H43 

First six books of Iliad. 
883H7r)ia 

by Bryantr. 2v. 1870. .883 H7.M 
byBickley. 2v. 18:)8.883 H75ib 

. by Chapman. 18J>0 883H75ic 

. by Earl of Derby. 2v. 

883 H7r>id 

. by Owen. 1857 883 H7nio 

. by Pope. 18;54 883 H7r)ip 

878 883 H7r) 

. 1878 8^3 H75o 

. 2v. 1824 883H75op 

, tr. by Buckley. 1861.883 H75ob 
n episode of the Odyssey. 

883H75p 

[js and others. Selections 
various Greel: authors. 

888 H75 

:. Greek literature. 1878..880 J:i4 

Oration es. 1874 885 L99 

{. J. P. History of classic- 

•ek literature. 2v. 188;). .880 M27 

'\ D. Pindar. {Anc. clas- 

1897 884P65y 

Charles, Lord (ireek 
logy. [Anc. cla.^ncs). 1875. 

884.9 N27y 

Odes. tr. by Turner. ia52..884 P65 
rJorgias. ed. by Woolsey. 

888P69W 

a. Morals. 5v. 1871. . .888 P74 
S. Tragcpd ise. 1856 ... 882 So6t 
G. C. Hei*odotus. {Anc. 
K.) 1875 888H4.3y 

J. A. Studies of the 
poets. 2v. 1880 880 Sy6 

)ES. De bello Pelopon- 

0. 2v. 1880 888 T42 

1, J. T. Life and travel of 

otus. 2v. 1855 888 H43 vw 

)N, W. C. Collejje Greek 

in English. 1884 880 W65 

tory Greek course in Eng- 

1882 880 W65p 

I A. Classic literature. 
880 W58 



Xenophon. Anabasis, tr. by Owen. 

1855 888 X2a 

Institutio Cyri. 1855 888 X2i 

iMemorabilia of Socrates. 1870. .888 X2m 

Opera. .3v. 1876 888 X2 

Whole works,/?-. byC;ooper. 1852.888 X2w 

RUSSIAN, SCANDINAVIAN AND 
ORIENTAL LITERATURE. 

Aston, W. G. History of Japanese 

literature. 1899 895 As8 

DiCKiNS, F. V. Japanese lyrical 

odes. 1866 895 D56 

Hearn, Lafcadio. In ghostly 

Japan. 1899 885 H35 

Hertz, Henrik. King Rene's 

daughter, tr. bv Martin. 1867. 
: 839 82H44 

Horn, F. W. History of the litera- 
ture of the Scandinavian North. 
1895 839.5 H78 

Ibsen, Henrik. Doll's house. 1890. 

839.82 Ib7 

Little Eyolf. 1895 a39.82 Ib7 1 

Omar Khayyam. Rubaiyat, tr. by 

Fitzgerald. 1896 891 Om 1 

Panin, Ivan. Lectures on Russian 

literature. 1889 891.7 P19 

Porter, J. A. tr. Selections from 

the Kalevala. 1868 894 P82 

Richardson, Frederika. Iliad of 

the East. 1870 891 R39 

Robinson, Mr.^. T. A. L. Historical 
view of the languages and litera- 
ture of the Slavic natio i. 1^50.890 R56 

Sadi, Muslih-Uddin. Galistan, tr. 

by Gladwin. 1865 89L5 Sal 

Shaw, G. B. Quintessence of Ibsen- 
ism. 1891 839.801 Sh2 

Tegner, Esaias. Frithiof's Saga, 

tr. by Blackley. 1867 839.71 T23 

Thomson. J. C. tr. Bhagavad-Gita. 

1874 891.2 T38 

Tolstoi, L. N. count. Essays, let- 
ters, miscellanies. 1899. . . .891.74 T58 

Waliszewski, K. History of Rus- 
sian literature. 1900 89L7 W14 

WiLKiNS, Charles, tr. Fables and 

proverbs from the Sanskrit. 

1888 89L2 W65 

WOLKONSKY, Serge, Prince. Pic- 
tures of Russian history and 
Russian literature. 1898. . . .891.7 W83 



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TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION. 



Travkl and Description 



GEOGRAPHY. 

Century atlas of the world. 1897. 

RJ)12fC33 

COLTON, G. W. Atlas of the world. 

2v. 1856 R912 C72 

GUYOT, Arnold. Earth and its in- 
habitants. 1868 910.7 fG99 

Common school geography. ..910.7 fG99c' 

International atlas. 187.3. ...R912 qln8 

Johnson's new illustrated family 

atlas. 1860 R912 fJ62 

Labberton, R. H. Historical atlas 

and general history. 181^0. .R912 qLll 

McCoRMicK, Henry. Practical 

work in geography. 1885. . .910.7 M13 

Mills, U. U. ed. International ge- 
ography. 1900 R910. 7 M59 

Mitchell, S. A. Modern geogra- 
phy of the world. 1868 910.7 M69 

System of modern geography. 1875. 

'... 910.7 fM69 

Murray, Hugh. Encyclopedia of 

geogi-aphy . 3v. 1857 R910. 7 M96 

Parker, F. W. How to study ge- 
ography. 1890 910.7 P22 

Rand, M(^Nally and Co. Indexed 

atlas of the world. 2v. 1894. .R912 fR15 

Walker, F. A. Statistical atlas of 

the U. S. 1874 R912 f\V15 

Zell's descriptiye hand atlas of the 

world. 1880 K912 Z3 

GEXRKAL. 

Blackie, W. G. e'(. Imperial gaz- 
etteer. 2v. 1860 U910 qB56 

Brassey, Anna (A.) Ladtf. Around 
the world in the yacht "Sun- 
beam/' 1882 \ 910 H7;{ ' 

In the trades, the tro])ics and the 

roaring forties. 1885 9l0 H73i 

BULLEN, F. T. Cruise of the "Cach- 
alot." 1899 910 RS7 

Log of a sea-waif. 1899 910 HS7 1 

Dana, li. H. Two years before tlie 

mast. ISTA 910 1)19 

Davis, R. H. Rulers of the Medi- 
terranean. 189;j 910 1)29 



DiLKE, C. W. Greater Britain. 1869.910 E^w"S7 
Ford, J. D. American cruiser in 

the east. 1898 910F^-7/5 

Fremont, Mrs, Jessie (B.) Souven- 
irs of my time. 1887 910 ^~»« 

Galton, Francis. Art of travel. 

1876 910.2 C^ 13 

HCbner, J. A. Ramble around the 

world. 1871 910 HS(i 

Jones, Meredith. Captain Cook's 

three voyages around the world. 

1871 910,173 

Kipling, Rudyard. From sea to 

sea 910 K:02-'> 

KiPPis, Andrew. Voyages round 

the world of Captain Cook. 1860. 
910Iv<i2 

Leech, H. H. Letters from Greece, 
Turkey, Egypt and the Holy 
land. 1869 910 L>>1 

LiPPiNOOTT's pronouncing gazet- 
teer. 1895 R910 I-*5« 

Lowell, J. R Fireside travels. 

m\4 910 I>»^ 

Montgomery, J. E. Cruise of Ad- 
miral D. G. Farragut. 1869. ..910 M"^ 
Pfeiffer, Ida. (A) lady's second 

journey round the world. 1856. .910 P**^" 

Last travels. 1861 910 P4T I 

PuMPELLY, Raphael. Across 

. America and Asia. 1870 910 P^^ 

Rae, W. F. Business of travel. ^ ^ 
1891 910R^- 

Reverk, J. W. Keel and saddle. --., 

1872 910 lU^ 

Seward, W. H. Travels around the ^^ 
world. 1873 910S^^ 

SLOCUM, .Joshua. Sailing alone 

around the world. 1900 910 Si 

STODDARD, J. L. Lectures. lOv. 
1898 910 S 

Taylor, Bayard. At home and 

abroad. 1867 910 T^ 

C'yclopt'dia of modern travel. . .910.9 Ti 
Kt,^vpt and Iceland. 1874 910 T2 

Weppner. Mak(;aretha. North 

star jind southern cross. 2v. 
IW) 910 W 

Wood, M. S. Kri«rland and the 
Orient. lHSi> 910 



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TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION. 



81 



EUROPE. 

r:>rjiCH, T. B. PonkaiK)^: to Pestb. 

1^3 914 Al 2 

i^EN, Grant. European tour. 
18JH) 914 Al 5 

.T^Tiyi. J. W. Paul Dreifuss. 1882. 

914 A152 

3" oi:rson, H. C. Pictures of travel 
in Sweden and Switzerland. 
1871 914 An2 

:i-.i^. Lilian. As seen by me. 1900. 

914 B41 

:r-ix)ws, H. W. Old world in its 

tiewfiice. 2v. 1868 914 B412 

tooKS, Phillips. Letters of trav- 
el. 1893 914 B79 

tYANT, W. C. Letters of a trav- 
eller. 1871 914 B84 

-OVER, S. T. Glimpses across the 

sra. 1900 914 C62 

^>J^VERSE, J. B. Summer vacation. 

1878 914 C76 

^X, S. S. Searcb for winter sun- 
beams. 1870 914 C83 

V^ IILEY, F. O. C. Sketches abroad 

with pen and pencil. 18«8. . . .914 D24 

^KoRi-iST, J. W. European ac- 
quaintance. 1858 914 D36 

^Mtard.s, J. K Random sketches 

of European travel. 18^7 914 Ed9 

?2r^TON, G. C. Familiar letters 

from Europe. 1866 914 F34 

^LD, H. M. From the lakes of 
Killarney to the Golden Horn. 
1876 914 F45 

^K, Wilbur. Travels on the con- 
tinent of Europe. 1838 914 F54 

^X^NEY, J. W. Letters from Europe. 

1867 914 F76 

^MERTON, P. G. Painter's camp. 

1866 914 H17 

^ RPER and Bros. pub. Handbook 
for travellers in Europe and the 
East. 1869 914 H23 

A.WTHORNE, S. P. Notes on Eng- 
land and Italy. 1871 914 H31 

HriNE, Heikrich. Pictures of 

travel. 1866 914 H36 

^Olmes, O. W. Our hundred days 

in Europe. 1888 914 H73 

••J^lTTNCxyrT, S. J. Haps and mis- 
haps of a tour in Europe. 1854.. 914 LOG 



Longfellow, H. W. Outre-Mer. 

1835 914 L36 

McFarland, Andrew. Escape. 

1851 914 M16 

MacGregor, John. Thousand 
miles in the Rob Roy canoe. 
1875 914 M17 

Meriwether, Lee. Tramp trip, 
how to see Europe on fifty cents 
a day. 1899 914 M55 

MORFORD, Henry. Over-sea. 1867.914 M81 
Short trip guide to Europe. 1870.914 M81s 

Murray, John. Handbook for trav- 
ellers on the continent. 1854. .914 M96 

Murray, Nicholas. Men and 
things as I saw them in Europe. 
1854 914M965 

Pitman, Mrs. M. J. (D). European 

breezes. 1882 914 P68 

Reclus, 6lis6e. Europe. (Earth, 

ami its inJuibUanls.) R914 qR24 

Sedgwick, C. M. Letters from abroad 

to kindred at home. 2v. 1855. .914 S623 

Stowe, Mrs. Harriet (B.) Sunny 
memories of foreign lands. 2v. 
1854 914 St7 

Taylor, Bayard. By-ways of Eu- 
rope. 1869 * 914 T21 

Views afoot. 1855 914 T21v 

Tripp, Alonzo. Crests from the 

ocean-world. 1853 914 T73 

Warner, C. D. Roundabout jour- 
ney. 1884 914 W24 

Saunterings. 1882 914 W24s 

SCOTLAND, IRELAND AND WALES. 

Black, C. B. Guide to Ireland. 

1895 914.15B66 

HUNNEWEJL,L, J. F. Lands of Scott. 

1871 914.1 H89 

Ramsay, E. B. Reminiscences of 

Scottish life. 1861 914.1 R14 

Smith, Alexander. Summer in 

Skye. 1865 914.1 Sm5 

Smith, W. P. H. Climbing in the 

British isles. 1895 914.29 Sm6 

Victoria, Alexandrina, Quecru 
• Leaves from journal in the high- 
lands from 1848-61 914.1 V66 

Wordsworth, Dorothy. Recol- 
lections of a tour made in Scot- 
land. 1874 914.1 W89 



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TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION. 



ENGLAND. 

Badeau, Adam. Aristocracy in 

England. 1886 914.2 B14 

Blouet, Paul. John Bull and Co. 

1894 *.. 914.2 B62 

John Bull and his island. 1894..914.2 B62j 
Carnegie, Andrew. American 

four-in-hand in Britain. 1888.. 914.2 C21 
Cunningham, Peter. London in 

1854. 1854 914.21 C91 

Davis, R H. Our English cousins. 

1894 914.2 D29 

ESCOTT, T. H. S. England. 1880. .914.2 Es 1 

Farrar, F. W., Milman, H. H., 
Stanley, A. P. and others. West- 
minster abbey and the cathedrals 
of England. 1895 914.2 F24 

GiBns, J. A. Cotswold village. 1898. 

914.2 G.35 

Grant, Jame.s. Great metropolis. 

1837 914.21 G76 

Hare, A. J. C Walks in London. 

1880 914.21 H22 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Our old 

home. 1863 914.2 H31 

Passages from English notebooks. 

2v. 1870 914.2 H31p 

HuTTON, Laurence. Literary land- 
marks of London. 1893 914.21 H97 

Knight, Charles. Old England. 

914.2 fK74 

Krout, M. H. Looker on in Lon- 
don. 1889 914.21 K92 

LeGallienne, Richard. Travels 

in England. 1900 914.2 L32 

Lester, C. E. Glory and shame of 

England. 2v. 186H 914.2 D")() 

Linton, E. L. Lake country. 1H(>4. 

914.28 1.65 

Lytton, E. G. Bulwer- England 

and the English, v. 1 914.2 L99 

Miller. Hugh. First impressions 

of England. 1^59 914.2 M6 

Nevin, W. W. Vignettes of travel. 

1891 914.2 N41 

SiLLOWAY, T.W. anJ Powers, L. L. 
Cathedral towns of England, Ire- 
land and Scotland. 1883 914.2 Si3 

Smith, W. P. H. Climbing in the 

British isles. 1894 914.2 Sm() 

Taine, H. a. Notes on England. 

1872 914.2 T13 



Winter, William. Shakespeare's 
England. 1895 914.2 WT3s 

GERMANY. 

German home life. 1878 914.3 G31 

Howard, B. W. One year abroad. 

1877 914.3 H83 

Hugo, Victor. The Rhine. 1874.914.34 H8: 
Norton, M. B. In and around Ber- 
lin. 1889 914.3 N82 

Stael-Holstein, a. L. G. (N). Ger- 
many. 2v. 1859 914.3 Stl 

FRANCE. 

B^DEker, Karl. Paris and its en- 
virons. . 1874 914.436 B14 

Blackburn, Henry. Normandy 

picturesque. 1873 914.4 B56 

Craik, Mrs. D. M. (M). Fair France. 

1871 914.4CW 

Davis, R. H. About Paris. 1895. 

914.436D29 

Deforest, Katharine. Paris as 

it is. 1900 914.436 D36 

Field, Mrs. H. M. Home sketches 

in France. 1875 914.4 F45 

French home life. 1878 914.4 F88 

Galignani and Co. pub. Paris , 

guide for 1862 914.436 G13 

Hamerton, p. G. Paris in old and 

present times. 1900 914.436 HH 

Round my house. 1876 914.4 HH 

Unknown river. 1872 914.4 HlTu 

Hare, A. J. C. Days near Paris. 

1896 914.436 H22 

Paris, mm 914.436 H22p 

HARPhUi Bros. pub. Guide to Paris 

and the exposition of 1900. 1900. 

914.436 H23 

.Ta( kson, C. C. Lddif. Old Paris. 

1H8:J 914.436.113 

.Iarvks, J. .r. Parisian sights. 2v. 

18r>(> 914.436 J28 

.Teuhold, W. B. On the boulevards. 

2v. 18()7 914.4 J48 

Johnson, Clikton. Along French 

byways. 1900 914.4 J(»3 

Martin, B. K. (tmi Martin, C. M. 

Stones of Paris in history and 

letters. 2v. 1899 914.436 M36 



TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION. 



83 



o BERTS, Margaret. Women of 
the last davs of Old France. 1872. 
". 914.4 R54 

TEVENSON, R L. Inland voyage. 

18»5 914.4 St4 

Travels with a donkey. 1898. .914.41 St4 

AiNE, H. A. Notes on Paris. 1875. 

914.436 T13 

^OMAN'S Paris. 1900 914.436 W84 

ITALY. 

^«DEKER, Karl. Central Italy: 

handbook. 1883 914.5 B14 

Italian handbook. 1868 914.5 B14i 

^'orthern Italv: handbook. 1882. 

914.5 B14n 

ASTELAR, Emilio. Old Rome and 

new Italy. 1873 914.5 C27 

I-EMENT, C. E. Naples. 1894. .914.573 C59 
Queen of the Adriatic. 1893 . . 914.53 C59 
RAWFX)RD, F. M. Ave Roma im- 

mortalis. 2v. 1899 915.56 C85 

lENNiE, John. Rome of today and 

yesterday. 1896 914.56 D42 

Tare, A. J. C. Cities of central It- 
aly. 2v 914.5 H22 

Cities of northern Italy. 2v. 1896. 

914.5 H22n 

Cities of southern Italy and Sicily. 

1896 914.5 H228 

Days near Rome. 1875 914.56 H22 

Florence and Venice. 1896. .914.55 H22 

Walks in Rome. 1871 914.56 H22w 

fAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL. French 
and Italian note-books. 2v. 1872. 

914.5 H31 

ILLARD, G. S. Six months in Italy. 

1879 914.5 H55 

DWELLS, W. D. Italian journeys. 

1867 914.5 H83 

Venetian life. 1867 914.53 H83 

\CKSON, Mrs, H. M. (F.) H. Bits 

of travel. 1872 914.5 J12 

VRVES, J. J. Italian rambles. 1883. 

914.5 J28 

Italian sights. 1856 914.5 J28i 

ENTHERic, Charles. Riviera, an- 
cient and modern. 1896 914.51 L54 

URRAY, John. Handbook of Rome. 

1881 914.56 M96 

ORTON, C. E. Travel in Italy. 1860. 

914.5 N82 



Smith, F. H. Gondola days. 1898. 

914.53 Sm5 

Well-worn roads of Spain, Holland 

and Italy. 1899 914.6 Sm5 

Symonds, J. A. Sketches in south- 
ern Europe. 2v. 1880 914.5 Sy6 

Taine, H. a. Italy, Florence and 

Venice. 1869 914.5 T13 

Italy, Rome and Naples. 1869..914.5 T13i 

SPAIN. 

Amicis, Edmondo de. Spain and 

the Spaniards. 1888 914.6 Am6 

Bates, K. L. Spanish highways 

and byways. 1900 914.6 B31 

Borrow, George. Bible in Spain. 

1859 914.6 B64 

Calderon, Mme, de la Baroa. At- 

tach6 in Madrid. 1850. .... .914.6 C12 

Field, H. M. Gibraltar. 1893.. 914. 68 F46 
Old Spain and new Spain. 1888.914.6 F45 

Hale, E. E. Seven Spanish cities. 

1894 914.6 H13 

Hay, John. Castilian days. 1871.914.6 H32 

March, C. W. Sketches in Madeira. 

1856 914.69 M33 

Nixon, M. F. With a pessimist in 

Spain. 1897 914.6 N65 

Smith, F. H. Well-worn roads of 
Spain, Holland and Italy. 1899. 
914.6 Sm5 

Taine, H. A. Tour through the Pyr- 
enees. 1874 914.6 T13 

Taylor, H. C. Chatpield- Land 

of the Castanet. 1896 914.6 T21 

Urquhart, David. Pillars of Her- 
cules. 2v. 1850... 914.6 Ur6 

RUSSIA AND SCANDINAVIA. 

Bazan, E. M. Russia. 1890 914.7 B34 

BRACE, C. L. Norse-folk. 1857. .914.8 B72 
Browne, J. R Land of Thor. 1867. 

914.8 B81 

Caton, J. D. Summer in Norway. 

1875 914.8 C29 

DuChaillu, Paul. Land of the 

midnight sun. 2v. 1882. . . . 914.8 'DSS 
Hapgood, I. F. Russian rambles. 

1896 914.7 H21 

Kneeland, Samuel. American in 

Iceland. 1876 914.91 K73 



84 



TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION. 



Lagny, Germain de. Knout and 

the Russians. 1^54 914.7 L13 

Logan, J. A. jr. In joyful Russia. 

1897 914.7 L82 

Proctor, E. D. Russian journey. 

1872 914.7 P94 

Stepni AK, pseud, Und erground 

Russia. 1883 914.7 St4 

Taylor, Bayard. Northern travel. 

1868 914.8 T21 

Wallace, D. M. Russia. 1877. .914.7 W15 

NETHERLANDS. 

Amicis, Edmondo de. Holland and 

its people. 1889 914.92 Am5. 

Davies, G. C. Cruising in the 

Netherlands. 1894 914.92 D28 

Griffis, W. E. American in Hol- 
land. 1900 914.92 G87 

Hare, A. J. C. Sketches in Holland 

and Scandinavia. 1896 914.92 H21 

H AVARD, Henry. Picturesque 

Holland. 1876 914.92 H29 

Meldrum, D. S. Holland and the 

Hollanders. 1898 914.92 M43 

Murray, John. Handbook for Bel- 
gium. 1852 914.93 M96 

Smith, F. H. Well-worn roads of 
Spain, Holland and Italy. 1899. 
914.6 Sm5 

MINOR COUNTRIES. 

Amicis, Edmondo de. Constantino- 
ple. 1878 914.96 Am5 

Baker, James. Turkey. 1877.. 914.96 B17 

Benjamin, S. G. W. Turk and 

Greek. 18()7 914.95 B43 

Brassey, Anna (A.) Lady. Sun- 
shine and storm in the east. 1880. 
914.9 B73 

Crawford, F. M. Constantinople. 

1895 914.961 C8r) 

Field, H. M. Greek islands and 

Turkey. 1886 914.95 F45 

McCrackan, W. D. Romance Switz- 
erland. 1894 914.94 M13r 

Teutonic Switzerland. 1894..914.94 M13t 

Mahaffy, J. P. Rambles and stud- 
ies in Greece. 1892 914.95 M27 

Murray, John. Handbook for 

Switzerland. ia>4 914.94 M96 




Stephen, Leslie. Playgrround of 

' Europe. 1895 914.R* ^t4 

Stephens, J. L. Travel in Greece, 

Turkey, Russia and Poland. 2v. 

1855 914.95 SU 

Taylor, Bayard. Travel* in Greece 

and Russia. 1859 914.95 T21 

TuOKERMAN, C. K. Greeks of to- 
day. 1872 914.95 T79 

Tyndall, John. Hours in the Alps. 

1872 .914.94 T97 

Whymper, Edward. Chamonix and 

the ranife of Mont Blanc. 1896. 
914.94 W62 

Scrambles among the Alps. 1873. 

914.94W628 

ASIA. 

Atkinson, T. W. Travels in the re- 
gions of the upper and lower 
Amoor. 1860 915 At5 

Bioham, Clive. Ride through west- 
em Asia. 1897 915 B4S 

COLQUHOUN, A. R. Overland to 

China. 1900 915C6^ 

Field, H. M. From Egypt to Japan. 

1877 915 F4^ 

Hedin, Sven. Through Asia. 2v. 

1899 915 H3^ 

KNOX, T. W. Backsheesh. 1875.. 915 K7T 

Malcolm, Howard. Travels in 

southeastern Asia. 1839 915 M29 

Reclus, ftLis6E. Asia. (Earth and 

its inhabitants) R915qR24 

SwEETSER, Delight. One way 

round the world. 1899 915 Sw3 

Taylor, Bayard India, China and 

Japan. 1855 915 T21 

CHINA. 

Beresford, Charles, Z^rd. Break- 
up of China. 1899 915.1 B46 

Bishop, Mrs. I. L. (B.) Yangtze 

valley and beyond. 2v. 1900. .915.1 B54 

CONWELL, R. H. Why the Chinese 

emigrate. 1871 915.1 C76 

Davis, J. A. Chinese slave-girl. 

1880 915.1 D29 

DooLiTTLE, Justus. Social life of 

the Chinese. 1867 915.1 D72 

Hue E. R. Journey through the 

Chinese empire. 2v. 1878. .915.1 H86 



TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION. 



86 



k^^N'lXJR, H. S. In the forbidden 

land. 2v. 1899 915.15 L23 

A.RTIN, W. A. P. Cycle of Cathay. 

1897 915.1M36C 

LJi>HANT, Laurence. Earl of El- 
an's mission to China and Japan. 
1860 915.1 013 

ALPH, Julian. Alone in China. 

1897 915.1 R13 

OCKHILL, W. W. Diary of a jour- 
ney throtigh Mongolia and Thi- 
bet. 1894 915.17 R59 

CTDMORE, E. R. China, the long- 
lived empire. 1900 915. 1 Sci2 

fcf rxH, A. H. Village life in China. 

1899 915.1 Sm5 

H-.SON, Andrew. Abode of snow. 

1875 915. 15 W69 

JAPAN— KOREA. 

^c:20N, a. M. Japanese interior. 

1892 915.2 B13 

^"HOP, Mrs. L L. (B). Korea and 

her neighbors. 1898 915.19 B64 

Unbeaten tracks in Japan. 2v. 

1881 915.2 B53 

VXE, J. S. Korean sketches. 1898. 

915.19 G13 

S^X^more, G. W. Korea from its 

capital. 1892 915.19 G42 

'^IRRy, M. C. Expedition of an 

American squadron to the China 

seas and Japan. 1856 915.2 fP42 

^liADE. H. L. Story of a heathen 

and his transformation. 1890.915.2 R22 
Taylor, Bayard. Japan in our 

day. 1872 915.2 T21 

ARABIA— PERSIA. 

Blackburn, Henry. Artists and 

Arabs. 1874 915.3 B57 

Burton, R. F. Pilgrimage to El- 

Medinah and Mecca. 1856. .915.3 B95 

riELD,H.M. On the desert. 1883.915.3 F45 

Malcolm, Sir John. Sketches of 

Persia 915.5 M29 

*^aph£OYI, G. Among the Arabs. 

1868 915.3 N16 

Taylor, Bayard. Travels in Ara- 
bia. 1872 915.3 T21 

Wilson, S. G. Persian life and 

customs 915.5 W69 



INDIA. 

Baker, S. H. Eight years' wander- 
ings in Ceylon 915.48 B17 

Chevrillon. Andre. In India. 

1896 915.4 C42 

Guinness, L. E. Across India at 
the dawn of the 20th century. 
1898 915.4 G94 

Hornaday, W. T. Two years in the 

jungle. 1896 915.4 H78 

Kipling, Rudyard. Out of India 

1895 915.4 K62 

Leonowens, a. H. Life and travel 

in India. 1897 915.4 L55 

Steevens, G. W. In India. 1899.915.4 St3 

Stewart, Robert. Life and work 

in India. 1896 915.4 St4 

Tennent, Sir J. E. Natural history 

of Ceylon. 1861 915.48 T25 

Wright, Caleb. India and its in- 
habitants. 1860 915.48 W93 

TURKEY, PALESTINE AND THE 
HOLY LAND. 

Browne, J. R. Yusef. 1853. ...915.6 B61 
Charles, Mrs, Elizabeth (R) 

Wanderings over Bible lands 

and seas. 1866 915.69 C38 

Curtis, G. W. Howadji in Syria. 

1858 915.6 C94 

Field, H. M. Among the holy hills. 

1884 915.69 F45 

HuTTON, Laurence, yterary land- 
marks of Jerusalem. 1895. .915.69 H97 
Kinglake. A. W. Eothen. 1864..915.6 K61 
Loher, Franz von. Cyprus. 1878. 

915.64 L83 

MacCoun, Townsend. Holy land 

in geography and history. 2v. 

1897 915.69 M13 

MacGregor, John. Rob Roy on the 

Jordan. 1870 915.69 M17 

Olin, Stephen. Travels in Egypt, 

Arabia, v. 2. 1846 915. 69 Ol 3 

OSBORN, H. S. Palestine. 1859.. 915. 69 Osl 
Parmelee, M. p. Life scenes among 

the mountains of Ararat. 1868. 

915.6 P24 

PHELPS, S. R Bible lands. 1867.. 915.69 P51 
Prime, W. C. Boat life in the Holy 

land. 1857 915.69 P93 



86 



TRAVEL AND DESCKIPTION. 



Ramsay, W. M. Impressions of Tur- 
key during twelve years' wan- 
derings. 1897 915.6 R14 

Randall, D. A. Handwriting of 

God in Egypt. 1867 915.69 R15 

Smith, G. A. Historical geography 

of the Holy land. 1897 915.69 Sm5 

Stanley, A. P. Sinai and Pales- 
tine. 1865 915.69 St2 

STEPHENS, J. L. Travel in Egypt 

and the Holy land. 2v. 1855. .915.69 St4 

Taylor, Bayard. Lands of the 

Saracen. 1855 915.6 T21 

Thomson, W. M. Land and the 

book. 2v. 1859 915.69 T38 

Van-Lennep, H. J. Bible lands. 

1875 915.69 V32 

Warner, C. D. In the Levant. 

1877 915.6 W24 

Wheeler, C. H. Ten years on the 

Euphrates 915.6 W56 

SIBERIA— MINOR COUNTRIES. 

Bacon, G. B. comp. Siam. 1893..915.93 B13 

Kennan, George. Siberia and the 

exile system. 2v. 1891 915.7 K36 

Tent life in Siberia. 1871. . . ,915.7 K36t 

Leonowens, a. H. English govern- 
ess at the Siamese court. 1871. 

915.93 L55 

Romance of the harem. 1873 . .915.93 L55r 

Schuyler, Eugene. Turkistan. 2v. 

1876 915.8Sch6 

Siam and Laos. 1884 915.94 Si 1 

SOMMERVILLE, MAXWELL. Siam. 

1897 915.93 So5 

AFRICA. 

Andersson, C. J. Lake Ngami. 

ia56 916.8 An2 

Baker, S. W. Nile tributaries of 

Abyssinia. 1871 916.3 B17 

Barth, Henry. Travels in north 

and central Africa. 3v. 1857.. 916.6 B28 
Bryce, James. Impressions of South 

Africa. 1898 916.8 B84 

Drummond, Henry. Tropical Af- 
rica. 1888 916.7 D84 

DuChaillu, Paul. Adventures in 

equatorial Africa. 1862 916.7 D85 

Journey to Ashango-land. 1867. 

916.7 Da5j 



F:dwards, a. B. One thousand 

miles up the Nile. 1890 916.2 E^^ 

Ellis, William. Three visits to 

Madagascar. 1859 916.9 E/ -^ 

Foote, a. H. Africa and the Amer- 
ican flag. ia54 916.5 Fl^ 

Godbey, a. H. Stanley in Africa.916.7 G5^ 

Jameson, J. S. Story of the rear 
column, or, Emin Pasha relief 
expedition. 1890 91^7 J23 

Kay, Stephen. Travels and re- 
searches in Caffraria. 1^34. .916.9 K18 

Keltie, J. S. Partition of Africa. 

1895 916 K23 

Lander, Richard, and Lander, 
John. Expedition to explore 
the Niger. 2v. 1836 916.6 L23 

Life and travels of Mungo Park. 

1854 916.6 L62 

Livingstone, David. Last journals 

in Central Africa. 1875 916.7 L76 

Travels in South Africa. 1858. .916.6 L76 

Murray, R. W. ed. South Africa. 

1891 916.8M96 

Naphegyi, G. Ghardaia. 1871. .916.6 N16 

Photographic scenery of South 

Africa. 1883 916 P56 

Reclus, ^lis^e. Africa. 4v. (Earth 

and its inhabitants) R91 6 qR24 

Russell, W. C. Voyage to the Cape. 

916.8 RJ)1 

Schweinfurth, Georg. Heart of 

Africa. 2v. 1874 916.7 Sch9 

Stanley, H.M. Congo. 2v. 1885.916.7 St2 
In darkest Africa. 2v. 1890 . . 916. 7 St2i 
Through South Africa. 1898. .916.8 St2 
Through the dark continent. 2v. 

1879 916.7 St2t 

Stone, R. H. In Afric's forest and 

jungle. 1899 916.6 St7 

Taylor, Bayard. Travels in South 

Africa. 1872 916.8 T21 

Thompson, Joseph. Mungo Park 

and the Niger. 916.6 T38 

Tyler, Josiah, comp. Livingstone 
lost and found. 1873 916.7 T97 

Vincent, Frank. Actual Africa. 

1895 916 V74 

EGYPT. 

Baker, S. W. Albert Nyanza. 

1866 916.2 B17 



TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION. 



87 



i'HTis, G. W. Nile notes of How- | Crockett, David. My tour to the 

adji. 1858 916.2 C94 north and down south. 1835.. .917 C87 



BSON, C. D. Sketches in Egypt. 

1899 916.2 G35 

vPoRTE, Laurence. Sailing on 

the Nile. 1872 916.2 L31 

GPSius, Richard. Letters from 

Egypt. 1853 916.2 L55 

^IME, W. C. Boat life in Egypt 

and Nubia. 1860 916.2 P93 

*EKE, J. H. Discovery of the source 

of the Nile. 1864 916.2 Sp3 

^YLOR, Bayard. Journey to cen- 
tral Africa. 1856 916.2 T21 

fOMPSON, J. P. Photographic 

views of Egypt. 1854 916.2 T37 

CANADA. 

'YSHE, G. L. Red River expedi- 
tion. 1871 917.127 H98 

^ESON, Mrs, A. B. (M.) Rambles 
in Canada. 2v 917.1 J23 

•ItLEY, M. W. Down north and 
up along. 1900 917.16 M82 

J^ERTS, C. G. D. Canadian guide- 
book. 1898 917.1R54 

UNITED STATES AND NORTH 
AMERICA. 

^BOTT, J. S. C. South and north. 

1860 917.3 Ab2 

^CHER, William. America today. 

1900 917 Ar2 

^DEKER, Karl. United States. 

1899 917.3 B14 

V.RBER, J. W. and Howe, Henry. 
All the Western states and ter- 
ritories 1867 , 917.3 B23 

^UET, Paul. Frenchman in 

America. 1891 917.3 B62 

•lonathan and his continent. 1889. 

917.3 B62j 

C)urget, Paul. Outre-raer. 1896. 

917.3 B66 

Rackenridqe, H. M. Recollec- 
tions of persons and places in the 
West. 1868 917.3 B72 

arnegie, Andrew. Triumphant 
democracy. 1888 917.3 C21 

OOPER, J. F. Travelling bachelor. 



Dixon, W.H. New America. 1867.917.3 D64 

Dodge, M. A. Wool-gathering. 

1867 917.3 D66 

GiLMORE, J. R. and others. Here and 

there in our own country 917.3 G42 

Hall, James. Life and manners in 

the west. 2v. 1835 917 H14 

Jackson, Mrs. H. M. (F.) H. Bits 

of vravel at home. 1878 917.3 J13 

McC-LUNG, J. A. Western adven- 
ture. 1854 917.3 M13 

Mackay, Charles. Life and lib- 
erty in America. 1860 917.3 M19 

Martineau, Harriet. Society in 

America. 2v. 1837 .917,3 M36 

Picturesque America. 2v 917 P58 

Reclus, 6lis6e. North America. 
3v. (Earth and ita infiabitants). 
R917qR24 

RiCHARD.'iON, A. D. Beyond the Mis- 
sissippi. 1867 917.3 R39 

ScuDDER, H. K. Men and manners 
in America one hundred years 
ago. 1876 917.3 Scu2 

Shaw, James. American resources. 

1867 917 Sh2 

Steevens, G. W. Land of the dol- 
lar. 1897 917.3 St3 

Strong, Josiah. Our country. 1885. 

917.3 St8 

SWEETSER, C. H. Summer resorts. 

1868 917.3 Sw3 

Taylor, Bayard. At home and 

abroad. 1867 917.3 T21 

Trollope, Anthony. North Amer- 
ica. 18()3 917 T75 

Warner, C. W. On horseback. 1888. 

917 W24 

NEW ENGLAND. 

Bacon, E. M. ed. Boston illustrated. 

1886 917.446 B13 

Dictionary of Boston. 1883..91T.446 B13d 

Drake, S. A. Nooks and corners of 

the New England coast 917.4 D79 

Old land-marks of Boston. 1873. 

917.446 D79 

Earle, A. M. Child-life in colonial 



1855 917.3 C78 , days. 1899 917.32 Ea7 



«8 TRAVKL AND 

Coltininl (iames and good wives. 

ISnd !in.32 EaTc 

Curious pimishmentB of by-Kone 

days, imii fln.4 Eal 

C'UstoniH and (ashions in old New 

England. 18ft8 !)1T.4 Ea7« 

Home life in colonial days. IKiHI, 

i)n.32EaTh 

Eastman. K. C. White Mountain 

guide book. 1812 017.422 EuT 

FARQt'HAR, Anna. Her Boston ex- 

perienees ill7.4fl F2:t 

Farrar. (:. A. J. From lake to lake. 

ISiMl 1HT.41 F24 

Guide book lo the Androscoirifin 

lakes. IfWt nn.ll FSlR 

Fellows. H. P. Boacini; trips on 

New Kostland rivers. 1«S4. .!)n.4 F;M 
FiSHEii. S. O. Men, women and 
n colonial limes. 2 v. 

itlT..t2 FM 

:. Nathanikl. Amer- 
ican note- books. 2 v. 18fi8,.i!lT.44H.ll 
HlOGINSON, T. W. (Hdport days. 

1873 !in.4^'i H.'a 

KING.T.S. White hills. 18711 .»n.422 K;W 
IjUNT, (fEORGE. Old New England 

trailh. 187.1 I'17.4 Lfl" 

Smith. H. E. Colonial days and 

ways. IIHMI lin.32 Sm") 

Thaxtkk. Cklia. Among the Isles 

of Shoals. 1K7:! !in.42 T33 

ToWLE. M'Cg Oi. CoUinial book. 

18118 1)17.44.'i 'ni.') 

Wharton. A. H. Colonial days und 

dames. 181;-. iH-;.:i2 W:V, 

TbPimgh colonial doorwavB. 18! II. 

NOIITH ATLANTIC STATES. 

CURT1H,G. W. l^tus eiiting. lH.->4,!ll:,47 < -'M 

Eahle, A. M. Coloniiil day-; in old 

New York. 18H() !)17,4T FuT 

HEMSTRKET, CILXRI-KS. Nooks :inil 
corners in old New York. IWIil. 
1117.471 H:i7 

Johnstown Flood Relikp' com- 
mittee. RejMirt of the secre- 
tary. 181)0 !I17.48I'3J* 

.MfQUILL, THiriWTY. Hudsim Kivcr 
gHide-lwiard [ron\ New Yoi-k to 
Allmuy. 187.'.. . : 1)17.47 II8li 



u^BCI:IPTION 

New York Central R R. (^. 

Hi-allh and pleasure on "Amer 
Was greatest road." IW^.i. .!in.47 Ntf 

SMITH, M. H. Sunshine and shadow 

n New York. 18B1) H17.471 Smfi 

STETSON, F. L. (iii'I ot'tern. CompleM' 
story of the great NiagAr.! pi>wiT 
enterprise i)17.4T8«i:l< 

SOUTHERN STATES. 
Cahle, G. W. Creoles in Louisiana. 

188(1 iiiT.tsai 

Drake. Daniel. Pioneer life in 

Kentuekj. 1870 on.iiil D?" 

Fkekmantle, Lieut. Three raonthn 

in iheSouthern states. 18(W..917.JtW 
Handbook of the city of Atlanta. 

Itl7.5«l.*l« 

HenKHALL, .1. A. Camping and 

erllii^ing in Florida. 1S84. .S17 m HiB 
Hot Springs Reservation. An- 
nual reports of superintendent. 

1801-l)lW)7-!'ll. : HK.liTHTS 

Hudson, Mm. Mary (C). Ti'b 

yeais in Witshinglon. 1874..fln..>3H» 
Kendall, c,. W. Te.xan Santa Fe 

expedition. 2v. 18o«. . . .:.fln.«K3J 
Martin. E. W. Behind the scenes 

in Washington. 1873 BIL^ MW 

NoitDHOFF, (JHARLES. Cotlon Stale* 

inl87.'>. 18711 Hn.flN"^ 

OLMSTED, F. I.. .Tourney in the sea- 

iHmrd slave states. 19.5(1 .iUISOlS 
.rouiney through Texas. 1857.017.6401^ 
Page. T. N. Siwial life In old Vir- 
ginia before the war. 181(8. .0I7.ftS PI* 
Pn\VT:t.L. L. P. td. Historic towns 

of southern states. 1«IM) HIT.S P'"' 

RtMisi- W. S. Companion and gjide 

to Washington and vicinit} 187(1. 

«n..'i.1RM 

STiiVVE. J/i-.~. IlARHTRT (B.) Palroei' 

.,. l<.(,v,.s. 1S73 B17.59Si: 

CKNTRAt, STATES. 

HHH>MiN(iT<.N (Mreolory. 18K>, 70, 

72. 73. X- 917.732 B«i 

KijM.MlXiiTiiN iinii Normal direct- 

oiy. ls73-.l.-(, 917.732B6il 

I BKAiirni!]., W. .1. .\. Nctteson the 

I nonlnvrsi- l«4ii 1117.7 B^^ 



TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION. 



89 



iHNELL, J. P. comp. Council 
Bluff's trade circular. 1882. .917.77 B96 
lNDLer, H. O. and Co, Railway 
business directory for Illinois. 

1868 917.73 C36 

NT, Timothy. Condensed his- 
tory of the western states. 2v. 

1828 917.7 F64 

all**y of the Mississippi. 1826..917.7 qF64 
TER. J. W. Mississippi valley. 

1^9 917.7 F81 

iZiFR, WiLLARD. Down the great 

river. 1892 917.7 G46 

MPHREYs, A. A. and Abbott, H. 
L. Report on the physics and 
hydraulics of the Mississippi 

river. 1867 917.7 Un3h 

^ ^—Immigration, Board of, Iowa, 
the home for immigrants. 1870. 

917.77 Io9 

Lean county directory. 1859, 60, 

6<^. 16, 87 \ »17.731M22 

nupacturing centers of central 

Illinois. 1888 917.73 qll 6 

Paul Dispatch. Souvenir. 917.761 Sa2 
ioolcraft, H. R. Expedition 
through the upper Mississippi to 

Ita?ca lake. 1834 917.7 Sch6 

ION Merchants' Exchange. 
Annual statement of the trade 
and commerce of St. Louis for 

l«6i*. 1870 ;. 917.781 Un3 

^LKER, V. B. Mississippi valley. 

1^ 917.7 W15 

^TERHOUSE, SYLVESTER. West- 
ern movement of capital. 1890. 

917.78 W29 

LLiAMs, Donnelly and Co. Di- 
rectory of Illinois. 1875. . .917.73 W67 

WESTERN STATES. 

-EN, Paul. Expedition of cap- 
tains Lewis and Clarke. 2v. 

^^1 917.8 Al 5 

iTLES, Samuel. Across the con- 
tinent. 1866 917.9 B68 

irks and mountains of Colorado. 

1^9 917.88 B68 

^CE, C. L. New West: or, Cali- 
fornia in 1867-68. 1869 917.94 B72 

>WNE J. R. Adventures in the 
Apache country. 1869 917.9 B81 



Cronlse, T. F. Natural wealth of 

California, 1868 917.94 qC88 

Custer, Mrs. Elizabeth (B.) Fol- 
lowing the guidon. 1890. . ..917.8 C96f 

Custer, G. A. My life on the plains. 

1874 917.8 C961 

Denison, (Jharles. Rocky moun- 
tain health resorts. 1880. . ..917.8 D41 

Denver Real Estate and Stock 
Exchange. Annual report. 
1890-91 917.882 fD43 

Dye, E. E. McLoughlin and old 

Oregon. 1900 917.95 Dfm 

Edwards. W. A. and Harraden, 
Beatrice. Two health-seekers 
in Southern California. 1897.917.94 Ed9 

Farnham, E. W. California, in- 
doors and out. 1856 917.94 F23 

Fremont, J. C. Expedition . to the 

Rocky mountains in 1842. 1845.917.8 F89 

Grohmann, W. \. Baillie- Camps 

in the Rockies. 1882. 917.8 G89 

Handbook of Colorado. 18'73. .917.88 H19 

Hayden, F. V. and others. Great 

west. 1880 917.8 qH33 

Hodge, H. C. Arizona as it is. 1877. 

917.91 H66 

Hough, E. Story of the cowboy. 

1898 9i7.8H81 

Howe, Henry. Historical collec- 
tions of the Gl»eat West. 1852 . 917. 8 H83 

iNGERSOLL, ERNEST. Crest of the 

continent. 188i) 917.8 In4 

Knocking around the Rockies. 

1863 917.8 In4k 

INMAN, Henry. Old Santa Fe trail. 

1898 917.89 In6 

and CODY, W. F. Great Salt Lake 

trail. 1898 917.92 In6 

Ives, J. C. Report upon the Colo- 
rado river of the west. 1861 . .917.8 f Iv3 

King, Clarence. Mountaineering 

in the Sierra Nevada. 1872 . . 917.9 K58 

L.IPPINCOTT, S. J. New life in new 

lands. 1873 917.8 L66 

Meline, J. F. Two thousand miles 

on horseback. 1867 917.8 M48 

NORDHOFF, Charlf>». Northern 
California, Oregon and the Sand- 
wich islands. 1874 917.9 N7:) 

Pamphlets on western scenery. .917.88 P 

Pakkmax, F'kancis. Oregon trail. 

917.8 P23 



90 



TRAVEL AND DKSCRIPTION. 



Powell, J. W. Exploration of the 

Colorado river. 1875 917.8 fP87 

Raynolds, W. p. Report of the ex- 
ploration of the Yellowstone 
river. 1868 917.87 R19 

Richardson, .James, ed. Wonders 

of the Yellowstone. 1873. ..917.87 R39 

RiTCH, W. C. New Mexico. 1885..917.89 R51 

Roosevelt, Theodore. Ranch life 

and the hunting-trail. 1896. .917.8 R67 

Saxon, Isabelle. Five years with- 
in the Golden Gate. 1868. . .917.94 Sa9 

Sequoia and General Grant Na- 
tional Parks. Reports of sup- 
erintendent. 1893-99 917.94 Se6 

Stansbury, Howard. Exploration 
of the valley of Great Salt Lake. 
1853 917.92 St2 

Stevenson, R, L. Silverado squat- 
ters. 1899 917.94 St4 

Stoddard, C. A. Beyond the Rock- 
ies. 1894 917.94 St6 

Swan, J. G. Northwest coast. 1857. 

917.97 Sw2 

Symons, T. W. Examination of the 
upper Columbia river for steam- 
boat transportation. 1882. .917.97 Sy6 

Taylor, B. F. Between the gates. 

1880 917.94 T213 

Taylor, Bayard. Eldorado. 1855. 

.917.94 T21 

Coloradci. 1867 917.88 T21 

Taylor, William. California life 

illustrated. 1861 917.94 T215 

Tenney, E. P. New West. 1878.917.8 T25 
Thompson, Mrs. G. G. Seton- Wo- 
man tenderfoot. 1900 917.9 T37 

Thornton, J. Q. Oregon and Cali- 
fornia in 1848. 2v. 1849. . . .917.9 T39 
Ward, L. E. Report on the petrified 

forests of Arizona. 1900. . . .917.91 W21 
Warner, C. D. Our Italy 1891 .917.94 W24 

Wheeloc^k, F. a. California tour. 

1899 917.94 W57 

Wood. Stanley. Over the range 

U) the Golden Gate. 1889. . .917.9 W85 

United States— IVarDept. Reports 

of exploitations and survey. 12v. 

18r>3.r)r) ! .917.8 f UnSp 

Repoits ot the secretary of war 

with reconnaissance of routes 

from San Antonio to El Paso. 

917.89Un3 



YELLOW.STONE NATIONAL PARK. 

Report of superintendent. 1880- 

99 917.87 \^^3 

YosEMiTE National Park. Re- 
port of the acting superintendent. 
1896-99 917.r4 Y^oH 

ALASKA. 

Dunn. Fur-seal and other fisheries 

of Alaska. 1889 917.98 Uo3 

Field, H. M. Our western archipeli 

ago. 1896 917.98 F4 '> 

Garland, Hamlin. Trail of the 

gold-seekers. 1899 917.98 Gl^ 

Heilprin, Anoelo. Alaska and 

the Klondike. 1899 917.98 WM^ 

.Tackson, Sheldon. Alaska. 1880. 

917.98 Ji:* 

Report on introduction of domestic 

reindeer into Alaska. 1898. 917.98 JU«^ 

Morris, W. G. Resources of Alaska. 

1879. . . .♦ 917.98 M8i^ 

MOSER, J. F. Alaska. 1899. ..917.98 M>^^ 

SciDMORE, E. R Appleton's guide- 
book to Alaska and the northwest 
coast. 1897 917.98 Scir=:- 

United States— Coast and Geodetic 

Survey. Alaska 917.98 UnrT' 

— Fur-senl Arbitration. Proceed- 
ings of the tribunal of arbitra- 
tion convened at Paris. 15v. 
1895 917.98 Un.3 

W^HYMPER, Frederick. Travel in 

Alaska. 1869 917.98 WO^:::^ 

WiNDT, Harry de Through the 
gold fields of Alaska to the Ber- 
ing straits. 1898 917.98 WT^^' 

vVright, J. M. Among the Alas- 
kans. 1883 917.98 WOrF 

MEXICO-C^ENTRAL AMERICA 
- WEST INDIES. 

American Book Co. Our new pos- 
segslons: Cuba, Puerto Rico, Ha- 
waii, Philippines, 1899. ...917.29 Am3 

Bishop, W. H. Old Mexico and her 

lost provinces. 1887 917.2 WA 

Campbell, Reau. Guide and de- 
scriptive book of Mexico. 1899. 
917.2 Clo 

Dana, R. H. To Cuba and back. 

1860 917.29 D19 



TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION. 



91 



vxs, R. H. Three gringos in Ven- 
ezuela and Central America. 

1896 917.28 D29 

iOXJDE, J. A. English in the West 

Indies. 1888 917.29 F93 

OWE, Mrs. J. W. Trip to Cuba. 

1860 917.291 H83 

lEiM, DE B. R. San Domingo. 1870. 

917.293 K26 

CiNQSLEY, Charles. At last. 1871. 

917.29 K61 

-.UMMis, C. F. Awakening of a na- 
tion. 1898 917.2 L97 

>BER, F. A. Puerto Rico. 1899..917.295 Ob2 
Sector, C. H. Story of beautiful 

Porto Rico. 1898 917.295 R24 

»MiTH, F. H. White umbrella in 

Mexico. 1896 917.2 Sm5 

QUiER,E.G. Nicaragua. 1856.. 917. 285 Sq 4 
States of Central America. 1858. 

917.28 Sq4 

TEPHENS, J. L. Travel in Central 

America. 2v. 1856 917.28 St4 

Travels in Yucatan. 2v. 1848. .917.26 St4 

SOUTH AMERICA. 

3 Assiz, Louis, and Aoassiz, Mrs, 
E. C. Journey in Brazil. 1868. 
918.1 Agl 

^HPENTER, F. G, South America. 

1900 918 C21 

^Bank, Thomas. Life in Brazil. 

1856 918.1 Ewl 

'^Lis, J. M. U. S. naval astronom- 
ical expedition to the southern 
hemisphere 1849-52. 6 v. 1855. 
918fG41 

AssAUREK, Frederick. Four 
years among Spanish-Ameri- 
cans. 1868 918 H27 

^iBNDON, W. L. and Gibbon, 
Lardner. Exploration of the 
valley of the Amazon. 2 v. 1854. 
918.1 H43 

Age, T. J. LaPlata; the Argentine 
confederation and Paraguay. 
1859 918 P14 

^IJCLUS, 6lis6e. South America. 
2v. [Earth and its inhabitants,) 
R918qR24 

TscHUDi, J. .1. VON. Travels in Peru. 

1854 918.5 T78 



OCEANICA. 

Bates, G. W. Sandwich island 

notes. 1854 919.6 B31 

Bickmore, a. S. Travels in the 

East Indian archipelago. 1869.919.1 B76 

Browne, J. R Crusoe's island. 

1864 919.7 B81 

Froude, J. A. Oceana. 1886. ...919.4 F93 

UAWAU—Fareiyn Affairs Depi, Ha- 
waiian islands. 1899 919.6 H31 

Herbert, G. R. C. South-sea bub- 
bles. 1872 919.6 H41 

Melville, Herman. Omoo, adven- 
tures in the South seas. 1863 . 919.6 M49 
Typee: Polynesian life. 1846. . 919.6 M49t 

MusiCK, J. R Hawaii. 1898 . . .919.6 M97 

Rbclus, £lis6e. Oceanica. {Earth 

and its inhabitants) R919 qR24 

Stevens, J. E. Yesterdays in the 

Philippines. 1898 919.14 St4 

Stevenson, R L. In the South seas. 

1896 919.6 St48 

Stewart, C. S. Visit to the South 

seas. 2v. 1834 919.6 St4 

Vincent, Frank. Through and 

through the tropics. 1876 919 V74 

Williams, Thomas, and Calvert, 
James. Fiji and the Fijians. 
1859 919.61 W67 

WORCESTER, D. C. Philippine is- 
lands and their people. 1898.919.14 W89 

Young HUSBAND, G. J. Philippines 

and round about. 1899 919.14 Yo8 



ARCTIC REGIONS. 

Blackwood, F. T. H. T. Yacht 

voyage 919.8 B56 

Davis, C. H. ed. North polar expe- 
dition. 1876 919.8 qD29 

Franklin, Sir John. Thirty years 

in the Arctic regions. 1859. .919.8 F85 

Hartwig, G. L. Polar world. 1869. 

919.8 H25 

Hayes, I. I. Arctic boat journey. 

ia')4 919.8 H,32 

Land of desolation. 1872 . . . .919.8 H32 1 
Open polar seas. 1867 919.8 H.32o 

Kane, K. K. Second Grinnell ex|>e- 
dition in search of Sir .John 
Franklin. 2 v. 1856 919.8 K13 



92 



HISTORY. 



Lachambre, Henri, and Machu- 
RON, Alexis. Andree's balloon 
expedition in search of the north 
pole. 1898 919.8 Lll 

Lyon, G. F. Private journal. 1824. 

919.8 L99 

McClintock, Captain. Discovery 
of the fate of Sir John Franklin. 
imo 919.8 M13 

Nansen, Fridtjof. Farthest north. 

1897 919.8 Nlf) 

NORDENSKIOLD, A. E. Vovage of 

the ''Vega.'' 1882 919.8 N75 



NouRSE, J. E. ed, American explo- 
rations in the ice zones. 1884.. 919.8 1*^ ^ 
Second Arctic expedition made by 

Hall. 1879 919.8 qNS-f^i 

Peary, Mm, J. D. Arctic journal. 

1894 •. 919.8 pr^l 

Peary, R E. Northward over the 

"Great ice." 2 v. 1898. . .,919.8 P31 n 

Schley, W. S. and Soley, J. R. 

Rescue of Greeley. 1889 . . .919.8 Scl^3 

SONNTAG, August. Grinnell expe- 
dition to the Arctic ocean. 1857. 
919.8 So-"^ 



History. 



GENERAL. 

Adams, Brooks. Law of civiliza- 
tion and decay. 1896 901 Ad 1 

American Historical Society, 

Annual report. 1898 906 Am3 

Anderson, J. J. Manual of general * 
history. 1871 909 An2 

Andrews, E. B. Brief institutes of 

general history. 1887 909 An25 

Barnes, A. S. Brief history of an- 
cient, mediaeval and modern peo- 
ple. 1883 909 B26 

Burnham, S. M. Struggles of the 

nations. 2v. 1891 ., 909 B93 

Childebert, J. W. World of knowl- 
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Clare, I. S. camp. Library of uni- 
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Creasy, E. S. Fifteen decisive bat- 
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Current history. iS95-date. v. 5- 

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Draper, J. W. Intellectual devel- 
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DURIVAGE, F. A. Popular cyclope- 
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Freeman, E. A. Historical essays. 

3v. 1873-79 904 P87 

Outlines of history. 1874 909 F87 

Gilman, Arthur. First steps in 

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GuizoT, F. P. G. History of civil- 
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Hall, G. S. ed. Methods of teach- 
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Harris, George. Civilization con- 
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Haydn, Joseph. Dictionary of dates. 

1867 R903 B3: 

Supplement. 1870 R903 H32s 

Hegel, G. W. Philosoph of his- 
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Heilprin, Louis. Historical refer- 
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Hittell, J. S. Brief history of cul- 
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Larned, J. N. History for ready 

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Little, C. E. Cyclopedia of classi- 
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Historical lights R903 qL72 

Lubbock, Sir John. Origin of civ- 
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Newman, J. H. Historical sketches. 
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Scotch-Irish Society of America. 

Proceedings. 1889-1896 906 Sco:^ 

Smith, Goldwin. Study of history. 

1866 904 Sm5 

SwiNTON, William. Outlines of the 

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Thierry, Auqustin. Historical 

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Tytleji, a. F. Universal history. 

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Universal History: Ancient part. 

18v. 1779 909 Un3 



HISTORY. 



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odernpart. 42v. 1780 909 Un3m 

NEY, C. F. Revolutions of em- , 

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3HINGTON, J. B. Footprints of 

the agree 909 W27 

3ER, Gborge. Outlines of uni- 
versal history 909 W38 

ITE, James. Eighteen Christian 

centuries. 1859 909 W58 

.LSEY, J. H. comp. Harper's 
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ANCIENT HISTORY. 

-DwiN, J. D. Pre-historic na- 
tions. 1869 930 B19 

Iass, F. S. Buried cities recov- 
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BET, Peter. Ancient history. 

1868 • 930 F87 

-.ett, E. H. Ancient cities and 

3mpire« 930 G41 

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he ruins of Nineveh and Baby- 
on. 1856 935.2 L45 

Deveh and its remains. 1852. 

935.2 L45n 

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\LLiER, Edward. Ancient his- 

:^ry of th e east. 2v. 1870 930 L.54 

PERO, G. C. C. Dawn of civiliza- 
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930qM38 

tssing of the empires. 1900. ..935 qM38 
ruggle of the nations. 1897 . . 930 q M38s 
TLiNSON, George. Five great 

monarchies. 3v. 1871 935 R19 

anual of ancient history. 1871 . .930 R19 
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1882 935.7 R19 

xth monarchy: Parthia. 1873..935.6 R19 
•LIN, Charles. Ancient history 
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CE, a. H. Babylonians and As- 
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TH, Philip. Ancient history of 

the east. 1882 930 Sra6 

XHEIMER, M. E. Manual of an- 
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!GY, L. W. and Haines, T. L. 

Museum of antiquity. 1883 913 Yl 

roE, C. M. Landmarks of history. 
Ancient hi8U>ry. 1870 930 Y8 



EGYPT AND THE JEWS. 

Clement, Mrs, Clara (E.) Egypt..952 C59 

Edersheim, Alfred. Sketches of 

Jewish social life 933 Ed2 

HOSMER, J. K. Story of the Jews. 

( Story of the nations, ) 1891 .... 933 H79 

Josephus, Flavius. Works. 6v. 

1848 ..933J77 

Kenrick, John. Ancient Egypt 

under the Pharaohs. 2v. 1852.. 932 K41 

Latimer, Mrs, E. W. Judea from 

Cyrus to Titus. 1900 933 L34 

Mahapfy, J. P. Empire of the Ptol- 
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Morrison, W. D. Jews under Ro- 
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1895 933 M83 

Raphall, M. J. Post-Biblical his- 
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Rawlinson, George. Story of an- 
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Seiss, J. A. Miracle in stone. 1878. 

913.32 Se4 

Smith, Piazzi. Our inheritance in 

the Great Pyramid. 1880. .913.32 Sm6 

TUGUOT DE LaNOYE, FREDERICK. 

Rameses the great. 1870 932 T81 

Wilkinson, J. G. Popular account 
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1854 932 W65 

Wilson, C. W., Warren, Charles 
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ROME. 

Allen, W. F. Short history of 

the Roman people. 1893 937 Al 5 

Becker, W. A. Gallus; or, Roman 

scenes of the time of Augustus. 

1882 913.37 R38 

Beesly, a. H. Gracchi, Marius 

and Sulla. 1877 937.05 B39 

Capes, W. W. Age of Antonines. 

1876 937.06 C17 

Creighton, Mandell. History of 

Rome. 1875 937 C86 

Dyer, T. H. ed, Pompeii. 1870.913.37 D98 
Ferguson, Adam. Progress of the 

Roman republic. 1855 937.02 F38 



9A 



HISTORY. 



Freeman, E. A. Story of Sicily, 
Phoenician, Greek and Roman. 
(Story of the mUions.) 1892. . .937.8 FS7 

Gibbon, Edward. Decline and fall 
of the Roman empire. 6v. 185G. 
937.09 G35 

Oilman, Arthur. Story of Rome, 
from the earliest times to the 
end of the republic. (Story of 
the nations.) 1896 .937 G42 

Goldsmith, Oliver. History of 

Rome. 1853 937 G57 

IHNE, William. Early Rome 937 Ih5 

Kingsley, Charles. Roman and 

the Teuton. 1875 938.09 K61 

LiDDELL, H. G. History of Rome. 

1897 937 L61 

History of Rome from the earliest 
times to the establishment of 
the empire. 1897 937 LOls 

LiVY. Rome. 2v. 1830 937 L76 

Mau, AUGUST. Pompeii. 1899. .913.37 M44 

Merivale, Charles. Romans un- 
der the empire. 7v. 1866.. 937.06 M54 
School history of Rome. 1898.937.06 M54s 

Mommsen, Theodor. History of 

Rome. 4v. 1869 .937 M73 

MoNNiER, Marc. Wonders of Pom- 
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NiEBUHR, B. G. Lectures on Ro- 
man history. 3v 937 N55 

Smith, William. Smaller history 

of Rome. 1898 937 Sm5s 

Thomas, ^mile. Roman life under 

the Caesars. 1899 937 T36 

GREECE. 

BECKER, W. A. Charicles; or, Pri- 
vate life of the ancient Greeks. 
1882 91.3.38 B:^ 

Bojesen, E. F. Grecian and Roman 

antiquities. 1860 913.38 Ba3 

Cox, G. W. General history of 

Greece. 1876 \ . ..938 C83 

CURTEis, A. M. Rise of the Mace- 
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CuRTius, Ernest. History of 

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Felton, C. C. (Greece, ancient and 

modern. 1889 1)38 FU 

Pyffe, C. a. Greece. 1875 938 F99 

Goldsmith, Oliver. (Jreece. 18;i0.938G5'; 



Grote,Gborge. Greece. 12v. 1856.. 938091 

Harper's dictionary of .classical lit- 
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R913.38H2.*J 

Harrison, J. A. Story of Greece. 

(Story of the nations.) 1896 .... 938 H:4 

Lytton, E. G. Bulwer- Athens. 

1860 938.5 L99 

Mahafpy, J. P. Old Greek life. 

1881 913.38 M27 

Social life in Greece. 1874 . . 913..38 M27s 
Story of Alexander's empire. (Story 

of the nalions. ) 1894 938.07 M27 

Salkeld, Joseph. Classical anti- 
quities. 1860 913..38 Sa3 

Sankey, Charles, Spartan and 

Theban supremacies. 1877 . .938.06 Sao 

Schliemann, Henry. Troy and its 
remains. 1875 913.38 Sch3 

Tim A YENis, T. T. History of Greece. 

2v. 1882 938T48 

EUROPE. 

Adams. G. B. European history. 

1900 940 Ad 1 

Mediaeval civilization. 1883. .940.1 Ad 1 

Alison, Archibald. History of 
Europe. 6v. 1856 940.8 Al 4 

Andrews, C. M. Historical devel- 
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the congress of Vienna to the 
present time. 2v. 1896 940.9 An2 

Archer, T. A. and Kingspord, C. 
L. Crusades. (Story of the na- 
tions). 1895 940.4 Ar2 

Arnold, Thomas. Lectures on mod- 
ern history. 1884 940 Ar6 

Champney, Mrs. Elizabeth (W.) 
Romance of the feudal chateaux. 
1900 940.3C35 

Church, R. W. Beginning of the 
middle ages. 1877 94ai 04" 

Cox, G. W. Crusades. 1874 . . . .940.4 C© 

DuChaillu, p. B. Viking age. 2v. 

1889 913.4 D85 

Dug ANNE, A. J. H. War in Europe. 

1859 940.8 D8i 

Duruy, Victor. History of the 

middle ages. 1891 940 D»3 

Emerton, Ephraim. Introduction 
to the study of the middle ages. 
(375-814.) 1895 940.1 Em3 



HISTORY. 



95 



Med iaeval Europe. 1895 .... 940. 1 Em3m 
Froissart, Sir John. Chronicles 

of England, France, Spain, etc. 

1853 .940.4 F92 

Fyffe, C. a. History of modern 

Europe. 1792-1878. 1896. .. .940.8 F99 

Gray, G. Z. Children's crusade. 

1871 940.4 G79 

Hallam, Henry. Europe during 

the middle ages. 1853 940.1 H15 

View of Europe during the middle 

ages. 1896 940.1 H15s 

Hassall, Arthur. Balance of 

power, 1715-1789. 1896 940.7 H27 

HoDGKiN, Thomas. Theodoric the 

Goth. 1891 940.2 H66 

Johnson, A. H. Normans in Eu- 
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Menzies, Sutherland. Middle 

ages 940.1 M52 

MiCHAUD, J. F. History of the cru- 
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Oman, Charles. Europe. 479-918. 

940.1 Oml 

Seebohm, Frederic. Era of the 

Protestant revolution. 1874 . . 940. 7 Se3 
Stephens, H. M. Revolutionary 

Europe, 1789-1815. 1896 940.8 St4 

Thatcher, O. J. and Schwill, Fer- 
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ages. 1897 940.1 T32 

General history of Europe. 1900 . . 940 T32 
^AKEMAN, H. O. Europe. 1598- 

1715. 1895 940.7 W18 

VoNGE, C. M. Landmarks of his- 
tory: Mediaeval history, 1870. .940.1 Y8 
Landmarks of history: Modern his- 
tory. 1870 940.7 Y8 

SCOTLAND AND IRELAND. 

CuSACk, M. F. History of Ireland. 

1868 941.5 C95 

Froude, J. A. English in Ireland 

inthel8thceiitury. .3v. 1873. .94L5F93 

Johnson, W. and Johnson, A. K. 

Scottish clans and their tartans. 

1892 941 J65 

Lang, Andrew. History of Scot- 
land. 1900 941 L25 

Lawless, Eboly. Story of Ireland. 

(Story of the natioM.) 1891. . .941.5 L42 

Macarthur, Margaret. History 

of Scotland. 1874 941 Mil 



McGee,T.D. Ireland. 2v. 1880.. 941.5 M 17 

Mackenzie, A. S. Scotland 941 M19 

Mackintosh, John. Story of Scot- 
land. 1892 941 M21 

Maxwell, Sir Herbert. Robert 
the Bruce and the struggle for 
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Maxwell, W. H. Irish rebellion 

in 1798. 1866 941.57 M45 

Oliphant, Mrs, M. O. (W). Royal 

Edinburgh. 1891 .'.941 Ol 3 

Robertson, William. History of 

Scotland. 1856 941 R54 

Scott, Sir Walter. History of 

Scotland. 2v. 1830 941 Sco8 

Tales of a grandfather, v. 2, 3. 

1870. 941 Soo8t 

Smith, Goldwin. Irish history and 

Irish character. 1862 941.5 Sm5 

Tytler, p. F. Memorable wars of 

Scotland 941 T99 



ENGLAND. 

AiKiN, Lucy. Court of Charles L 

2v. 1833 942.062 qAi4 

Aubrey, W. H. S. Rise and growth 

of the English nation. 3v. 1896. 

942 Aul 

Besant, Sir Walter. London. 

1892 942 B46 

Brewster, H. P. and Humphrey, 
G. H. England and its rulers. 
1892 942 B75 

Buckle, H. T. Civilization in Eng- 
land. 2v. 1870 942 B85 

Burnet, Gilbe^it. History of his 

own time. 4v. 1753 942.06 B93 

Church, A. J. Story of early Brit- 
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Creiohton, Mandell. Age of Eliz- 
abeth 942.05 C86 

CUNNINGHAM, WILLIAM. English 

industrial history. 1896 942 C91 

Defoe, Daniel. Journal of the 

plague year. 1888 942.05 D36 

Dixon, W. H. Her majesty's tower. 

1869 942 D64 

England and America. 18.34 942 En3 

Florence of Worcester. Chron- 
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Freeman, E. A, Old- English his- 
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Froude, J. A. History of England. 

12v. 1868 942.05 F93 

Gairdner, James. Houses of Lan- 
caster and York. 1875 942.04 G12 

Gardner, S. R student's history 

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Goodrich, S. G. Pictorial history 

of England. 1870 942 G62 

Green, J. R. Conquest of England. 

1884 942.01 G82 

History of the English people. 5v. 

1882 942 G82 

Making of England. 1882. .942.01 G82m 

GuizOT, F. P. G. English revolution 

of 1640. 1856 942.062 G94 

Hale, E. E. Fall of the Stuarts. 

1876 942.06 H13 

Henry of Huntingdon. Chron- 
icle. ia53 942 H39 

HovEDEN, Roger de. Annals. 2v. 

1853 942 H82 

Hume, David. Biographical index. 

1854 942H88i 

History of England. 6v. 1854. ..942 H88 
History of England. 187 1 942 H888 

INGULPH. Chronicle of the abbey 

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Jewett, S. O. Story of the Nor- 
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Larned, J. N. History of England. 

1900 942 L32 

Latimer, Mrs, E. W. England in 
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942.08 L34 

LiNGARD, John. Abridgement of 

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History of England. lOv. 185;'). .942 L()4 

Macaulay, T. B. History of Eng- 
land. 5v. 1856 942.0<i Mil 

McCalman, a. H. England. 1883.. 942 M12 
McCarthy, Justin. England in the 
nineteenth century. 2v. 1899. 

942.08 M12 

History of our own times. 1837-5(). 

942.08 M12h 

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Martineau, Harriet. History of 

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1 



1 



Matthew of Paris. English his- 
tory. 1235-73. 3v. 1852...942.aL'^ 

Matthew OF Westminster. Flow- 
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Miller, Thomas. History of An- 
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Morris, E. E. Age of Anne. 1877. 

942.069 >^^ 

Ordericus Vitalis. Ekjclesiastical 
history of England and Norman- 
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Roger of Wendover. Flowers of 

history. 2v. 1849 942 _ 

Six old English chronicles. 1848.942.01 == 

Stanhope, P. H. earl of. History of 
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Story, A. T. Building of the Brit- 
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Thierry, Augustin. Conquest of 
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1861 942.02 

Thompson, Edith. History of Eng- 
land. 1874 942 

TOWLE, G. M. History of Henry V. 
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William op Malmesbury. Chron- 
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1847 942 \ 

Wraxall, N. W. Memoirs of my 
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Yonge, C. M. Oameos from Eng- 
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GERMANY AND AUSTRIA. 

Abbott, J. S. C. Empire of Austria. 

ia)9 943.6 Abi 

History of Prussia. 1882 943 Ab2 

BlGELOW, POULTNEY. HlstOry of 

the German struggle for liberty. 
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BRADLEY, Henry. Story of the j 

Goths. (St/)ry of the nations,) 
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Bry(:e,.Tames. Holy Roman empire. 

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CoxE, William. House of Audtria. 

1218-1792. 4v. 1864 943.6 C85 

Gardiner, S. R. Thirty years' war. 

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lAVis, C. T. Germany. 1874. . . .943 L58 

►>JGMAN, F. W. Frederick the 

Great 943.05 L86 

*i>iZEL, Wolfgang. History of 

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>F^TKE, Count Helmuth von. 
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>»FILL, W. R. Story of Poland. 

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^BFJiTSON, William. Reign of 
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^TON, L. C. Fall of Poland. 2v. 

1851 943 Sa9 

x^ller, Frederick. Thirty years' 

war. 1853 94.3.04 Sch3 

NuE, James. Germany. 1874. . . .943 Si4 

' BEL, Heinrich von. Founding 
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liam I. 6v. 1890-97 943.08 Sy 1 

^ ttle, Herbert . History of Prus- 
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-^MBER Y, A RMINIUS. Story of Hun- 
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■^fMERMAN, Helen. Hansa towns. 

( Story of the mttions. ) 1880 943 Z6 

FRANCE. 

k- DAMS, C. K. Democracy and mon- 
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hCKNEi^L, A. L. Life in the Tuil- 
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1895 944.07 B47 

Jlanc, Louis. History of ten years. 

1830-40. 2v. 1844 944.06 B59 

{ONNECHOSE, 6mile de. History 

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OU8IN, Victor. Secret history of 
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)rKUY, Victor. , History of France. 

.: 1896 944 D93 



Fleury, M.L. L'Histoirede France 

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GuizOT, F. P. G. History of France 

to 1848. 8v. 1884 944 G94 

History of France to 1852. 1870. .944 H62 
Hugo, Victor. History of a crime. 

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Kaisenberg, Moritz von. Mem- 
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Kitchen, G. W. History of France 

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Lacombe, Paul. Growth of a peo- 
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Lamartine, Alphonse de. His- 
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1852 944.07 L16 

History of the Girondists. 3v. 1854. 

944.04L16 

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Latimer, Mrs. E. W. France in the 

nineteenth century. 1894 . .944.08 L34 

Lebon, ANDRfe. Modern France. 
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McCarthy, J. H. French revolu- 
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Martin, Henri. Age of Louis XIV. 

2v. 1868. 944.033 M36 

Decline of the French monarchy. 

2v. 1866 944.03 M36 

Masson, Gust AVE. Story of medi- 
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Mommsen, Theodor and others. Let- 
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Norm AND, Hugh de. True stories 

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Pardoe, Julia. Court and reij^nof 

Francis L 2v. 1849 944.028 P21 

Louis XIV. 2v. 1868 944.0.33 P21 

POORE, B. P. Rise and fall of Louis 

Philippe. 1848. 944.04 P79 

Thiers, Adolphe. Consulate and 
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1861 944.046 T34 

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TOCQUEVILLE, ALEXIS DE. Old 

regime and the revolution. 1876. 
944.03 T56 

Washburne, E. R Correspondence. 

1878 944.08 W27 

ITALY. 

Abbott, J. S. C. Italy and the war 

for Italian independence. 1882 . 945 Ab2 
BURCKHARDT, JACOB. Civilization 

of the renaissance in Italy. 1892 . 945 B89 
Crawford, F. M. Rulers of the 

South. 2v. 1900 945 (;85 

Fl AGO, Edmund. Venice. 2v. 1853.945 F59 
Hunt, William. Italy. 1874. . .945 H91 
Latimer, Mrs. E. W. Italy in the 

nineteenth century. 1896 . . .945.09 L34 
Machiavelli, Nicoolo. History 

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Oliphant, Mrs, M. O. (W). Makers 

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Makers of Venice. 1888 945 Ol 3m 

Probyn, J. W. Italy: from the fall 

of Napoleon I in 1815 to the year 

1890. 1891 945.08 P94 

Proctor, George. Italy. 1844 . . 945 P94 
Sismondi, J. C. L. S. DE. Italian 

republics 945 Si8 

Stillman, W. J. Union of Italy. 

1898 945.09 St5 

Symonds, J. A. Short history of 

the renaissance in Italy. 1893. 

945.06 Sy6s 

SPAIN AND PORTUGAL. 



Burke, U. R. History of Spain. 2v. 

1895 946 B91 

Claus DE Florian, J. H. History 

of the Moors of Spain. 1860..946.02 C54 
Hale, E. E. and Hale, Susan. 

Story of Spain. 1891 946 H 13 

History of Spain and Portugal. 3v. 

1835 946 H62 

Latimer, Mrs. E, W. Spain in the 

nineteenth century. 1897. . .946.08 L34 

Napier. W. F. P. History of the 

war in the peninsula. 1838. .946.06 N16 

Pearce, W. C. History of Spain 

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Poole, Stanley Lane- Story of 

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Presoott, W. H. Reign of Ferdi- 
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Reign of Philip II, King of Spain. 
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Southey, Robert. Chronicle of 
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Stephens, H. M. Story of Portugal. 
(Story of the nations). 1895 .... 846.9 1 

Watts, H. E. Christian recovery of 
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RUSSIA AND SCANDINAVIA. 

ANTHiNG, Frederick. Campaigns 
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BOYESEN, H. H. Story of Norway. 

(Story of the nations, ) 1892 . . .948. 1 
Brandes, Gborg. Impressions of 

Russia. 1889 947! 

Brockett, L. p. Cross and the 

crescent. 1877 947.08 

Carlyle, Thomas. Early kings of 

Norway. 1875 5H8.1 

Crichton, Andrew and Wheaton, 
Henry. History of Denmark, 
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KiNGLAKE, A. W. Invasion of the 

Crimea. 6v. 1864 947.07 

LaBaume, Eugene. Campaign in 

Russia. 1817 947.07 

Latimer, Mrs, E. W. Russia and 
Turkey in the nineteenth cen- 
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LeRoy-Beaulieu, Anatole, Em- 
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MORFILL, W. R. Story of Russia. 

(Story of the iiations,) 1895 947 

Noble, Edmund. Russian revolt. 

1885 947 

Rambaud, Alfred. History of Rus- 
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RUSSO-.JEWISH Committee. Perse- 
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1890 947.08 

Smucker, S. M. Court and reign of 
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HISTORY. 



9» 



'EPNIAK, pgeucL King Stork and 
king Log: study of modem Rus- 
sia, 2v. 1895 947.08 St4 

Russia under the tsars. 1895 947 St4 

>OKE, William. History of Rus- 
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3LTAIRE, F. M. A. DE. Historyof 
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NETHERLANDS-SWITZERLAND. 

DAMS, F. O. and Cunningham, C. 
D. Swiss Confederation. 1889. .949.4 Adl 

3LT0N, J. M. Annals of Switzer- 
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RiPFis, W. E. Brave little Hol- 
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x:o, LiNA, and Stead, Richard. 
Story of Switzerland. 1890 . . 949.4 H86 

oiXEY, J. L. History of the United 
Netherlands. 4v. 1861 949.2 M85 

John of Bameveld. 2v. 1874..949.2M85J 

Rise of the Dutch republic. 3v..949.2 Ma5r 

>GERS, J. E. T. Story of Holland. 
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^N Kampen, N. G. History and 
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'tJNG, Alexander. History of 
the Netherlands. 1884 949.2 Y8 

-'Hokke, Heinrich. History of 

Switzerland. 1877 949.4 Z8 

• 

MINOR COUNTRIES. 

iKjAMiN, S. G. W. Troy 939.21 B43 

MsTOCK, J. L. History of the 

Greek revolution. 1829 949.5 C73 

>vnelly, Ignatius. Atlantis. 

1882 913.39 D71 

vmartine, Alphonse DE. His- 
tory of Turkey. ia55 949.6 L16 

Man, C. W. C. Story of the Byzan- 
tine empire. (Story of the na- 
tions.) 1892 949.5 Oml 

'OGLE, Stanley Lane- Story of 

Turkey. (Story of the nations.) 

18a5 949.6 P78 

'ORTER, J. L. Giant citied of Bashan. 

1883 939.4 P83 

awlinson^Gborqe. Story of Phoe- 
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2ROEANT, Lewis. New Greece. 949. 5 Se6 



ASIA. 

Allen, D. O. India, ancient and 

modern. 1856 954 Al 5 

Arnold, Edwin. Marquis of Dal- 
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Butler, William. Land of the 

Veda. 1872 954 B97 

COLQUHON, A. R. China in trans- 
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Curtis, W. E. Yankees of the east. 

2v. 1896 952 C94 

CURZON, G. N. Problems of the far 

east. 1896 950 C94 

Duff, Alexander. Indian rebel- 
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Feudge, p. R. India 954 F43 

Frazer, R. W. British India. 1897..954 F86 
Gilman, Arthur. Story of the Sara- 
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Greene, F. D. Rule of the Turk. 

1896 956.6 G83 

Griffis, W. E. Japan in history, 

folk-lore and art. 1894 952 G87 

Mikado's empire. 1876 952 G87m 

HOLCX)MBE, Chester. Real Chinese 

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1882 954 H91 

Leroy-Beaulieu, Pierre. Awak- 
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McFarlane, Charles. Japan. 

1854 952 M16 

Martineau, Harriet. British rule 

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Murray, Hugh and others. China. 

3v. 1836 951 M96 

Peery, R. B. Gist of Japan. 1897..962 P34 

Ransome, Stafford. Japan in 

transition. 1899 952 R17 

Smith, A. H. Chinese characterist- 
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Vladimir, pseud. Russia on the Pac- 
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1899 957 V84 

Wheeler, J. T. Short history of 

India. 1880 954 W56 

Wheeler, L. N. Foreigner in 
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AFRICA. 

Bryce, James and others. Briton 

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Campbell, B. M. Madagascar. 

1889 969 CIS 

Davis, K. H. With both armies in 

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FiTZPATRiCK, J. P. Transvaal from 

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HiLLEGAS, H. C. Oom Paul's peo- 
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HiNDE,S. L. Fall of the Congo Arabs. 

1897 967 H58 

Johnston, H. H. British Central 

Africa. 1897 966 J64 

Latimer. Mrs. E. W. Europe in 

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1895 .*960L34 

Lucas, C. P. Historical geography 

of the British colonies. 1897. . .968 L96 
Penpield, F. C. Present day Egypt. 

1899 !..962P37 

Poole, Stanley Lane- Story of 

the Barbary Corsairs. {Story of 

the natiom.) 1894 961 P78 

SCHREINER, Olive. South African 

question. 1899 968.2 Sch7 

Steevens, G. W. With Kitchener 

to Khartum. 1899 962St3 

Theal, G. M. South Africa. 1894.968.2 T34 

YOUNGHUSBAND, FRANCIS. SoUth 

Africa of today. 1898 968.2 Yo8 

AMERICA— INDIANS— ANTIQUITIES. 

Baldwin, J. D. Ancient America. 

1878 913.7 B19 

Bancroft, H. H. Native races. 5v. 

1875 970.1 B22 

Brownell, C. D. Indian races of 

North and South America. 1864. 
970.1 B81 

Charney, DltsiRlt:. Ancient cities 

of the new world. 1887 913.7 qC37 

Dodge, R. I. Our wild Indians. 1882. 

970.1 D66 

Donaldson, Thomas. Indians: the 

six nations of New York. 1892. 

970.4 D71 

Fletcher, A. C. Indian story and 

song- from North America. 1900. 

.... 970.1 F6.1 

Ghinnell, G. B. Indians of today. 

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Harrison, J. B. Indian reserva- 
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Indian Rights Association. Filth 
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Jackson, Mrs. H. M. (F.) H. Cen- 
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Miller, C. H. Shadows of Shasta. 

1881 970.1 M^' 

Peet, S. D. Cliflf dwellers and Pu- 
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Religious Society of Friends. 
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1891 970.5 

Robertson, William. Discovery 
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970 r: 

Schoolcraft, H. R. Iroquois. 1846. 

970.1 qSc 

Thirty years with the Indian 

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Short, J. T. North Americans of 

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United States— Ccrwru^ ojffice. Re- 
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970.5 fUnrr"^ 

— Indian Commission, Annual re- 
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WiNSOR, Justin, ed. Narrative and 
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CANADA. 

BOURINOT, J. G. Story of Canada. 

(St4>ry of the ncdUyns,) 1896. ... 971 B6t^' 

Charlevoix, P. F. X. db. New 

France. 6v. 1866 971 qC3^ 

Coffin, Victor. Province of Que- 
bec and the early American rev- 
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Parkman, Francis. Count Fronte- 
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XIV. 1877 971 P23 

Jesuits in Noith America. 1868.971 P23j 
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MEXICO— WEST INDIES. 

American Republics— Bureau of, 

Santo Domingo. 1892 972.93 Am3 

Bonsal, Stephen. Real condition 

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-.ER, William. Mexico in tran- 

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'IGERO, D. F. S. History of 

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IS, A. G. Mexico in 1876. 1876. 

972.08 qC89 

RIPTIVE account of the geo- 

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f Gautemala. 1893 972.81 G9.3 

E, A. K. West Indies. 1899..972.9 F'A 

s, Susan. Story of Mexico. 

Story of (he nations) 972 H13 

ORY of Spanish America 972 Sp2 

ER, Brantz. War between 

lexico and U. S. 1848 972.05 M45 

[CAN Border Commission. Re- 

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f Texas. 1875 972.08 M57 

ICO 972 M72 

»er, C. M. Tomorrow in Cuba. 

899 972.91 P39 

sOOTT, W .H. Conquest of Mex- 

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AN, A. S. and Ramsey, M. M. 

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SOX, R. A. Conquest of Mexico. 

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REWS, E. B. History of the last 

luarier-century in the U. S. 2v. 

1896 .....973.8 An2 

story of the U. S. 2v. 1899. .973 An2 

ERTON, William. North-west- 

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CROFT, George. History of the 

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A.RD, A. B. School history of 

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3ROOKS, Noah, ed. Scribner's 

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Channing, Edward. U.S. of Amer- 
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Cooper, J. F. History of the navy 

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Crawford, J. B. Credit mobilier of 

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D WIGHT, Theodore. History of the 

Hartford convention. 1833 . . 973.5 DS6 

Elson, H. W. Side lifjhts on Amer- 
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First century of national existence. 

1874 973 F51 

FiSKE, John. History of the U. S. 

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Gilman, Arthur. History of the 

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Historical and legal examination 

of the Dred Scott case. 1858. .973.5 D81 

Ingersoll, C. J. Sketch of the sec- 
ond war between the U. S. and 
Great Britain. 1849 973.5 In4 

Jameson, J. F. Dictionary of U. S. 

history R973 J23 

Lodge, H. C'. Studies in history. 

1884 973 L82 

Lossing, B. J. Harper's popular 
cyclopedia of U. S. history. 2v. 
1882 973 L89 

McCuLLOCH, Hugh. Men and meas- 
ures of half a century. 1889. .973 M13 

McLaughlin, A. C. History of the 

American nation 973 M22 

M ACL AY, E. S. History of Ameri- 
can privateers. 1899 973 M224 

McM ASTER, J. B. People of the U. S. 
from the revolution to the civil 

war. V. 1-5. 1895 973 M225 

School history of the U. S. 1897.973 M225s 
With the fathers. 1896 973.4 M225 

Magazine of American history, v. 

9-29 973 M27 

Montgomery, D. H. Leading facts 

of American history. 1900 973 M76 

OLD South leaflets. 4v 973 Ol 2 

PATTON, J. H. Historv of the U. S. 

1860 '. 973 P27 

POORE, B. P. Perley's reminis- 
cences. 2v. 1886 . .* 973 P79 

QUACKENBOS. G. P. School history 

of the U. S. 1857 973 Q2 

Rhodes, J. F. History of the U. S. 
from the compromise of 1850. 4v. 
IJHX) 973.6 R34 



102 



HISTORY. 



RiDPATH, J. C. History of the U. S. 

to 1889. 1891 973 qR43 

Sargent, Nathan. Public .men 

and events. 1817-53. 2 v. 1875. .973.5 Sa7 

SCHOULER, James. History of the 

U.S. 1783-1865. 6v. 1880-99. .973 Sch6 

Steele, J. D. and Steele, E. B. 

Brief history of thelJ. S. 1885. .973 St3 

Sumner, Charles. Prophetic voices 

concerning America. 1874 973 Su6 

Swift, P. H. Star in the west. 1898.973 Sw5 
Touro6e, a. W. Appeal to Caesar. 

1884 973.8 T64 

United States — Co mmission of 
Claims, Report of the decisions 
under the convention of Febru- 
ary 8, 1853, between the U. S. 
and Great Britain. ia56. . .973.6 Un3c 
— Congress. Report of the commit- 
tee selected to inquire into the 
late seizure of the public prop- 
erty at Harper's Ferry. 1860. 

973.6 Un3 

—Conimittee on elections. Report of 
the committee to investigate 
the troubles in Kansas. 1856. 

973.6 Un.3k 

— Committee on the Covode investiga- 
tion. Covode investigation. 

1860 .973.6 Un.3co 

— Joint conwiitt^. Celebration of 
the 100th anniversary of the 
layingof the corner stone of the 
capitol of the U. S. 1896. .973.8 C76 
Report of condition of affairs in 
the late insurrectionary states. 
(Ku Klux Klan). 1872. . .973.8 Un3k 
— Joint committee on recon^itrurtion. 

ReiK)rt. 1866 973.8 Un3r 

— Select committee. Report of the 
select committee on the New 

Orleans riots. 1867 973.8 Un3n 

— Electoral commission. Proceed- 
ings. 1877 973.8 Un3e 

Universal history of the U. S. 182H. 

973 Un3 

Venable, W. H. School history. 

1872 973 V55 

Walker, F. A. Making of the na- 
tion. 1895 973.4 Wlo 

WiLLARD, Emma. History of the 

U.S. 1837 973 W66; 



WiLLSON, Marcius. History of the 

U. S. to 1858 973 \^rtJ8 

Wilson, Woodrow. Division and 

reunion. 1829-89. 1896. . ..973.5 W^f^ 

Young, A. W. American states- 
man. 1855 973 V« 

DISCOVERY AND COLONIAL. 

Anderson, R. B. America not dis- 
covered by Cohimbus. 1874.. 973.1 A^«^2 

Arber, Edward, ed. Story of the 

Pilgrim fathers. 1897 . .' 973.2 A. ''^ 

Bouquet's expedition against the 

Ohio Indians in 1764 97.3.215^^^ 

Church, Thomas. Indian war of 

1675-6. 1846 973.2C-4"; 

Doyle, J. A. English colonies in 

America. 3v. 1889 973.2 1> '^" 

Eggleston, Edward. Beginners 

of a nation. 1896 973.2 E ^> 

Fisher, G. P. Colonial era. 1895..973.2F -^w 

FiSKE, John. Discovery of America. 

2v. 1892 97.3.1 F" ->* 

Dutch and Quaker colonies in 

America. 2v. 1899 973.2 F ^*>* 

Old Virginia and her neighbors. 

2v. 1898 973.2 Fr^^ 

Griffis, W. E. Pilgrims in their 

three homes; England, Holland 

and America. 1899 973.2 C^87 

Hart, A. B. American history told 

by contemporaries. 2v. 1898...97.3.2F^r^> 

Formation of the union. 1893. .973.2 Hl^if 

Helps, Arthur. Spanish conquest 

in Americ:i. 4v. 1856 973. 1 F^.^i 

LODCJE, H. C. Short history of the 

English colonies in America. 

1898 973.2 U^ 

Lummis, C. F. Spanish pioneers. 

1893 ,.973.1 U: 

Moore, Charles. Northwest imder 

three Hags. IJKK) 973.2 M78 

Parkman, Francis. Conspiracy of 

Pontiac. 1868 973.2 P23 

Discovery of tlie great west. 1869. 

973.2 P23d 

Half century of conflict. 2v. 

1892 973.2 P23h 

Montcalm and Wolfe. 2v. 1885.973.2 P23m 

Pioneers of France in the new 

world. 1865 973.1 PS 

Sloank, W. M. French war and 

the revolution. 1893 973.2 Si 5 



t-:,' 



• * 



HISTORY. 



103 



^ITES, R G. Colonies. 1492- 

750. 1891 973.2 T42 

SOR, Justin. Mississippi basin: 
truggle between England and 
'^rance in America. 1697-1763. 
895 973.2 W73 

U. S.— REVOLUTION. 

:e, John. American revolution. 

tv. 1891 973.3 F54 

Ltical period of American his- 
tory. 1783-89. 1889 973.3 P54c 

DHINGHAM, RICHARD. Siege of 

Boston. 1873 973.3 F93 

5E, H. C. Story of the revolu- 

ion. 2v. 1898 973.3 L82 

»ING, B. J. Pictorial field-book 

>f the revolution. 2v 973.3 L89 

>ESEL., F. A. Memoirs during 
lis residence in America. 2v. 

868 973.3 R44 

>ESEL, Mrs, F. C. L. Letters 
md journals relating to the 
\merican revolution. 1867.. 973.3 R44 1 
CHER, James. Military journal 
luring the Revolutionary war. 

1823 973..38 T.32 

i^ELYAN, Sir G. O. American 
•evolution. 1766-76. 1899. ..973.3 T72 
VRTON, Francis, ed. Revolu- 
tionary diplomatic correspond- 
ence of the U. S. 6v. 1889. .973..32 W55 

U. S.— CIVIL WAR. 

OTT, J. S. G. Civil war in Amer- 
ica. V. 1. 1863 97.3.7 qAb2 

[EN, Daniel. Atlantic coast. 

1883 973.75 Ara6 

TEN, J. M. Two years in the U. 

5. navy. 1881 97.3.75 B32 

TH, R. B. Grand army of the 

republic 973.76 B38 

CHER, H. W. *»The American 

ivar." 1863 973.7 qB.39 

ktriotic addresses in America and 

England. 1887 973.7 B39p 

INE, J. G. Twenty years of con- 

jress. 2v. 1884 97.3.71 B57 

WNLOW, W. G. Rise, progress 
and decline of secession. 1862. 
973.73 B8l! 



Cist, H. M. Army of the Cumber- 
land. 1882 973.73 C49 

Cox, J. D. Atlanta. 1882 973.73 Ca3 

March to the sea. 1882 973. 73 C83m 

Dana, C. A. Recollections of the 

civil war. 1898 973.7 D19 

Davis, Jefferson. Rise and fall 
of the confederate government. 
2v. 1881 -. . .973.7 D29 

Doubled AY, Abner. Chancellors- 

ville and Gettysburg. 1882. . .973.73 D74 

Fort Sumter and Moultrie in 1860-1. 

1876 973.78D74 

Draper, J. W. American civil war. 

3v. 1867 973.7 D79 

Edmonds, S. R E. Nurse and spy 

in the union army. 1865 973.78 Eld5 

Eggleston, G^ C. Rebel's recollec- 
tions. 1875 973.78 Eg3 

First reunion of the survivors of the 

army of the Tennessee. 1892.. 973.76 T25 

FiSKE, John. Mississippi valley in 

the civil war. 1900 973.7 F54 

Force, M. F. From Fort Henry to 

Corinth. 1881 973.73 F74 

Gage, M. D. From Vicksburg to 

Raleigh. 1865 97.3.74 G12 

Glazier, Willard. Capture, prison 

pen and escape. 1867 973.77 G46 

Three years in the federal cavalry. 

1870 973.78 G46 

Greeley, Horace. American con- 
flict. 2v. 1867 973.7 G81 

Greene, C. S. Thrilling stories of 

the great rebellion, 1866 . . .973.78 G83 

Greene, F.V. Mississippi. 1882.973.73 G83 

GUROWSKI, Adam. Diar>. 1861-6:1 

2\'. 1862-64 ! 973.7 G96 

Hamersly, L. R. com;). Records of 
living officers of the U. S. navy 
and marine corps. 1870 973.75 H17 

Hanson, J. W. Sketch of the old 

sixth regiment. 1866 973.78 H19 

Headley, J. T. Grant and Sher- 
man. 1865 973.73 H34 

Great rebellion. 1866 973.7 H34 

Historical war map. Rebellion 

record 973.73 H62 

Hitchcock, B. W. Chronological 

record of the civil war. 186(M>5. 

1866 973.7 H63 

Humphreys. A. A. Virginia cam- 
paign of *()4 and »6;). 1883. .973.73 H88 



104 



HISTORY. 



Johnson, R. U. ami Buel, C. C. ed. 
Battles :ind leaders of the civil 
war. 4v. 1884-87 973.7 J63 

Johnston, J. E. Military opera- 
tions during the war between the 
states. 1874 973.78 J64 

Keckley, Elizabeth. Behind the 

scenes. 1868 973.7 K23 

McCl.ell.an, Gen, G. B. Organiza- 
tion of the army of the Potomac. 
18(>4 973.74 M13 

Report on the organization and 

campaigns of the army of the 

Potomac. 1864 973.74 M13r 

McElroy, John. Andersonville. 

1879 973.77 M15 

Mcpherson, Edward. Political 
history of the U. S. during the 
great rebellion. 1864 973.71 M24 

Mahan, a. T. Gulf and the inland 

waters. 1883 973.75 M27 

Moore, Frank. Civil war in song 

and story. 1889 973.78 M78 

Women of the war. 1866. . . .973.77 M78 

Narrative of sufferings of U. S. of- 
ficers and soldiers while prison- 
ers in the hands of the rebel 
authorities 973.77 N16 

Nichols, G. W. Story of the great 

march. 18()5 973.78 N52 

NicoLAY, J. G. Outbreak of the re- 
bellion. 1881 973.73 N51 

Palfrey, F. W. Antietam and 

Fredericksburg. 1882 973.73 P17 

Paris, L. P. A., Cmnte de. Civil w^r. 

4v. 1876 973.7 P21 

Parton, James. General Butler in 

New Orleans. 1864 973.73 P25 

Phisterer, Frederick. Statistical 

record. 1883 973.73 P55 

Pollard, E. A. First year of the 

war. 1862 973.7 P76 

Observations in the north: eight 

months in prison. 1865. ..973.77 P76 

Second year of the war. 1864. .973.7 P76s 

Pond, G. E. Shenandoah valley. 

1883 973.73 P77 

Pope, John. Campaign in Vir- 
ginia 973.73P81 

Porter. D. D. Naval history of the 

civil war. 181X) 973.75 P83 

Quint, a. II. Potomac and the Rap- 

idan. 1H(>4 P73.78 Q4 



Richardson, A. D. Secret service. 

1865 973.78 I^ 

Ropes, J. C. Army under Pope. 

1881 973.73 :m^ 

SCHMUCKER, S. M. Civil war in the 

U. S 973.7 S^W 

SOLEY, J. R Blockade and the 

cruisers. 1883 973.75 Sot 

Stephens, A. H. Constitutional 
view of the late war between the 

states. 2v. 1867 973.7 «t4 

Swinton, William. Twelve decis- 
ive battles of the war. 1867 . .973.73 ^^w6 
Taylor, B. F. Life in camp and 

field 973.7 T =21p 

Mission ridge and Lookout moun- 
tain 973.7 IIW-I 

Taylor, Richard. Destruction and 

reconstruction. 1879 973. 78 CJg ^ 

Truesdale, John. Blue coats.. 973. 78 •^■'"6 
United States— Congress, Select 
committee of five. Report. 1861. 

'. 973.7 U r=B3f 

—Navy Jkpt, Official records of 
the Union and Confederate na- 
vies in the war of the rebel- 
lion 973.75 1:: -^^ 

— State Dept^ Diplomatic corres- 
pondence. 2v. 1864 973.7 C—^^n3 

— War Dept. Report of the com- 
mittee on the conduct of the 
war in the attack on Peters- 
burg. 1865 973.73 Uirr=33p 

War of the rebellion. 1880-date. 

V. \-date 973.7 Udb--^*^ 

Webb, A. S. Peninsula. 1881.. 973. 73^^^^ 
Wise, J. S. End of an era. 1900..973.7 \W^^''> 

SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR 

Beck, H. H. Cuba's fight for free- 
dom and the war with Spain. 
1898 973.9 tx-^^ 

BONSAL, Stephen. Golden horse- 
shoe. 1900 973.9 

Davis, R. H. Cuban and Porto Rican 

campaigns. 1898 973.9 1>^ 

Flint, Grover. Marching with 

Gomez. 1898 973.9 F^^ 

HOBSON, R. P. Sinking of the **Mer- 

rimac." 1899 973.9 H65 

Marshall, Edward. Story of the 

Rough Riders. 1899 973.9 M35 



HISTORY. 



105 



SONZALO DE and NORTH- 

D. War in Cuba. 1896.973.9 Q3 
\ Theodore. Rough 

1899 973.9 R67 

.D. "Maine." 1899. .973.9 Si2 
R Our navy in the war 

ain. 1898 973.9Sp3 

KTES— Suite Dept. Proc- 
ns and decrees during 

with Spain. 1899 . . 973.9 Un3p 

J. With Dewey at Man- 

i98 973.9 V83 

UMBULL. Our war with 

3r Cuba's freedom. 1898. 
973.9 W58 

LAND-ATLANTIC STATES 

S. C. and Elwell, E. H. 

f Maine. 1892 974.1 Ab2 

tecord Commissioners, Re- 

974.46 B65 

r. H Great metropolis. 

974.71B81 

Elf W. H. Massachusetts. 

974.4 C22 

rlUR, T. S. Connecticut. 

974.6 C22 

ey. ia54 974.9 C22 

k. 1854 974.7 C22 

ania. 1854 974.8 C22 

1854 974.3 C22 

G. Making of Pennsyl- 

1898 974.8 F53 

IN. Beginnings of New 

d. 1895 974 F54 

E. T. Philadelphia and 

lufactures. 1^58 974.81 F87 

RTHUR. Story of Boston. 

.^ 974.46 G42 

Mrs, Constance (C.) 
r of the city of New York. 

974.71 H24 

r. A. In old New York. 
974.71J26 

Alexander. C^nnecti- 

387 974.6,764 

H U S E T T S C 'OMMON- 

'H. Debates and proceed - 
I the convention, held in 
ir 1788, and which finally 
I the constitution of the 
1856 974.4 M38 



O'Callaohan, E. B. Colonial his- 

tory of the state of New York. 

1853 974.7 fOcl 

Documentary history of the state 

of New York. 4v. 1850..974.7 fOcld 

Palfrey, J. G. History of New 

England. 4v. 1859 974 P17 

Peck, George. Wyoming. 1858. 

974.83 P33 

Randall, S. S. History of the state 

of New York. 1870 974.7 R15 

Roberts, E. H. New York. 2v. 

1888 974.7 R54 

Robinson, R. E. Vermont. 1892.. 974.3 R56 

Todd, C. B. City of New York. 

1890 974.71 T56 

Wesoott, Thompson. Guide-book 

to Philadelphia 974.81 W52 

White, Henry. Early history of 

New England. 1841 974 W58 

SOUTHERN STATES. 

Arthur, T. S. and Carpenter, W. 

H. Georgia. 1854 975.8 Ar7 

Kentucky 976.9 Ar7 

Virginia. 1854 975.5 Ar7 

Brackenridoe, H. M. Views of 

Louisiana. 1814 976.3 B72 

Browne, W. H. Maryland. 1884..975.2 B81 

Carpenter, W. H. Tennessee. 

1854 9*26.8 C22 

Casseday, Ben. Louisville. 1852. 

976.91 C27 

Cooke, J. E. Virginia. 1883. . .975.5 C7T 
Dewhurst, W. W. St. Augustine. 

1881 975.9 D51 

Grady, H. W. New south. 1890. .975G75 
Irving, Theodore. Conquest of 

Florida. 1851 975.9 Ir8 

Jefferson, Thomas. Notes on Vir- 
ginia. 1832 975.5 J35 

Oklahoma Territory — Exenitive 

Dept, Report of governor. 1893- 

94 976.60k4 

Shaler, N. S. Kentucky. 1885. .976.9 Shi 
SIMMS, W. G. Huguenots in Flori- 
da. 1854 975.9Si4 

Todd, C. B. Story of Washington. 

1889 975.31 T56 

CENTRAL AND WP:STERN STATES. 

Alaska — District ot\ Exei-utin' Ikpt. 
Report of governor. 1897. . . .979.8 Al 1 



106 



HISTORY. 



Arizona— ExenUii^D€j)t. Report of 

governor. 1891-93-96 979.1 Ar4 

ASHTON, Charles ami oUiera. Hand- 
book of Iowa 977.7 As3 

Barrows, William. Oregon. 1884. 

979.5 B27 

Beggs, S. R. The west. 1868. . . .977 B39 

Burnet, Ja(X)b. Early settlement 
of the northwestern territory. 
1847 977 B93 

Carpenter, W. H. and Arthur. 

T.S. Ohio 977.1 C22 

Carr, LuciEN. Missouri. 1888. .977.8 C23 

COOLEY, T. M. Michigan. 1888. .977.4 C77 

Cox, S. C. Early settlement of the 

Wabash valley. 1860 977.2 C83 

Dillon, J. B. Indiana. 1859. ..977.2 D58 

Dunn, J. P. Indiana. 1888 977.2 D92 

Hall, James. Romance of western 

history. 1871 977 H14 

Hollow AY, W. R Indianapolis. 

1870 977.21 H72 

Kansas. 1808 978.1 H72 

King, Rufus. Ohio. 1888 977.1 K58 

New Mkxico- Ejcecntive Devt. Re- 
port of governor 978.9 N42 

Parker, N. H. Iowa as it is in 1857. 

ISTu 977.7P22 

Perkins, J. H. Annals of ►he west. 

ISTA 977 P41 

Robinson, S. T. L. Kansas. 1856. 

978.1 R5() 

Roosevelt, Theodore. Winuinof 

of the west. 4v. 1890 977 R07 

ROYCE, Josiah. California. 1888. 

979.4 R81 

Spring, L. W. Kansas. 1885. .978.1 Si>8 

Utah Commission. Rei>orts. lH<):j. 

94, 96 979.2 Utl 

Utah — Executive Dept. Reports. 

188SM>r) 979.2 Utl^ 

WiNSOR, .Justin. Westward move- 
ment. 1897 977 W7,3 

ILLINOIS. 

Bateman, Newton (dhI Selhy, 
Paul, eih Historical encyolo- 



Bloominoton. H. R Page and Co, 

pub. 1889 977.3U^ 

Bloomington. History of the First 

Presbyterian church. 1833-1>5. 
977.315 



62 



62 



93 



Burnham, J. H. Bloomington and 
Normal, Illinois. 1879. .. .977.315 

Carpenter, W. H. and Arthur, 

T. S. Illinois. 1854 977.3 0'22 

Chicago Relief and Aid Society. 
Report of the disbursement of 
contributions for the sufferers by 
the Chicago fire. 1874 977.31 qC-'-i^ 

Clark, C. M. History of the thir- 
tv-ninth regiment I. V. V. I. 
1889 977.3 Cr^ 

Clark, G. R. Campaign in Illinois 

in 1778-79. 1869 977.3 C^^^ 

Davidson, Alexander arwiSTUvfe, 
Bernard. Illinois, 1673-1873. 
1876 977.3 E>^*^ 

Duis, E. Good old times in McLean 

county, Illinois. 1874. . . ! .977.312 E^ ^^ 

Eddy, T. M. Patriotism in Illinois. 
2v. 1865 977.3 

Edwards, N. W. Illinois. 1778- 
1833. 1870 977.3 

Ford, Thomas. Illinois. 1818.47. 
1^54.., 977.3 

Gerhard, Fred. Illinois as it i^. 
1857 : 977.3 

Goodspeed, F^ J. Great fires in Chi- 
cago and the west. 1871 977.31 

Illinois biographical encyclopi*Miia; 
nineteenth century. 1895 R920 

Illinois in 1837. ia37 977.3 

Illinois Society of the Sons of the 
American Revolution yearbook. 
1896 977.3 

Illustrated Bloomington and Nor- 
mal. 18<K) 977.315 fB^' 

James, E. J. and I^veless, M. J. 
cd. Newspapers published in 
Illinois prior to 1860. 1899. ..977.3 J^ 

Kirkland. .Joseph. Chicago mas- 
sacre of 1812. 1893 977.31K63C 

Story of Chioaj?o. 2v. 1892. .977.31 K«3s 

Lawrence, R. S. Past, present and 

future of Rloomiugton. 187 1.977 .315 L43 



6 



U 6 



II fi 



pedia of Illinois. 19(H) 977.3 B31 McLean CorxTY Historical So- 

Beckwith, H. W. History of Vor- ciKTY. Transactions. 1899.. 977.312 Ml-* 
million county, Illinois. 1879. Mason. K. G. Chapters from Illinois 
977..32 B38 . bistorv. IIM)!. 977.3 M^^ 



BIOGRAPHY. 



107 



Mather, I. F. Makings of Illinois. 

1900 977.3 M42 

M A.TSON, N. French and Indians of 

the Illinois river. 1874 .... 977.3 M423 

ACeirriman, C. p. and others. His- 
tory of McLean county, 111. 1879. 
977.312M55 

J^OSES, John, ed. Biographical dic- 
tionary and portrait gallery of 
the representative men of the 
U. S. Illinois volume. 1896 . . 920 fM85 
. Illinois. 2v. 1889 977.3 M85 

P«ILLIPS, I. N. comp. Revised ordi- 
nances of the city of Blooming- 
ton. 1876 977.315 P54 

Power, J. C. History of Springfield, 

IIL 1871 977.32 P87 

Ft A.LPH, Julian. Chicago and the 

world 's fair. 1893 977.31 R13 

rt:EYNOLDS, John. My own times. 

1855 ; 977.3 R33 

W^CODRUPP, G. H. Forty years ago. 

1874 977.32 W87 

SOUTH AMERICA. 
A. ISDREWS, C. C. Brazil. 1891 . . .981 An2 

^rJTTER WORTH, HEZEKIAH. SoUth 

America. 1898 980 B98 

^^^^msHAw, Willi ABi. History of 

South America. 1850 980 G88 

^^^ESOOTT, W. H. Conquest of Peru. 

2v. 1866 985 P92 



RiVERO, M. E. and Tschudi, J. J. 
VON. Peruvian antiquities. 1855. 

913.85R52 

Zeballos, K S. Arbitration upon 
a part of the national territory 
of Misiones disputed by the U.S. 

of Brazil, v. 1. 1893 982 Ze 1 

Argument for the Argentine re- 
public upon the question with 
Brazil in regard to the terri- 
tory of Misiones. 1894 ....982Zela 



OCEANICA. 

Belcher, Diana, Lady. Mutineers 
of the bounty in Pitcairn and 
Norfolk islands. 1871 997 B41 

Brain, B. M. Transformation of 

Hawaii. 1898 996.9 B73 

Jenks, EIdward. History of the 

Australasian colonies. 1892. . .993 J42 

Lloyd, H. D. Country without 

strikes (New Zealand). 1900..331.1 L77 

Newest England. 1900 993.1 L77 

Suth?:rland, Alexander ana 
Sutherland, George. History 
of Australia and New Zealand. 
1894 994 Su8 

Trbgarthen, Greville. Austral- 
asia. (Stoi-y of the nations) 994 T71 



Biography. 



(Biographies df artists and musicians are placed with the subject.) 



COLLECTIVE. 

-Abbott, J. S. C. Kings and queens. 

1850 920 Ab2 

A.CME library of standard biography. 

1880 920 Ac6 

Adams, O. P. Dictionary of Ameri- 
can authors. 1897 R920Adl2 

Adams, W. H. D. Before the con- 
quest. 1870 920 Adl3 

AouiLAR, Gracel Women of Israel. 

2v. 1870 920 Ag9 

Allibone, S. a. Critical dictionary 

of English literature. 3 v. 1858. 
R920qA15 

Supplement. 2y : 1802 R920 q A15 



American military biography. 1830. 

920 Am3 

American portrait gallery of Ameri- 
can statesmen and generals. .920 Ara33 

Appleton's cyclopaedia of Ameri- 
can biography. 6v. 1888 . . . R920 ApT) 

Arena album. 1893 920 q Ar3 

Baillie,John. Life studies. ia')7. .920B15 

Bayne, Peter. Christian life. 1858. 

920 B34 

Beedy. H. C. Mothers of Maine. 

1895 920B.39 

Benson, A. C. and Tatham, H. F. 

W. Men of might. 1895 920 B44 



108 



bioc;raphy. 



Bloss, C. a. Heroines of the cru- 
sades. 18r)3 020 B62 

BOLTON, Mri<. Sarah (K.) Famous 

American authoi-s. 1887 920 B63 

Famous givers and their gifts. 

1896 920 Bfi3g 

Famous leaders among women. 

1895 920B63 1 

Successlul women. 1888 920 B63s 

Bric-a-bhack series. R. H. Stod- 
dard, ed. Anecdote biographies 
of Thackeray and Dickens..920 St(i v. 2 
Bamham, Harness and Hodder. 

Personal reminiscences. .920 St6 v. 4 
Chorley, Plancho and Young. Per- 
sonal reminiscences 920 StO v. 1 

Constable and Gillies. Personal 

reminiscences 920 St6 v. 10 

Greville memoirs 920 St6 v. 5 

Kelly, O'Keefe and Taylor. Per- 
sonal reminiscences 920 St6 v. 8 

Knight and Riiikes. Personal rem- 
iniscences 920 StO V. 7 

Personal recollections of Lamb, 

HazlitL and others 920 StO v. 9 

Brooks, Noah, statesmen. {Men 

of achievement). 18i)3 920 B78 

Brougham, Henry, Lard. Sketches 
of statesmen in the time of 

George III. 2v. 18.39 920 B79 

Sketches of public characters. 2v. 

18,39 920B79S 

Bush, Mrs. A. F. Memoirs of the 

queens of France. 2v. 1843. .920 B9G 
Campbell, .John. Lives of the chief 

justices of England. 4v. 1874. .920 C15 
Lives of the lord chancellors of 

England. lOv. 1874 920 Clo 1 

Carey, R. H. Twelve notable good 

women 920 C18 

Century cyclopaedia of names. 18f)4. 

! H920C:J3 

Child, T^. M. Celebrated women. 

18*)8 920 C43 

Clarke, Charles f/>jf? Clarke, M. 

C. Ilecollectionsof writei*s. 1878. 
920 C55 

Clarke, S. J., Puhlis/niKj Co. &L 
Biographical record of McLean 
county 920 M22 

Clinton, Walter. English worth- ; 

ies in the time of Elizabeth. ! 

1809 920Ctil : 



±1}:) 



Curtis, G. W. and others. Little 
journeys to the homes of Ameri- 
can authors. 1896 920 

Doran, John. Lives of the queens 
of England and the house of 
Hanover. 2v. 1865 92f> 

Drake, F. S. Dictionary of Ameri- 
can biography. 1872 R92l.> 

Ellet, Mrs. E. F. Queens of Ameri- 
can society. 1868 920 

Women of the American revolu- 
tion. 2v. 1900 920 EI ^h- 

Emerson, R W. Representative 

men. 1849 920 Elrn.^ 

Eminent women of the age 920 Ki^'^ 

Field, M. B. Memoirs of many men 

and some women. 1875 920 1*'-**^ 

FIELD.S, Annie. Authors and friends. 

1897. 920 F''*** 

FIE1.DS, J. T. Yesterdays with au- 
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Fontenoy, Marquise de. Revela- 
tions of high life within royal 
palaces. 1892 920 

Forney, J. W. Anecdotes of public 
men. 1873 920 

FoRSTER, John. Statesmen of the 
commonwealth of England. 1855. 



m 



7*> 



Ci2 



13 



7t> 



,920 



i i 



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3^> 



Foss, Edward. Memories of West- 
minster hall. 2v. 1874 J)20 

George, Anita. Annals of the 
queens of Spain. 2v. 1860 . . . .920 

Gilder, J. L. and Gilder, J. B. 

Authors at home. 1889 920 C^^ 

GiLPiLLAN, George. Literary por- 
traits. 3v. 1851 J920 

Godwin, Parke. Cyclopaedia of bi- 
ography. 1866. r 920 C^^ 

Gordon, I^ L. From Lady Wash- 
ington to Mrs. Cleveland. 1889..920 G^'^ 

Great and eccentric characters of 

the world. 1877 920 CJ'3'9 

Greely, a. W. Explorers and trav- 
ellers. (Men of achievement). 1894. ^,, 
920 0^' 

Griswold, H. T. Home life of great 

authors. 1894 920G^ 

Hall, Mr.^. Matthew. Lives of the 
queens of England before the 
Norman conquest. 1864 920 H J^ 

Haweis, II. R. American humor- 
ists 920 H3l 



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P. C. Women of the 

IHi'So 920 H34 

H. W. Captains of the 

1 republic. 1854 920 H41 

s^, T. W. Contemporaries. 
920Hr)3 

statesmen. 1875 920 H53e 

idies of American authors. 
920H538 

E. Hill's album of hiog- 

and art. 1887 R920 H55 

I. J. En^rlish radical lead- 

875 920 H50 

A.RLES and Wheeler, W. 

rief biographical diction- 

18«6 920 H71 

^, MiP^FLiN and Co. Cat- 

of authors R920 H81 

ENRY. Memoirs of emi- 
\merican and European 

nics. ia54 920 H83 

William. Homes and 
i of eminent British poets. 

■^77 920 H84 

, Elbeirt. Little journeys 
homes of American stat«s- 

1898 920 H86 

urne\ s to the homes of fa- 

8 women. 1897 ........ .920 H86f 

Durneys to the homes of 
L men and great. 1895. .920 H86g 
P. G. Inventors. {Men of 
ment ) 1896 920 H865 

Laurence. Plays and 

•s. 1875 920 H97 

biographical encyclopoR- 
neteenth century. 1875.. R920 II « 
;. T. C'reatoi's of the age 
a. 1884 920.134 

Samuel. Lives of the 

eminent English poets. 4v. 
920 .163 

'GH, Julia. Women of 

ianity. 1869 920 K17 

►WARD. French i)olitical 

•s. 1882 920 K58 

s^E, Alphonse de. Mem- 
celebrated characters. 3v. 

920 L16 

Charles. Haphazard 

lalities. 188<) 920 L27 

^ E. H. Leaders of i)ublic 

•n in Ireland. 1872 920 L49 



Leonard, J. W. Who's who in 

America. 1899 R920 L55 

Lodge, Edward. Portraits of illus- 
trious personages of Great Brit- 
ain. lOv 920 L82 

Lord, John. Beacon lights of his- 
tory. 7v. 1895 920 L88 

Jewish heroes and prophets, jst . 

ser 920L88J 

01<J Pagan civilizations, ltd «cr. .920 L88o 
LossiNG, B. J. Lives of celebrated 

Americans. 1869 920 L89 1 

Signers of the declaration of inde- 
pendence. 1860 920 L89 

McCabe. J. D. Great fortunes and 

ho\iv they were made. 1873 920 M12 

McCarthy, J. H. Modern leaders. 

1872 920M125 

McKay, F. E. and Wingate, C. E. 
L. Famous American actors of 
today. 1896 920 M19 

Magoon, E. L. Living orators in 

America. 1854 920 M27 

Martineau, Harriet. Biographic- 
al sketches. 1869 920 M36 

Men of the third republic. 1873. ..920 M52 

Milnes, R. M. Monographs, per- 
sonal and social. 1873 920 M63 

Morris, G. S. British thought and 

thinkers. 1880 920 M83 

Moses, John. Biographical diction- 
ary and portrait gallery of the 
representative men of the United 
States. Illinois volume. 1896.. 920 fMa5 

Oliphant, Mrs. M. O. (W). Histor- 
ical sketches of the reign of 
C^eorge II : . . .920 Ol 3 

Makers of Florence. 1876 920 Ol .3m 

Parker, Theodore. Historical 

Americans. 1870 920 P22 

PartoH, James. Famous Ameri- 
cans of recent times. 1867 920 P25 

People's book of biography. 1868. 

920P2r)p 

Plakr, V. G. Men and women of 

the time. 1895 R920P69 

PLUTARCH. Lives. ISiV) 920 P74 

'*POLlTlKOS," pi<cud. Sovereigns 

and courts of Europe. 1891. . . .920 P7r) 

I*OND, J. B. Plccontricities of gen- 
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Sabine, Lorenzo. Loyalists of the 

American revolution. 2v. 1864.920 Sal 



110 



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Saint-Ahand, Imbubt de. Wo- 
men of the Valois court. 16g8..»20Sa1$ 

Sadtpb-Beovk, C. a. English por- 
traits. . 1875 920Sa2 

Portraits of celebrated women. 
1898 ȣ 

SOOVILLE, J. A. Old raerchaDts o( 

New York Pity ISta ..920 8co.1 

Seaweli^M-E. Twelve naval cap 

tains, 1891 »20 Sel 

Seymour, C. C. B. Self-mad« men. 

1868 920 Se9 

Sladen, Docolas. Who'B wha 

1898 R920S11 

SMAI.LEY, G. W. Studies of men, 

1895 920Sml 

Smiles, Saucel. Brief biogra- 
phies. 1864 930 Sm4 

Industrial biography. 1864. . . .920 Sm41 

Smith, William, (■(/. Dictionary of 
Greek and Homan biography 
and mj-lliolofry 3v. 1867. .R920 8ni« 

Smuckbb, S. M. History of the four 

Georges. 1860 920 Sm9 

Sparks, J AitKn, i-il. American bi- 
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SPRAGUE, W. B. Annals of the 

AmerLcon piiljiit. 9v. 1859. ..930 Sp7 
Visits to European celebrities. 

1855. 920Sp7v 

Stoddard, W. O. Men of business. 

[Jlten of achui'ement). 1893. . . .920 Sl65 

Stowb, Mrs. Harriet (B.) Men of 

our times. 1868 H20 St7 

Sti(ii.-ki,a.vd, Aqnes. Lives of the 
last tour princ«sses of the house 

ofStuart. 1872 920StS 

Lives of the queens of England 
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185« 020 St8e 

Lives of the queens of Scotland. 

8v. 1858 920 St8s 

Taylor, W. f. Modern British plu- 

tarch H20T21 

Thackeray, W. M. English hum- 
orists of the eighteenth century. 
1854 920 T32 

Thomas, Joseph. Universal pro- 
nouncing biographienl diction- 
ary. 18SB RH2(I qT;(fi 

Thomson, K. arul Thom.son, J. <;. 

Quepns of society. 18611 (r20T3H 



Wits and beaux of society. 1861. 
920 T3 

TONNA, O. E. Ridley, Latimer, 
Oanmeriind other Knelifh ma]-- 
tyrs. 1844 9201 

TUKN'r, W I'. Southern statesmen 
of the old regime. Ift(l7 920T 

Tdckebman H. T. Essays. 1857. .930T 

TrLUXH, John Leaders of the 
reformation. 1860 920 T 

Van Santvoord. George. Lives 
of the chief justices of the su- 
preme court of the U. S. 1856.. 920 \ 

VKDUEB. II, C. Americ«n writers Of 
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Walsh, J. J Memorial of the Fut^ 
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Walsh, W. P. Heroes of the mis- 
sion field. 1895 920 W 

Modern heroes of the mission field. 
920 Wlf 

Walton, Izaak. Livea of Dr. John 
Etanne and oihors, 1^40 . . .920 \ 

WATSON, Elkanah. Men and times 
of the revolution 920 V 

WILSON, J, G. Bryant and his 
friends. 1886 930 \ 



HERALDRY. 
Allerton, W. S. History of the 

Allerton family 929.2 . 

Froude,J.A. Kniglus Templars. 929.7 
Goodwin, J. J. Got^dwins o( Con- 

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Haooakd, D. D. Genealogy and hia- 

HOLDEN, E, S, Our country's Hag 
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829.9 

James, E. J. James-Stitea geneal- 
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Wakefield, Homer, comp. Wake- 
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SeMrard, W. H. John Quincy Ad- 
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Browning, Robert and Brown- 
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James, G. P. R. Charleraagrne. 

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Chaucer, Geoffrey. 
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WlLLls, N. P. rectory. 1«T.3-H(i, [)U(hilf. .»17.7:{2 Bti ^Lll 

Heel's, H. A. Nathaniel Parker BL(X)MIN(;tox. Citff CounviL Jour- 

Willis. [Amn. in( n of httri's.) nal of proceed int|:s. lS84-r/rifi...:Vi2 ql5^ ^\'l 

188;') B W7:i') BL{M)MiX(;Tt)N (..'Li'iJ. Bl<M»minjrlon: 

WlLUiutJHBY, /;.r(rf//. Diary. lHr)4..B W73t> its >itiiation, its industries, its 

Wilson, Henry. U. S. Con^^ress. advantages, cd. by .1. H. Burn- 

xMemorial addresses. 187(). . . B qW74.'^ ham. !i77.:n:) H^ iVl 

WiNTHKOP. Maroaret. ' Bu)OMIN(;ton.— Pf/^///r .sWiW.**. An- 

Earle, A. M. Marjraret Winthrop. uu.il reports. (Pamphlets.). . .;nn Bt » lip 

1SH5 B W7!r2 . Kulcs and re«rulations :J7i» lr$(>2 

WiNTHROi', John. Life and letters. ! BLooMiNtn'ON eity directory. 1S.'»5. 

mn B W7J!:{ 72-7:{, S7 V)17.7:J2 L3<i2 

Wiseman, X. P. S. rmdinuL Bixx)M1 notion Dem<K'ratie news. 

Waitl, Wilfrid. IJfe and times of 1S77-7S. 2 v O'jn B ♦ »2cl 

Cardinal Wiseman. 2v. IsiiH.HWSU Bloomin(JTON intellijrenee. 18."i2- 

WOLSEV, Thomas, nmlhu'l. ">;{ OJU I=5« i-^i 

Crei>rhton,Mandell. Cardinal Wol- Bloo.mincjton library eook-lx)ok..<J41 I^<»2 

s y. ISUl B W>f<5S BL(^».mini;ton observer. IS3S. . .niM) li« i— «^ 

Wood. Jethro. ' BL(H)MrN(:TON weekly pautajfraph. 

(iilberl, Frank. Jithro Wcxid, in- 1S.",;{-.V, m) liWilv! 

vcnior of thr nuHh-rn j)low. Bt'RKi-^ Hir. J. J." Reasonableness 

1SS2 B WS7r. of theeerenumiesof the Catholic 

Wcxn.MAN, John. Journal. 1871 H \VU\4 church 2«4 l.-5tM 

Wordsworth. William. Ueasonablcness of the practices of 

Myn-s, F. W. U. W'ordswdrih. tin- catholic Church 2ti."i I:5-'i 

[hJiUj. nnHofhthrs.] B W!»2r, Hi'RNHVM. J. H. Histor> uf Bloom- 

Searle. Janu:iry. Memoirs. ls:,2. in^rton and Normal i»77.:n5 Ii51'.J 

*» WJ)2ris ( 'tx'HRAN, S. I). .Moral system and 

WYCLir, John. the atonement 230r«'34 

Le Ba.s. C. W. Life of Wyclif. Cook, A. S. Story of Ulysses. .. .j>*s:U ' '^' 

^"•'- I » ^^'•*"" Jt. niithm: Srv McMurry. 

('ooK. J. \V. Methods in written 

a I'it hmet ic .372.7 ( ' "*" 

LIST OF BOOKS BV McLKAX '^' ""^^""' '^^ ^^^'Hn^rh. 

coi'XTN' M'THoi'S l)i:CiAKMo, Charles. Essentialsof 

niellicKl :{71 I»-^' 

Baker. C. K. Xew bu-iiin'-^-^ aritli- "/. I^aiiiinaire work below the 

melic .".11 BIT lil;rh school. 2v 42H.'J1>-^^' 

Practical trrammar 421.!* iilT tr. I'.inpirieal iKycholofry: by (i. A. 

Practical sii'iiu^raphy t\:,:\ 1517 LimiiiiT Vii^lX'^ 

Social ethies ;>ii:, i;i7 Tal.- nf Tmy jss;j \V7>' 

- jt. iiiitlun: ,Sii Mfi'iiinan. /.'. m'thnr. Sn .Met calf. 

Bai;.ma.nn, Ba' hkl. .»./„/.. W.r- I»i.>!i:\t. B. S. XapcUeou and 

ner's readini:^ .iin! i .M-ii;ii inn^;. Jn-.«. pliiiir 812 W 

No. 2". xns.:, W4'.) 1 )in>.m. .;n.. //'/•. J. \V. Historical 

BEN.JA-MLN'. K. M. Klt-ineiiiar> law. -'<< ii-ii m tin- St-eond Presbytc- 

;;*o.T \\\:\ I i:.n .•i.mvli .'.«»77.3r)l» 

Law of eont?*aci .".17. -I I'.lii ln"i>. !■;. ( hh.I did times in McLean 

Bertonl J/iv*. Al»A. ChaiiMS, . . i;{;;.7 \\U\ e.msn v «j77.:U2 DH8 



BIOGRAPHY. 



129 



UCHARD. Fourth reader. 

828.7 Ed9 

I culture BL736e 

ite reader 428 Ed9i 

character of Abraham 

Q BL736e 

er 828.7 Ed98 

education B L736e 

. First annual report of 
mm of the Illinois Wes- 

iversity 021.4 

. New religion 201 G79 

IBODORE. Gedlchte. .831 Hll 

K D. Genealogy and his- 

le Haggards 929.2 H12 

K. W. Kincaid venture. 
jH218k 

inteau jH218o 

roxy H218p 

jH218w 

and stubble jH218wo 

0. Elements of psychol- 

150 H49 

»n pedagogy for young 

rs 371 H49 

the First Presbyterian 

977.315 H62 

;, N. G. Random shots . 811 H88 

•«. M. H. Stories of In- 

jfUins JH927 

ndian children jH972s 

. See McMurray. 

ATE Normal Univers- 

iex. 1892 .370.7 II 6i 

893-date. V. Q-date. .370.7 II 6v 

shers. 1871-72. v. 17-19. 
370.5 II 6i 

ESLEYAN University. 

journal, v. 1-3. 1872-73. 
378.4 116 

tsleyan magazine, v. 1-2. 

378.773 116 

D Bloomington and Nor- 
977.315 fB62 

Ethical element in lit- 

807.172 

R. S. Past, present and 

Bloomington 977.315 L43 

Henry. Practical work 

iphy 910.7 M13 

V. and Cook, J. W. His- 

le Illinois State Normal 

y 370.7 M18 



McLean county directory. 1859-60, 

66, 76, 87 917.731 M22 

McLean County Historical So- 
ciety. Transactions, v. 1, 3. 

977.312 M 14 

McMURRY, Charles. Pioneer his- 
tory stories of the Mississippi 

valley J973M22 

McMuRRY, Mrs, L. B. Classic stories 

for little ones •, j398 M22 

and COOK, A. S. Songs of the tree- 
top and meadow 811 M22 

and HUSTED, Mrs, M. H. ed, Rob- 
inson Crusoe jD314m 

Melcher, J.F. Bible astronomy. 

220.8 M48b 

Mount Zion 220.8 M48 

Merriman, C. p. Rational arith- 
metic 511 M55r 

and Baker, C. IZ, Synthetic gram- 
mar 425 M55 

and others. History of McLean 

county, Illinois 977.312 M55 

Metcalf, Thomas and DeGarmo, 
Charles. Dictionary work for 

common schools 428 M56 

MUNSELL, liev, O. S. Psychology . . 150 M92 
Phillips, I. N. ed. Revised ordinan- 
ces of the city of Bloomington. 

977.315 P54 

Pickett, G. B. Short sketch of the 
life and character of Matthew 

Thompson Scott B S428 

PiNOREY, D. H. Chattel mortgages. 

347.3 Pft5 

Prince, E. M. ed. See McLean 
County Historical Society. 
Transactions, v. 3. 

Public School Journal, v. 9-16. 

1889-97 370.5 P96 

Rankin, Melinda. Twenty years 

among the Mexicans 266 R16 

Reeves, H. G. ed. Charter and re- 
vised ordinances of the city of 
Bloomington, w^ith the statutes of 
the state of Illinois and constitu- 
tional provisions relating to the 
city of Bloomington .352 qB62c 

Roe, E. R Belteshazzar R699 

Brought to bay R6? 9b 

Dr. Caldwell R699d 

El Bib 211 R62 



130 DEUTSCHE 

God reigns 252 R62 

Joe R699d 

ROPP, C. Calculator and account 

book 658 R68 

Commercial calculator ft58 R68c 

Schoolmaster, v. 3. 1870... 370.5 Sch6 
SOOTT, J. M. Litta, an American 

sinprer 780 El 7 

Sewall, J. A. Condensed botany. .580Se8 
€d» New physiology by Hooker. .612 H76 
Shaw, liev, James. American re- 

souixies 917 Sh2 

Roman conflict 282 Sh2 

Temperance reforms of the nine- 
teenth century 178 Sh2 



BUECHER 

Smith, W. H. Evolution of "Dodd." 

: 3718in6 

Trowbridge, O. R. Illinois and the 

nation j353n5 

Wakefield, Homer, comp. Wake- 
field memorial and genealogy. 
R»29.2qW" 

Wesley ana of the Illinois Wesley- 

an University, vol.1. 1805. .37^4 II 
WiLKiNS, Daniel. Narcotics. .613.8 ^«7" ^5 

Wilson, Bev. George. Kingdom of 
God developed according to the 
inspired records and predictions. 
201 



Deutsche Buecher. 



(EiN) Abschied. Schnitzler 8.33 Sch5« 

AEHRENKRANZvon l)alladen,roman- 

zen und sagen 831.08 Ae3 

^^ilNEls. Virgil 873.1 V93 

Affaire C:iemenceau. Dumas... 843D892 

Al ARGON, P. A. DE. Manuel Vene- 

gas 863 All 

Album for Deutschlands tOcht^r. 

8:U.0«G71 

(EiNE) alltXoliche goschichte. 

Gontscharow 891.73 G58 

(Der) ALPENKf^NiG uud der mon- 

schonfeind. Rairaund a33 R13 

(Die) Amazonf* Dingels^edt 833 D(51 

(Der) Amekika-mI^de. KUrnberger. 

917KJKJ 

Amerikanische reisebilder. Die- 

litz U17.3D5G 

Amyntor, Gerhard von. Drei 

kUsse 833 Am9 

Andersen, II. C. Milrcbcn. ...j398 Au2m 

Andreas Hofor. Mundt 8:i3 Mti2 

Anzenorubkr, Ludwig. Feldrain 

und waldweg H33 Ani) 

Sternsteinhof, der ..K{3 AnOs 

Apel, J. A. ioi(/ Laun, E. a. S. 

Gespensterbuch HXi Ap2 

Arnim. Freud en des ehestandes, 

die j833 AH)i 



Auerbach, Berthold. Walfried. 
3v 833 

Aus bewegter zeit. Uhlmann 833 CJT »36 

Aus dem tagebuche eines wand em- 
den schneidergesellen. Gandy .398 iJ- "^^ 

Aus meinen leben. G^ithe...,. 832.62 v. i 

AusgewAhlte erzahlungen for das 

katholische volk 833 A «J7 

Axel. Velde 833 

Backfichchen's leiden und freu- 
den. Helm 833 

Baer, Wilhelm. Vorgeschicht- 

liche mensch, der 571 Bl^^ 

(Der) barometermacher auf der 
zaUberinsel. Raimund 833 R 

(Der) Baronin Amalti. Daiidet.843D25. 

(Der) bastard. Spindler 833 S] 

Bauberger, Wilhelm, comp. £r- 
zaehlung fUr die gesammte ed- 
lere lesewelt 833 

(Der) BAUER als millionar. Rai- 
mund 833 Rl 

Becker, F. W. Renata 831 

(Das) befreite Jerusalem. Tasso. 

851 Tia^ 

(Die) bekenntnisse einer armen 

seele. Wichert 833 W0? 

Benjamin Israeli. 2 v. Zimdorfer. 

833287 



Arnim, L. A. von. Novellen 8:W Ai-OT) Benvenuto Cellini. G^the. . .832.82 v. 5 

AsMUND, Thyrsklingurrton. Velde..8,^3 vrA Beranger, P. .1. DE. Lieder, die..841 B46l 



DKUTSCHE BL'KCHER. 131 



L. Huch cUt arbeit, 

.j(M)9B45 



BURHENN, W. Hjul Ilse, H. Evan- 
gel isc'h-Luthorisoh 08 chor-buch. 

IMILIAX, rtmiii. Dekla- "^^^-^ B**l 

111 H31 B4r) Burns, Robkrt. Lii-der unci bal- 

i (ler unti-rhaltunjr iind | laden 8:21 B()3b 

ens <Vi3 B47 ; BUSCH, G. F. Let/.e Uothensteiner, 

I. .1. (\ HalliK. die. . .KJ3 H4T , der S33 BHO 

lein jujrt'ndleben. Wern- BuasK, Karl. Hassliche Witka, 

HXi \V4« die 83:J Sch5 

md umbildunjr orpin- Byron, G.G. N. Aorr/. Werke. 3v,. 821 BWlte 

iituren. (Jot be K\2aV1 v. 6 j C-'antacuzi5:nk, 0L(3A. ('arniela..833 CUJ 

hs woobcn. (.'arh'n. .8311.7 ('19 i <'arl6n, Emilik. Binnen seohs 

»j('»KNST.iKKNK. Kallis- J wochen 83S).7 (!19 

^.jn «;J1 Kb2Hh ' Carmela. (.'antaciiz«'ne 8.33 CIO 

len Si-hlachlen KU Eb2Sh \ ^ 'KKVANTKS, SaaVKDRA MioVKL 

,ti...,, :ur>v fifi *^K. M oralist* he novel len 8<J3 C'33 

^j Charles, Mrtt. Elizaijeth (R.) 

^"'''"'■'^' ^'^'^ '^*^- I Faniilie Sehiinbei-Lr-Cotta, die. .823 C38 

Familifn arzt, del-.. 010.2 B«3! . ^ . „ . 

anz. InMi,,pen....«3!UB03 ^'H.ARLOTTE Ackermann. Muller..8:i3Ml)l 

T. FRIKDKICH. Lioder :<-HRIST, .Ji)HANN MmMlEVSE. AU- 

,:i.S.hatrv, die KM B(>3 "^^•'^^- FremdwDrterbueh 4:W C4« 

ndeinta-im Orient. .ia.-iBn3 ^'HRiSTlNEundihr h«f. Velde. v. 1. 

, . ,. 833 V54 

HWiPHIL. Unseumdie i . 

^^-^,]j .>^, ,, J4 4.{(. j5(.3 I CHRLSTLii'HES ver«,ri{isniei n n i c h t. 

arl! nnnp: ' Me'hr^tiin- ' j . ''^'^^ , «*«-^ ^•'^^ 

H,ralbuoli 7s:{.8 B72 ^^^"'^ <'I^'ADEN. Taubert KJl T19 

, ,..,.,.,.„.,,. , I „ ,(I)ER)('n> 8(il.27C48 

J. l5il<ieraustnu*rleben. I . ' 

-,^j .,-, i CoxKLlN, (J. W. HtHiuemes hand- 
.' Da'mmku'. '( ).' nuiiui^- ' *'"^-** "iit/Jichen wissens und at- 

reehnolojriselu... lexikon ^^^ '^'''' ^^'^'^^ '^l" ^■"*' 

•rbtivibrnde und indus- , (.'ROWE, Catherlnk Xaeblseiteder 
(in:{ in4 uatur 13:{.1> ( '88 

( 'LEMENS. .\I ji le h I' n Dahn, Felix. Kainpf uin Koni, ein. 

kel, Hink.-l und (laek- '*^' ^-W ni3 

si-iner ursprnn^rlieluMi Dammer, O., Bkelow, (J. uml UoY- 

:las MiH 1178 ER, K. TeehnoluKi-^elH^b'.xikdn 

A. Von Koni n:u'li Zii«n. fur trewerbtreibendr und indiis- 

24S 157:» irielle ViiVA H74 

r kunst in bans un:l N- Dante Alichierl C.Utlielir koni- 

hwarz S34 SvhU ^,^l[^. s.M.1 1)23 

':rn. Lowf x;il !/.!.■» i).\i«\viN, ('nAit!j:s. Kriistibun^r der 

>'RANZ, cnmp. Lc.xiknii art en iTi't I)2-li' 

sehendiehtirund pn.si- Dat'DKT. Kknk^T. Mririynr tier 

^ neunzebnti n jahrliun- li^.l,^^., ,.i„ ". sr.i I)2iJni 

'^' •♦-•• l*"*-* Deklama-hmuim. iJrrii s.n |J4:i 

indbeit. Kr« uihnt. .ili DksJ'utim'Hi: liihi'. .lanit-^i-lh-k.^iU Seh.'i 

'r **:;«r. 1 I'yj |»KT"r>«H-Ainfi"ikaLi-i'l!.' vulks-ii- 

HANN. l*il*:»'ri'<'i^«' /111* /iililuniitn v«in uiikel IMcm-- 

wi^rkeit ''L*:5 |{>4 lii-.-ehi :jji> l)4s 

A. Leben l»rit {•• uuii 1 )];i'i'^«HK fa?!;ii i- ini Im-eJj uud aul 

iriften *•:;> IV»1 ii«rp?aiiu' ihU» n4.s 



i:i2 DEUl'SCHK TU'PX'HER. 

Dki'TSCHE inschriftoii an haus uiid , Kmilie. Helwig j398 H* 



jreriith 831.()8 1)48 KXAU LT, Stki>ha.v. Ophelia. . . .sXi W--^jj 

Dki'TSchk roman-bibliothok zii Kxg?:l. J. J. Ilerr r^)rcnzStark..833 Kxn;t 

uehor land und luoer O'ui T)48 KxTSTKHrxuder artcn. Darwin. .57') ni--4o 

Dkutschkx EVANciKLiscHKN SYX- < Kuic'H Uandul. MOjjT^re 833 M?<^Vii 

ODE vox Noki>-Amekika. Kv- Ks treistert. .Ianits*'hck 833 Sc* I3", 

antrelisc'he wahrheitzeufcrou 280 D48 (Das) eulexhai's. .John. 2v 8:53 .H % le 

DiAMl'NT de.s jroisterkr»ni^rs. Kai- 1 KVA.Vi^Er.isrH-LUTHKKiscHEU jre- 

nnmd 8.33 R13 . bets-schatz 2U4.1 F^mT 

(Deu) lUCHTER und die welt. Kra.s- EVAXS. G. P. Abriss der dt'Ut>*i'h<'n 

zewski 8;»1.8i') K80 litoraturji^e.-chiehte 83<).H \r]\-\ 

DiEMTZ, TnEOix.>K. Anierikanisc'ho Fai-i:'K, Hon e k t . Wohl trMfiUltes 

reisebilder 917.3 D"»() ; swhatzkiisilein deul.sohen jk^berz- 

DlETHOKF, K. rmer der haiten es und humois Sin V\^ 

^i^n^l ^*<-^ ^>'"><»" (l-:iN) fallissemext. lijr»rns<.)n.8:n Kl>i>h 

DiETLEix, W. T. e i t f a d e u zur , ( djkj famiu e S c h i\ n b e r ff-i 'oiisi. 

deutsc^hen lit.terat.nrjresohichte. Charles ^2?* ^'^^ 

^'^^ *^'*^' i FAMlLlEX-andachtsbuch. Zsehokke.i* ^^'^^*^ 

DixcELSTEDT, Fkaxz. Anmzone, WKi-^ir i'/;th*. V •> .s;*:2.t)'- 

, "^'^ ^^'^ '^'^^ FEUmAix uml waldwetj. Anzen- 

DlTTMAR, Hkjxuich. Leitfadender rmber 8;j3 -An'.' 

welttreschiehte \HiU VVyA ^ * ' ' " 

IX)RXUt ,SEX 831 1)73 l-'K''l^"'«- l^ • »•- Neiiestes taseht^n- 

(DIE] imvA frei.-r. ShUekin^r :m H7S • worterbueh der italien..chon und _ 

DUEI klisse. Amyntor 8:J3 AniH •l^'Utsehen si«Mohe 433..» ^• 

(DIE) UREi ral)iMi. Lenoir 8.33 \V4U ' Kk^eu und llaiume. SehUokinjr. 3v. ^ 

DUDEVAXT, A. L. A. ((Jeorjro Sands.) ^^ ^^^* 

Indiana 843 D8(i Flaxm AX. KoBERT. Ilandbueh der 

Dumas, Alexaxoek. Affaire CK'ni- ' rnirlisehen und deutsehen eon- 

«'neeau 843 I)8t»2 vcrsation spraehe 4:V^ ^'^'^ 

Denkwurditrkeiten eines arztes. (Der) FlLlur.sTlER. Velde. v. 4. .83;* '^"'* 

«^^' ^'^ l^^-*j ' FoRSTER. Fraxz. ('hrisU)ph i'DInm- 
( Jratln von ( 'luirney. die. 3V....843 DS'Jfr Ij^^j. ^j^.,. ,.nt(U.cker der ueuen 
Halsbaud der kiinitrin, (las. 2v..843 l)X!»h .yrlt 3v Ti <■ ""^'"^ 

■^ vv « lift t# * •• • ■ ••■•••■•••■••••■•^^ 

^""'■"'"■' *^-^ '"*■" . Kt>i;iifK F. n. UK l.A M. Undiiu'. .XH* I^'" 

.F..M.,.l. Uulsum... V. 1 m l)Si.j i,,^.,j;,.,.; ANATULK. S.vlvostor Bon- 

KuKKiiAKi). ( '. A. ("r. Uimeht'ii und na,;! mid srluverbrcohea W;? I*'**** 

•"" '^'"^•l'l«i» «•■» Kl'-'*'' KKANvois. hrisK VON. .Tubilaiini. 

K.1KKS. (J».K.:. G.vd. di.>. 2v. .s:u Kl,3. ^,^^^ ^,^^j ^^^^,,,.^, eiv.:ihHm}.n.n. . .S3:J f^^' 
S<-luv.«t..in. dif .s;tt KJ,;{s ,^,,,;,,, ,,(,. klu^ttirtin KKI Fi^^'J 

^'■'""''^ ''•" ''•'••■'■"■ I'l,ns,.l>on,s Hollunder KX\ F-"^'!' 

' ■>"•• '•■•""•^ •'^■"'•" ^•» /... IHSX.M. d..s m.murehen S:tt F^^'P 

i:i.ni:Ni«.Kii.-. .I..si.:ni v..n. Ans- KuA'Soitf... Sudermann »:«*;":« 

jr.w:il,ll.. w...k. KM K\-2 '•"« ^'•'■"^•«<^«'>^" l'"*'*'"- ^-'I-* * ' 

KrcilunpT. M I.Wl.i. ^^o,•tU. d.-li- KKKIM.iUATI. Keudin-and. Siimmt- 

.•iiiniiM fiiid.ul.-.rli.ii IiLiiiK.f. .s:tl Ki-21i '''■''^' ^^''''''^i'- •»^' "•" j 

K[\ii..itN. Davik. l'rc.li;:t.ii uikI Dik iMtKiMAi-KKR. Kilhiie 8:«K4-' 

,.,,,!,., I 2.")2 l\'<- l''ni;islNN, 15. iisniil. .SV'f 

KiMi;i-; ii-li;ni]ii-lir' ;ri'l)i'ti' in dnit- HtckiT. F. W. 

-cJiii' -.in-nrlic till- isi'iicliti-ii'li>- Dii; rni".T'i)r,x dcschest-andos. Ar- 

fr:iii. u J(I4.1 Kiii nim jHXJ A'*' 



OEI'TSCHK BUKCHER 133 



LDT. Hermann, nnd 
WiLiUKLM. Huch der 



GossNEiK, Johannes. SchatxkiUt- 



chen onlhaltend biblLsche bet- 

., das H'MM F8I) ' raehtunijen auf alle tage im 

ler j^rosHO und seine j^o- ' jahre 8O8.0 Go9 

r. Miimlt S:U MH2fr GOthe, .1. W. vON. Sammtliche 

lor ^i*o^se und soin hof. werke. C v 832.62 

H'Xi M02f (tOTT HchiUze dich. Heintzler. . . .831 D30 

ge. 'J\«trn<»r KiMll T2:^m GOttliche komodie. Dante. . . .851.1 D23 

I'hatr in licdern. Gob- ' Gottschalck, Friedkich. Hittar- 

7S;{.7 G2() , burtr«>n und bergschlftsser 

'alz, Gott orhalts! Nad- ! Deutschlands, die. 2 v U40.3 G71 

«31 M2 i I J)IE) <;rafin von Charny. 3 v. 

MER, .r. T'ebordio fivi- 1 Dumas 843 DHdg 

wissensohaft :J22 F02 ' Granal,' F. Melik 833 W4» 

\ Aus deni iaK«-*bu<!ho. (Die) ured. 2 v. Eboi's 833 EljSj? 

nderudon schneidorgo- j Grenzerleben. Kubesamon 83.3 R82 

:iUH H78 ' GuiLLPARZER, Franz. Sammtliche 

RE kalendor fOr das | werko. 5 v 832 G87 

> 8:J8G11) GrDRUN 8:U.22Sc'h8 

ISTIAX. Fia^ruiento zur : GUNLVIA. Velde. v. 2 833 ViH 

inKdesjreisii'sdo.schar- i GUTZKi>w, Kart.. Xovollon und 

id der n-ijicrunjr Fried- ! skizzon 833Gi)8 

zwoiten. V. 2 H P^lil ; (dkk; halomond und das kreuz. 

Kr.vst. Frohe boiso})air j Steon 823 St3 

» "8:j.7 (;2(> ' (DiEj HALLIG. Kiomatzki 83:J B47 

:iM»urH des laM'hon mDas) halsband der koni«jin. Du- 
Tin 027 j mas «43 D8J)h 



VVALLN. Ilillorn . . . .h;j:j ii;V) j TiAMMWt. Jrr.ius. Schau um dich 

ollon. TfiplTpr 84:J •I^<i2p und schau in dich 831 H18 

L. ro>//;>. Christ.Hchos j Hammkr und amboss. 2v. Spiel- 

oinnichi Sd.S.H CM j hajron 833 Sp4h 

VDSCHAFTREISE naili Hanchex und die kuohh-in. Ebei^ 

'''''^'^''- '••' ■^•^•^vr>4 ii^„, 8:nEb28h 

und z u s t n n d c dc-r , ^ armonien. Kiihnhold K31 KStt 

n in Aimrika. I.()h.'r.K:M 1.78 Hautze.vbusch. J. K. uml Lem- 
tBUCH. A]vn/«r/ Lann. ^ ^^^^^,^ HEiNRicii. Prakiische 

^•'•* '^t*- I ank'ituujr zuin spanisi-h sprech- 

''^'^^''' - ^' '^-J-^ J/>(5 ' en 4(W.O n2(i 

I DiK) hassmcife \\ itka. Hus.se..8.j:{ Scho 

,., .i,.r., . o 1 •',' "Ji." !, '. -'? IlAri'TMAXN, (iERlIART. Voi-SUn- 

ItLEUT. Sihmuli..s.U Soh.>4 , 1 . ,• uoo tt.mi 

,.r , ....,.-. - koni' jjr ocki'. die j832 H2J> 

,. _ ,, , , Hai'ssciiatz doutsohor pros a. 
)LAS. IvUsMsch.. nm-^ __ ^^.^^jj^ HAHWH:^ 

^'^^'"* ^'''•' TiEBEU .1. r. WVrko KiH IIX) 

•^^'^'" x:i:J.)r,lir jj,.;j^.hi:x. Pait.. lllustrirto ffv- 

SCHMIKI) zu iiii-dad. sclilrht.Mlfr VtM-rini;rton Siaat- 

^'-^^ 'i'^-' en !»7;{ ii:m 

T. M. A. Kill)!'. i]vv. IlKir.MANN. K. (losihiohtf der 

s:»!».^ (i"»7i' diMiischcn natitmal-lillcnitur. .S30 WMi 

»w. iWAX. Alli;iirli<-Iii' DiK) Hi:iiJ'\'(! der fii»}n'run«rs>uoliT. 

:*-\ oint' **!»!. 7:{ ('..".s v. ."•. Vt-lde S:{;{ XiA 



134 DEUTSCHE BUECHEK. 



H£INK, Heinrich. Srimmtliche 

werke. 4v ^38 H36 

Hginrich Stillings jug^end. Juug.833Ju9h 
Heintzler, a. Gott schtitzedich..8:n D36 
Heinzen, Karl. Deutcher radikal- 

ismuB in Amerlka 335 H36 

Hella Jasmund. Jun^haus 833 J95h 

Helm, Clementine. Baekfich- 

chen's leiden und freuden 833 H3() 

Helwig, Amalia von. Sage von 

Wolfsbrunnen, die j398 H3() 



TNkummervollentac^en. Holzwarth. 

833] 

Indiana. Dudevant 843 I 

IngenCe. Uumas 843 I 

Ingerslev, C. F. Deutsch-Latein- 

isches sehul-worterbuch 473.3 

Instippen. B<wkel 8:J9. 1 : 

Irving, Washington. Skizzen- 

bueh 817 I 

ISL<^, der mensch und die welt. Rad- 

enhaiisen 220.2 1 



HERR Lorenz Stark. Engel 8,33 En3 ! ''^^"^'^ ^' ^' , ^etzte stimden. . ii6 

Hezekiel, Ludovica. Sohwede. i -TANiTscrHEK, Maria. Despotisc-ho 

der •..8;J3Un(i ^^^^^ ^^^ S 

I Esgeistert 83:i S. 

Heyse, August und ChrlSt, Jo- jensen, Wilhelm. Karin von 

HANN. FremdwOrterbuch 433 C46 I Schweden 8:i3 J 

Heyse, J. C. A. Leitfadon zum | \ordlicht 83.3 J 

grtindlichen unterricht in der ! (Die) Jobsiade.' ' K ///.*. '.'.'..' .'.".'.". '.8.3n 

deutschen sprache 435 H4» j j^^^^^,^ t:x:oENiE. Kulenhau., das. 

HEYSE, J. L. P. Kinder der welt.833 Hoik 2v Ki3 .1 

HiLLERN, Wilhelmine VON. Geier- Goldelse . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . ..... 8.13 J 

walln, die 8:« II55 j jqhn Milton und seine zeit. Ring. 8.33 1 

HOCHLANDSGESHICHTEN. Silber- | JOSEPH Balsamo. Dumas. 3v...S43D 

stein a33 Si3h (Pek) juhelsenior. Uichter S:J4 1 

Hoffmann, l\ F. L. Volkstham- i (h^s) juuilXum und andre erzahl- 

liches wr)rterbuch der deutschen | ungen. Francois KMi 1 

synonymen 434 Hrt7 \ Judith, die kluswirtin. Franrois . h:{:J F 

Holzwarth, F. J. In kummervol- j Jung, J. H. (Heinrich Stillintr,) 

len Ui^en 8.3:^ H74 | Heinrich Stillinp's ju|jrend. jQn^- 

Home, Hfjnrich. Grundsiitze der | lintrsjahre-wanderschaft 8.33 Ji 

kritik. 3v •^^^'\!^1^ Junghaus, Sophik Hella Jasmund. 

Homer, llias 88:^. 1 vy3i ' ^.y^ y 

Werke 88:u vi)3 ^ Fav! :::;;:::;::::;' :::::::8;«v 

Honegger, j. j. Literatur und ^_ | ^ ^, ^^ jobsiade, die S31 I 

*-'^^^"^ , : '"^^^ ^^'^ ' Kaiskr Joseph als selbstherrscher. 

Horn, W. (.). Gesammolte orziihlun I Mundt 83.3 Mi> 

iren 8,33 U78 ' 

II..UTUS deliciurun. fUr <Uut«.-hen [ Kaiskr Joseph und Maria Thcresia. 

humor. Kidmxlt KJl Ki2h ' Mundt. .......... ..SXiMHS 

, _ Kaiser Josc^ph und Mane A? t<7i- 
Hover, K., Dammeu, o. uml Hre- i ^^.^^^. ^j^^^^ ^^^ ^,, 

low (5. Tcchnolo^risches lexi- ^^^^^ ^^^^^,^. ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^. ^y^ ^ 
kon fur ^rewerbtreibende und | ka.vt.Immanuel. Kritik der reinen 
"^^^"•■*^^*»^'"^* ''''^ ^^'-^ 1 vernunft 142 I 

Hugo, Victor. Notre Dame von Karin von Schweden. Jensen. . .^33 J 

l»aris. :!v 843 U87n , Kellnkr, L. Kurze geschichte der 

ILOKN. r. Writ und (H>ltesreichs- t*rzichunjr und des unterrichtes 

^^i'^^iSi} .\31 II 4 i juit. vorwaltender rQckslcht auf 

I MAS. Homer ><x:i 1 V«»3i i das volksschulwesen 370.9 ] 

iLsi:, H. und lU'KHENxN', W. Kvau- ' KiNDEUdcr welt. Heyse. 2v...8:« H 
^olisch-Lutlicrische chor-buch. ; Kleist, H. C. von. Sammtlicbe 
783.8 Bi)l : werke 873.1 



DEUTSCHE BUESHER. 



135 



[NR(CH VON. Sftmmtr 

•ke 832 K67 

. Abrlss der geschichte 

Chen llteratur 830.9 K67 

RMANN. Gedich te ... 831 K67 
F. G. Messias, der . . 831 K69 
DRICH. Etymologisches 
b u c h der deutschen 

433 K71 

iflANN. Geschichte der 
1 " national litteratur. 

830.9 K71 

der deutschen national- 
ur. Zum gebrauche an 
Q unterrichtsanstalten. 

438.6 K71 

'. TGne aus der hall- 

.une 204 K71 

[NAND. Geistesblitze. 

808.8 K74 

Geschichte der 

1 litteratur 830 K81 

[EDRICH. Franz()sisch- 
i und deutsch-franz^^s- 
W5hen wOrterbuch. ..443.3 K82 

der Erdgeister. Gogol. 
891.73 G55 

UGUST. Gesammelte 

Jv 831 K83 

ORG. Deutsch-franzfis- 

?g, der 943.082 K83 

r. Sammtliche werke. 

831 K84 

3BODOR. Sammtliche 

831K84S 

[, J. I. Dichter und die 

891.85 K8(i 

^ST. Katechismus der 

rie 913 K91 

. Freimaurer, die. .a33 K95f 
Marianne. Harmon- 

..: 831 K95 

itur. Rosenthal-Bonin. 

8.33 W63 

t, Ferdinand. Amer- 

der 917 K96 

Hugo. Araerikaner, 

917.3 K96 

Joseph, ctymp. Univer- 

rsations-lexikon 4.33 K96 

Kfis, "Sonnenwirth," 
8.33 K95s 



Landau, Marcus. Quellen des De- 

camerone, die ^50.9 L23 

LXnder und leute. 2v 910 L.23 

Lang E, Louis, ed, BUrgerkriegder 

Vereinigten Staaten, der 973.7 L26 

Lange, Otto. Sprachschatz der 

deutschen literatur 838 L26 

Lattmann, J. Griechisches lese- 

buch 488.6 L35 

Laumann, Richard. Gedenkblat- 
ter aus dem helden - kampfe 
Deutschlands mit FYankreich. 
943.082 L36 

Leist, Friedrich. Urkundenlehre. 

431.7 L53 

Lemming, HeinrichutuI Hartzen- 
BUSCH, J. E. Praktische anleit- 
ung zum spanisch sprechen ..468.6 H26 

Lenau, Nikolaus. Gedichte 831 L54 

Lenoir, Abel.. Drei raben, die..833 W49 
LeSage, a. R. Geschichte des Gil 

Bias von Santissana. 2v 843 L56 

(DER)LETZERothensteiner. Busch.833B96 

Letzte stunden. Jacoby 236 J15 

Lexow, Friedrich. Gedichte. ...831 L59 

LlEBE und pflicht 833 B62 

(Die) lieder des Mirza-Schaffy. Bo- 

denstedt 831 B63 

Lieder zu schutz und trutz. Lip- 

perheide 831 L66 

Lienhard und Gertrud. Pestalozzi.371 P43 
LiNDAU, Rudolf. TOdtliche fehde. 

833 W63 

Lipperheide, Franz, comp. Lieder 

zu schutz und trutz 831 L66 

Loebenstein, a. Predlgten 252 L82 

LOher, Franz. Geschichte und zu- 
stgnde der Deutschen in Amer- 
ika 834 L78 

Longfellow, H. W. Ausgewahlte 

gedichte 811 L86rar 

Siimmtliche poetische werke. 2v. 

811L86si 

Lore Fay. Junghaus 833 J95 1 

LOwE, Fbodor. Brtldern, den 831 L95 

Ludvigh, Samuel. Reden, vorle- 

sungen und prosalsche aufsaetze. 

838 L96 

Luise. Moss 831 Eb28h 

Luther, Martin. Kirchenpostille. 

2v 252 L87 



136 



DEUTSCHE BUECHER. 



Kleiner katechismus in frage und 

antwort ..238.4 L»7 

Lydia. Pierantoni-Mancini 853 P61 1 

Macbeth. Shakespeare 822..3:^ B(« 

Mahlmann, August. Gedichte..831M27 

Maigela. Schultes 833 Sch8m 

Malte-Brun, Conrad. Neue^tes 
genialde von Amerika und 
seinen bewohnern ^917 M29 

(Der) Maf.the^er. Velde. v. 2.. 833 VM 
Mancini, Grazia Pierantoni- -iSec 
Pierantoni-Mancini, Crazia. 

Manuel Venegas. Alarcon 863 Al 1 

(Das)marchen von Gockel, Hinkel 
und Gaokeleia in seiner ursprUng- 
lichen gestalt. Brentano 398 H78 

(Die) Marquise Cornelia d'Alll. 

Sue 843 Su2 

Martin, F. Naturgeschichte fUr die 

jugend j500 M36 

(Ein) MXRTYRERdorliebe. Daudet. 

843D26ni 

(Die) Matadore. Mundt. 2v..a33 M92r)ra 
Matthisson, Friedrich von. Ge- 

dichte a31 M43 

Mein freund, der grttnder. Iloden- 

berg. ... a33 WiMi 

Melik. Granal 8:J3 W49 

(Der) Messias. KlopsU)ck 831 K()9 

MiCHEiJSEN, KONRAD. Katechis- 

mus der stilistik 8()8 Mr)8 

MicKiEVVicz, Adam. Sammtliche 

werke 8m).l M'^H 

MOnnich, W. B. com}). Auswahl 

deutseher aufsiltze und reden. .838 M75 

Morwitz und Co. Amerikanischer 

dolinetsf'her 438.2 M84 

MO(JGE, Theodor. Erich Randal. a33 M8S>5 
Muhlhach. Louise, ijneud. See 
Mundt, Clara (M.) 

Mf LT.ER, Otto. Charlotte Acker- 

iminn 8:W M91 

MCller, Wii.helm. Gwlichte. ..8,31 M88 
Mundt, Clara (M.) (Ionise Muhl- 

bach.) Andreas Hofer 8:J3 M92 

Friedrich der grosse und seine ge- 

sohwister 8.33 M92fr 

Friedrich dor grosse und seine hof. 

8.33 M92f 

Kaiser .loseph als selbstherrscher. 

8.33 M92ks 



3 



^ Kaiser Joseph und Maria Theresia. 

833 M9g^ Mrn 

Kaiser Joseph und Marie Antoin- 
ette 833 

Rastatt und Jena. 833 

Mundt, Theodor. Matadore, die. 

2v 833 M925-^ni 

Nachtseiten der gesellschaft. 2v. 

833 NIT" 11 

Nadler, K. G. PrOlich, Palz, Gott 

erhalts! 831 KZZZ^^ 

Nast, WiLHELM. Leben und wirken 

des Johannes Wesley B W5 

Nemnich, P. A. Neues waaren- 
lexikon in zwdlf sprachen 413 N 

(Die) neue Heloise. Rousseau. 2 v. 

843 R76 

(Da8) Nibelungknlied 830.21 N 

NoRD- Amerikanische w o c h e d- 

schrift 053 N7- 

Nordlicht. Jensen 833 J45i 

Nostradamus, Michel. Erstaun- 
lichenbOcherdesgrossen arztes, 
sehers und schlcksalspropheten, 
die 844 

Notre Dame von Paris. Hugo. 2 v. 

843 

NovELLEN schatz for gute deutsche 

und deutsch-amerikanische nov- 

ellen 053 NSIT^ 

Nytt. Svenskt och tyskt handlexi- 

kon. 2v 439.7 

Oberon. Wieland 831 W63Sr 

Ophelia, Enault 833 W4^ 

Orion. Roquette 833 

ORLEANS, E. C. von. Briefe. 1673- 

1715 836 Ort 

Otto, ?:mil. German reader. ...438.6 Oi 
Pachtler, p. Buch der kirche, 

das 264 P« — U 

(Die) Pappenheimer. Wolff . .831 W8.^ tp 

Pasque, Ernst. Zwei eleven 

worths. &33 P"'^2e 

(Die) Patrizier. Velde. v. 4 833 V -5* 

Paul und Virginie. Sain t-Pierre. 843 Sa^r ^ 
Pestalozzi, Heinrich. Lienhard 

und Gertrud 371 F*-43 

Phosphorus Hollunder. F r a n - 

vols 833 F8*> 

PiCHLER, Caroline. FrauenwQrde. 

833^*58 



DKUTSC^HK BUEl'HKU. 137 

Mancixi. C4 r a z I a. Rousskau, J. J. Neue Heloise, die. 

aVJ P«l 1 2v 843 R76n 

r aus 85:5 P<)1 ' Ueber den gesellscbaftsvertrag.320R76in 

i. H. DK Saint- Set Werke. 3v B R76 

ire, J. H. H. de. • Ruhesamkn, Fred. Gren%erleben.8:{3R82 

zur solij.^en owijrkoit. i RCcKERT, Friedrich. Werke... 831 Ii82 

«2;j IiH4 Rupprk;ht, S. Arzt als hausfreund, 

iusr VON. Gesamnit'lte I dor 610.2 R87 

i V KM P()J> (Die) Sa(je von Wolsfbrunnen. Hel- 

Rl^ Ansziit: aiis der wiff j.398 H36 

ril(.-n'n und neueren ! Saint-Pierre, .7. H. B. de. Paul 

o 1102 P72 und Vir^nie 843 Sa28 

;e. M u s i k a 1 i s <* h e Schau um dieh und schau in dich. 

1. phantasien und skiz- Hammer 831 H18 

780.4 P"."! ■ SCHEKFEL, J. V. VON. Gaudeamus. 

k:j3 P7r)v I mi Sch2fir 

Iricb. Veldt', v. .'{. .^33 vr)4 Sc^HERER, CJeorg, rom];. Schonsten 

J. Sjimmtliche wtTki*. deutsobeu volkslieder, die. . ."M>8.8 Schl 

831 Pmi , S(?HILLER, .1. C. F. VON. Silmmt- 

G. VON. Kntwurf zu • liche werke. 2v 832.03 

sehirhte der kupfer- hk^HLOSS Katenheim. Glaser 833 G468 

inst 702 Q2 I SCHMIDT, Adolf. KixKjhen und ka- 

^c-hmiilt 8.30.8 Gr>7r : lustropben fM)0 SohS 

V. Aus^rewjililte tra^- ! Sc'HMiDT, LOTHAR. Meisterwerke 

842 lUl der zeitfrenOssischen novellistik. 

ix. K. Isis. der menscb \ 8;i3 Scb5 

elt 220.2 1511 ScHMlDT, MAXIMILIAN. Glasniach- 

KRDiNAND. Baruuii't- erleut HX\ Schr>4 

auf {\vv zauherinsel, i St'HNlTZLER, ARTHUR. Abschied, 

KJ3 1113 I ein 8;«Seh50 

I Jena. Mundt 833 .M02r Schopenhat'er, Arthur. Welt ala 

J-'^^i'-ff 801.73 T«4r | xville und vorstellun^', die. 2v.l42 SchO 

r)OLF vox. (Jcsi^liichie :srHt»RV, Aijiert. Gewibiobte der 
misehi-n philolotrii.. . .430 1110 deutsehen evan^reliscben s>ii()de 
t'AR VON. (;*^(lUhie.831 K2r> I yon Xord-Amerika .*..2(i2.4 ScbO 

' ■*' ,: Sl'HKAKAMP,JO.SElMIA Uiul WENC'KE- 

BACH. ( ARLA. Deutsche ^rani- 

^''^ '^'^^ I matik fiir Amerikauer 4:1') W48 

I. Praktirsehos hand- SCHt'cKiNo, Levin. Hrei freier. 
Handels - correspond- , ^\\^. .308Seh78 

**'*^ li-J^ KcLicr und namnie. 3v KU Sch7 

'\ F, .lubcNiMiior, der. Schultes, ('. Maijrola 8.33 Sch8m 

^-'-^ l^-*! ScHWAiiZ. A. Brevier der kunst in 

DVVIO. Uii-htcr-anium. l^.^i,^ im.l ]^.]3^.„ 8;USchO 

T«;o lUl (Oek) scHWKDE. H*>sokicl KJ3 rnO 

.John Miliori und >ciin' Die} scinvESTER.N. i:i)crs ^33 Kb3s 

<M\ 1 M7 SEUA I'is. Kb.-rs s:n Kh3se 

.1. .Meiii ircuiid, del- Ski'MK, (I. .Siininitlicho «rc«llchtt\.>*31 Se8 

>^:»;» \V<i3 SHAKSJ'KAKK. WlLLlAM. Macbclh. 

TTO. Orion ^:\:\ I ;»i^o S22.:'.3 B«i3 

Jonin. Hr<;«.». Knn^l S;iiiiniilich»» <h'arn;it ischt' \vcrk(». 

• s;;:{ \V03 S22.33 Sch3 



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DEUTSC'HK BUECHEK. 



SiLiJKRSTEiN, August. Hochlands- TOpfker, Rudol.f. Genfer novel- 

^eschichten 833 8i3h len. H4:i TtV2f 

SiMONSOx, L. Deutsche^ balladen- Tristan und Isaldf. S30 liTs 

buch 831.08 Sio (DiEi TRUDK hiorba. Veldo. v. i. MA V-'A 

Skizzenhuch. Irvinjr ^fl7 lv><g Tukc;enieff, I. S. Ranch . . . .Stil.73 rs4r 

SOLDAX. LUDWKJ. Auierikanisches | Tutti.e, Hudson. Geschirlite und 

drittes h^sebuoh 438.0 Sot ; fi e b e t z e des schopfiingsvor- 

Kan<(es 5"*) T8>i 



(Deu) '-Sunnenwirtii." Kurz. .8.33 KHos 

SOl»II(.)KLES. Werke 8S2 SoGs 

Spielha<.;en, Friedrich. Hanimur 

und Amboss 8:« Si)41i 

SiTNDLER, ( '. Ristard, der 833 Si>43 

Steen, a. ITalbmond und das kreuz, 

der 823 St3 

Steffens, Karl, nimp. Volks-kal- 

endcT fnr \m\ 8.38 St3 

Sternherc, Alexander von. Wil- 

jR'hn. 2v 83.3 St4\v 

(Der) sternsteimiof. Anz^nj^ru- 

hw S33 Ani>s 

Stieler, Adolf. Hand-atlas J)12 Sto 

Stifter, Adalbert. Siudirn. .3v.8.'J8 St") 
Studiex. St ifter. 3v 838 Sto 



SUE. KniEXE. Marqniso ("orncflia 

dWlli, dif H43Su2 



UiiLMANN, A. Aus bo wejrier zeit. .83.S Unr» 
Uli-^ otto. Wunder der Hternen- 

welt, die ry20 Vl'2 

Um WEOE zn ^lUck. Ziemsson Ki^ /«»u 

Undine. Fouque 3{»8 HT>< 

Unenthehrliche praktischc rath- 

gk-\wv W)2 l'n.3 

UNTERderharten hand. Dieth()tT.S33 1V;«^*J 
Unteritaltunos - bibliothok mo- 

derner shriftsiollor. v. :J-4. ...K\^ Vt^^ 

Urania. Tiedge N31 T4^ 

I'RANIA, oin taschenbuch. lUv . . .k;h {' i* 1 

Urkundenleiire. Leist 431.7 1--'*-^ 

Velde, F. K. von der. Siimmtlifhe 

sc'hrif ten. 5v '^.'i.'J V - >-» 

fI)ER) VEKsc'HVVENDER. Kaimund.KW K 1 •» 

SUDEUMAXX, llKRMAXX. 1' niU Sor- ,t^ ,„ ,,. .,„,„.„.,„ i i 

,, DERj VEPSKUNKEXE tj 1 ()0 k e . 
ISk^ H.33Su2f TT . Vi70rT-»*» 

Hau]nniann SJJL — • 

Vesta. Polko KWl'T-'*^' 

VlRUIL. Aon^M^» 87.11 V^^-^ 

(DerisClfmkjster. WoHT. :iv..K33 \VS3s volkmann, Kiohard. Rhetorik 
SVLVEsTKii Hennard und M-in vrv- drr (iriochen und Rc'.mer. die...^^'^ V?-'** 

bii'clMii. FijiuiM. S43 F«4s : Von Horn nacl. Zitm. Hreunijr. . ..24S !;":'• 

Taxxhauskr. WOltr SU WKi y^^j fenstt'i- aus. Pierantoni-.Man- 

Tarass Hiill)a. (HVL'ol s«il.73 (iT)") ^.jjjj S."i;i Pt»l 

ToRc^'ATc. Tass<,. (Jotlu. s;!2jl2 v. 2 yoss, ,L U, " 'Luise.V.V.V.V.V.V.S:n Kbi^l' 

(DIE. tartaukxscmla.kt. v. 4. WA.HTER.OsKAR^rr.m^,. Altes^rold 

^'^'''^<* -'-^ ^''"»* in Dc'ursclu«nsi)Hh!hwr»rtorn.8;jO.S\\'ll 

, , -, M.i \\ ALUMur.LKR, Rohert. Walpra. 

san'ni. clas v»i 1 1^^- .,. i,'K.>%iji 

TaUMKUT, KMIL. (idlilM-lniiiril /u ^* ' " 

Da-dad. dir s.ll T1I» ^^' ^L>'i<i'-.r>- Auorbaoh. 3v. . . .83:1 Au3ii 

TAi:sKNDund.-inia;:i.n()n,-ni.. Ho- Walpka. WaldmiUler m Kb2^)i 

,1..,, ,...,i, c,i-|.r» WAMHiiinrcn fin* Anton Wilhelm 

(l^'ll'^H•||l M'» I j'l.l J . 

Teoner, Ksal\s. Fritlii..fsa-v.s;;'.!.Tl T2;;in 1 •■"•Lifr 'H'D*- 

N'i.iti.;.ir- ...r.. v.i -1 -I'-'", \Vi:iiLi;.i;K<)R«;. LfhrbuchderwoU- 

(Die) TiiKATi:RsTfN;KK iUv wt-lilit- -■• -rhirlu... 2v Wn\* 

tiM-atui" 7:»2 'J7.1 Wi:i<i i:. ( aiil. Fnglisidiclittcnitur 

ThCmmkl, .\. M.Srmiintliclii-wi.rkr. ^-.-ciiirlitr S20^^'4- 

3v . . !»U 4 'l'4'* \Vi"LT uimI (loitfSiTichsklilnjfe. 11- 

831IM 



riED<:E, ('. A. Urania x'M TU i^» " 

roDLlcin: ft-lidr. Liiulau >;J3 \V«".;i Wkni Ki.itArn. Carla, SCHRA- 

roxE aus d(.-r haIljabrHiK»-auni\ ivAMJ\ .I<ii:iM[A. Deutsche 

KlCisnor 2»»4 K71 : tiiammaiik tiir Amorikaner , .4.'}5 W4S 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



139 



und Wenckebach, He LENE, 
comp. SchOnsten deutschen 

lieder, die 831 W48 

Ternberger, Heinrich. Bilder 

aus dem ju jugendleben 833 W49 

iTEBNER, E. Glack auf 833 W495 

iTic^ERT, Ernst. Bekenmnlsse 

einer armen seele, die 833 W63 

:>IE) wiedertAuper. Velde. . . .833 V54 

VIELAND, C. H. OberoD 831 W632 

Oer) WILDE }SLger. Wolff 831 W83w 

ViLHELM. Sternberg. 2v 833 St4 w 

ViLHELM Meister. CWthe 832.62 

JV^OLFp, JuLlu.S. Pappenheimer, 

die 831W83p 

Solfmeister, der. 2v 833 W838 

Tannhauser 831 W83 

Wilde jager, der 831 Wa3w 



WOLPP, O. L.B. fiausschatz 

deutscher prosa 838 W83 

Zeising, Adolp. ^thetische for- 

schungen 701 Z3 

ZlEMSSEN, LUDWIG. Umwege zum 

glUck 833 Z6u 

ZiMMERMANN, G. A. Deutsches 

classisches lesebuch 438.7 Z6 

ZiRNDORFER, S. Benjamin Israeli. 

2v ..833Z67 

ZscHOKKE, Heinrich. Familien- 

andachtsbuch 204 Z8 

Zu ftissen des monarchen. Fran- 
cols 833 F847p 

ZWEI eleven worths. Pasque 833 P26 

Zwischen den schlachten. Bjorn- 

son 831 Eb28h 



Junior Department. 



GENERAL. 

^J^FLIN, J. D. Young people's 

c^'clopedia of common things. 

- JR031C35 

^J-DREN's work for children. ...j051 .C43 

^ joung folks ja51 Ou7 

^Xi sea and land jOol Ov2 

'• Nicholas, v. l-date j051 Sa2 

MORAL AND RELIGIOUS. 

^BoTT, J. a C. Child at home..jl73 Ab2 
^Cdwin, James. Old stories of 

the east j220 B19 

^tory of Siegfried j293 B19s 

^ACE, C. L. Short sermons to 

newsboys 'j252 B72 

^Wdry, M. F. Moral lessons . ..jl70 C83 
"OSTER, Charles. Story of the 

Bible j220 F81 

^DRic», S. G. Glance at philoso- 
phy jlOOGr>2 

^W, A. M. Good morals and gen- 
tle manners jlio G74 

*RKEN, S. G. Bible sketches. . . . j22() G82 
Iadlky, Caroline. Stories of old: 
New Testament j220 HI 1 



Stories of old: Old Testament. . j225 HU 

Stories of the apostles j225 Hlls 

Headley, p. C. Friends of Jesus. j220 H.34 

Grove, tent and altar j220 H.34g 

Jesus the redeemer j220 H.34j 

Patriarchs, kings and kingdoms. 

j220H34p 

Prophets, apostles and magi- 
cians j220 H34pr 

Spies, traitors and assassins. ...j220 H34s 

Helm, N. L. Story of old j220 L37 

Howard, John. Scripture history 

for the young j220 H83 

Mabie:, H. W. Norse stories retold 

from the Eddas j293 Mil 

More about Jesus j225 M81 

Froudpoot, a. H. Child's Christ- 
tales J232.9 P94 

Sunday evenings j220 Su7 

Treasury of scripture stories j220 T71 

Tweedie, W. K. Seed-time and 

harvest j240 T91 

Warner. Susan. (The) word: walks * 

from Eden j220 W24 

POLITICAL SCIENCE. 

Alton, Edmund. Among the law- 
makers .1320 Al 17 



140 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



Brooks, E. S. Century book for 

young Americans j353 B79 

Brooks, Noah. How the republic 

is governed 342.73 B79 

Drysdale, William, Treasury 

club. 1900 J353.2 D84 

Great words from great Ameri- 
cans J342.73 G79 

GiFFiN, W. M. Civics for young 

Americans J342.73 G36 

NORDHOFF, Charles. Politics for 

young Americans j320 N75 

Trowbridge, O. W. Illinois and 

the nation j353 T75 

FAIRY TALES. 

Andersen, H. C. Fairy tales. . j398 An2f 
Arabian nights entertainments. 

Lang, ed j398 Arl 

Barbauld, Mrs. Things by their 

right names j398 B23 

Baum, L. F. Wonderful wizard of 

Oz J398B32 

Bouvet, Marguerite. Prince Tip- 
Top j398 B66 

Branch, M. L. Kanter girls j398 B27 

Brown, Frances. Granny's won- 
derful chair j398 B81 

Burgess, Gelett. Lively city o' 

Ligg J398B91 

Carryl, C.E. Davy and the goblin. j398 C25 
Chapin, A. A. Story of the Rhine- 
gold j398 C36 

Comfort, L. R. Folks and fairies.. j398 C73 
Craik, Mrs, D.M.(M.) Fairy book. j398 C84 
Diaz, Mrs, Abby (M.) King Bronde. 

. J398D54 

Edwardson, E. Courteous knight 

and other tales j398 E26 

Farrington, M. V. Tales of king 
Arthur and his knights of the 

Round Table j398 F24 

FRi5:RE. Old Deccan days j398 F89 

Frost, W. H. Court of king Ar- 
thur J398F92 

GiLMAN, Bradley. Kingdom of 

ccHns j398 G42 

Griffis, W. E. Japanese fairy 

world j398 G87 

Grimm, J. L. and Grimm, W. K. 

Fairy tales j398 G88f 

Goblins j398 G88g 



Harrington, J. W. Jumping kan- 
garoo and the apple butter cat . j398 H23 

Harris, J. C. Daddy Jake, the run- 
away J398H24 

Little Mr. Thimbletinger j398 H241 

M r. Rabbit at home j398 H24m 

Story of Aaron j398 H24s 

Harrison, Mrs. Constance (C.) 

Bric-a-brac stories j398 H245 

Harrison, Elizabeth. In story 

land J398H246 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Tangle- 
wood tales j398 H31t 

HOWLISON, M. H. Cat-tails and 

other tales j398 H84 

INGELOW, Jean. Mopsa the fairy . . j398In4 
Kingsley, Charles. Heroes . . . j398 K61 

Water-babies j.398 K61w 

Lang, ANDREW.Green fairy book. j.398 L25g 

My own fairy book j398 L25m 

Pink fairy book j398 L25p 

Red fairy book j398 L25r 

Yellow fairy book .j398 L25y 

LOOMIS, C. B. Yankee enchant- 
ments J398L87 

Macdonald, George. At the back 

of the north wind j398 M14 

Double story j398M14d 

McMURRY, L. B. Classic stories for 

littleones j.398 M22 

MacManus, Seumas. In chimney 

Corners j398 M225 

Mayhew, Henry and Mayhew, 

Augustus. Magic of kindness. 
J398M45 

Morse, L. B. Road to Nowhere.. J398MS3 

Peck, H. T. Adventures of Mabel . j398 P33 

Pyle, Howard. Garden behind 

the moon j398 P99 

Pyle, Katherine. Counterpane- 
fairy J398P996 

Reid, Sydney. Josey and the chip- 
munk J398R2T 

Rouse, W. H. D. Talking thrush.. j398R"6 

Ruskin, John. King of the Golden 

river J398R98 

Scudder, H. E. Book of legends 

told over again J398.2 Scu4 

Fables and folk stories j398Scu4 

Seguu, Mute. de. Fairy tales from 

the French j398Se3 

Sharp, Evelyn. Other side of the 

sun j398 8h2 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 141 

i beauty and other famous Darwin, Charles. What Mr. Dar- 

tales j398 SI 2 win saw in his voyage around 

, Albert. Sindbad, Smith the world j500 D25 

o j398 St3 De Lanoye, Ferdinand. Sublime 

V, F. R Fanciful tales. . . j398 St6 in nature j551 D37 

Dorothy. Legends from DuChaillu, Paul. World of the 

h\ man^s forest j398 T151 great forest J591.5 D85w 

ioeft, L. F. Winds, the Dyson, Jlfr«. Stories of the trees. .J582D99 

i and the wanderer j398 W51 Fireside philosophy j500 F51 

Mrs. Mabel (O.) Dream Fisher, Mrs, A. B. (B.) Fairyland 

cry book j398 W93 of science j504 F53 

Eraser, W. A. Mooswa j591.5 F86 

Geikie, Archibald. Elementary 
SCIENCE. physical geography j551 G27 

JACX)B. Force j531 Ab2 ^^^^^^^ - d^^^of 

j53g ^^,2h Physical geography j551 G27p 

ig about common things. j507 Ab2 GiBERNE, Agnes. World's founda- 

j535 Ab2 *'ions j550 G35 

experiments i508 Ab2 Goodrich, S. G. Glance at the phys- 

museum j508 Ab2r J <^al sciences. '/J^^T^ 

philasophy: air j551 Ab2 ^ bonders of geology . . . . • J^ G62w 

philosophy: fire j536 Ab2f ^«f ^' ^^^' ^^^ P^*^^^ ^^^*^^- * ^^^ ^^^ 

philosophy: sky j551 Ab2s ««^ P^f "^^. ^^^- ' ' , ]^^ll 

philosophy: water j536 Ab2w Nature's miracles 2v .j504 G79 

ind land . ! j5,51 Ab2w DERRICK, S. B. Chapters on plant 

^, Jane. Stories Mother „ ^^^^- ',;•••••••*••;*••••; ^ff? !!!? 

^ told her children. . . :.j564 An2 Holden, E. S Earth and sky. . .j520 H71 

Wonders of electricity .jr,37 Bio ^Family of the sun j523 H71 

., J. P. Among the moths ^oo^^f ' Worthington. Child's 

utteiflies j59r>B21 book of nature j500H.6 

P. T. Forest and jungle. j59()B26 Ingersoll, Ernest. Book of the 

, J. N. Story of the fishes. j597 B29 ocean J551.4 In4 

F. Animal life 1590 B29 Johonnot, James. Natural history 

fp ;5g() 329 series. 5v. Cats and dogs. v.l. jo90 J66c 

C.K. In brookand bayou. j593 B34 Friends in feathersand fur. v.2. j590 J66f 

R. E. Forms of land and Neighbors with claws and hoofs. 

j50<) B41 V. 4 j590 J66n 

UCIEN. Adventures of a Neighbors with wings and fins. 

: naturalist j500 B47 v. 3 j590 J66w 

ir^i)^;^ 353 Some curious flyers, creepers and 

. S. R. Electrical instru- swimmers, v. 5 j590 J66s 

making for amateurs. j537. 23 B()0 Kingsley, CHARLE.S. Madam How 

HS, John. Squirrels and and Lady Why j551 K61 

fur-beaters j5W BM Lang, Andrew. Animal story 

r, A. E. comp. Every day book J591.5 L2r) 

e * joOO C36 Lange, D. Our native birds. . . J598.2 L26 

NNIE. Stories from bird- LONG, W. J. Ways of wood-folk. j591. 5 L8o 
j598 C.38 Mann, Mrs. Horace. Flower peo- 
n's picture-book of birds. jr)98 C43 pie j580 M31 

DWARD. Childhood of the Marion, F. Wonders of optics. .j53r) M33 

j')"! c:62 Martin, E. A. Story of a piece of 

H. S. Butterfly hunters.. jr)95 C:74 coal J549.8 M3(5 



142 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



Maskell, Mm. A. E. A. Children 

with the birds j598 M37 

Children with the fishes j597 M37 

Miller, C.H. True bear stories. J591.5 M61 

Miller, Mrs, Harriet (M.) First 

book of birds j598 M61 

Four-handed folk ^599 M61 

Little folks in feathers and fur. j590 MHl 

MONTEiTH, James. Popular science 

reader j504 M76 

MORLEY, M. W. Bee people. .j5a5. 79 M82 

Little wanderers j58L5 M82 

Morse, E. S. First book of zool- 
ogy i590 M83 

MUNRO, John. Story of electricity. j537 M92 

Napier, C. O. G. Tommy Try and 

what he did in science j500 N16 

Parsons, Mrs, F. T. Plants and 

their children J580 P25 

Peabody, S. H. Cecil's book of 

beasts j590 P31 

PlERSON, C D. Among the forest 

people J591.5 P61 

Among the meadow people. . J591.5 P61a 
Proctor, R. A. Elementary phys- 
ical geography j551 P94 

Radau, Rodolphe. Wonders of 

acoustics jr)34 Rll 

Samuels, E. A. Among the birds. jr)98 Sa4 
Stevenson, S. H. Boys and girls 

in biology j570 St4 

Stewart, Balfour. Physics. . .j530 St4 
St WIN, Adam. By sea and shore . . j500 St9 

In the mountains j500 St9i 

Tenny, Mrs, A. A. Pictures and 

.stories of animals: in.sects. . . . jr)9r) T25 
Pictures and stories of animals: 

mammals jr)99 T25 

Pictures and stories of animals: 

shells j595 T25s 

Reptiles and fishes j598 T2r>r 

Sea-stars j593 T2.') 

and Tenny, San horn. Natui-al 

hi.story of animals j5iK) T25 

Thompson, Ernest Seton- Biog- 
raphy of a grizzly jr)J>9 T37 

Van Bruyssel, E. Population of 

an old pear tree jr)lC).7 V27 

Wright, Mrs, Mabel (O.) Four- 
footed Americans and their kin. 
j599 W93 

and CouES, Elliott. Citizen 

bird •...j5J>8.2 W93 



Youmans, E. a. First book of bo^ 

any. 1873 jo81Y8 

Second book of botany j581 Y8s 



USEFUL ARTS. 

Abbott, Jaoob. Harper establish- 
ment j655 Ab2 

Baker, R. S. Boy's book of inven- 
tions jfiOSBH 

Beard, D. C. Jack of all trades..j603 B38 

BOY*s workshop j694 BTl 

Dogs: how to rear and manage them. 
j()36.7Doi 

Gibson, W. H. Camp life in the 
woods J639.5G35 

Goodrich, S. G. Enterprise, indus- 
try and art of man j600 Gfi2 

Greene, HOBiER. Coal and coal 
mines j622 G83 

Hunt, Mrs, M. H. Physiology and 
health J612H91 

INGERSOLL, ERNEST. DogS j636 1d* 

KiRBY, MARY and KIRBY, EiLIZA- 

BETH. Aunt Martha *s corner 

cupboard j630 K63 

KiRKLAND, E. S. Six little cooks. j641 K© 
LUKIN, James. Amongst machines. 
J621L96 

Boy engineers j(i21 U*^ 

Young mechanic j62l L96y 

Mac&, Jean. History of a mouthful 

of bread J612M15 

Servants of the stomach j612 Ml* 

Miller, Mrs, Hugh. Cats and dogs. 
J636M61 

Morris, Edmund. Farming for boys. 
j630M«3 

MOWRY, W. A. and MOWRY, A. H. 
American inventions and inven- 
tors i609M?' 

PiERSON, C, D. Among the farm- 

yai*d people j636 P*l 

Rcx'HELEAU, W. F. Great Ameri- 
can industries j822R» 

Manufactures j670B58 

Products of the soil J630R58 

Whekler, C. G. Woodworking for 

beginners jfi94 WaS 

, Wilkinson, F, Story of the cotton 



plant 



je33W(i^ 



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143 



AMUSEMENTS. 

lEARD, D. C. American boy's book 
of sport j790 B38 

American boy's handy-book. ..j790 B38b 

BARD, LiXA and Beard, A. B. 
American girl's handy-book. j790 B38a 

lAMPLiN, J. D. and BosTWiCK, A. 
E. Young folks' cyclopedia of 
games and sports Rj790 C35 

LTTCHINSON, G. A. ed. Boy's own 
book of indoor games and recre- 
ations j790 H97 

iCHS, Edwin. Sleight of hand . . j791 Sal 

HOMPSON, Maurice, ed. Boys' 
book of sports and outdoor life. 
RJ796 T37 

'^AGNER, Richard. Wagner story 
book J782W12 

LITERATURE. 

ESOP. Fables j888 Ae8 

iLcoTT, L. M. Cyomic tragedies. .j8l2 Al 2 
Vllin, Abby. Home ballads. .j811 Al 58 
Uldwin, James. Story of the 

golden age j883 B19 

3LAISDELL, E. A. a^id Blaisdell, 

M. F. Child life in literature. . j808 B57 

Child life in many lands j808 B57c 

Brackett, a. C. and Eliot, I. M. ed. 

Poetry for home and school. . J808.8 B72 
Brooks, Edward. Story of the 

Iliad '. j883 B87.3 

"HTRCH. A. J. Pictures from Greek 

life and story j880 C47 

Stories from Homer ...j883 C47 

Stories from the Greek tragedians. 

j883C^7g 

Stories from Virgil j873 C'47 

Story of the Iliad j88.3 C47s 

'LOUD, V. W. Down Durley lane . . j811 C53 

-OOK, A. S. Story of Ulysses for 

boys and girls j883 C77 

''^CCH, A. T. QUIL.LER- Historical 

tales from Shakespeare J822.33 ca3 

'tJMNOCK, R. M. comp. School 

speaker j8()8.5 C91 

k)U0L.AS, Marian. Picture poems 

for young folks j811 D74 

Ield, Eugene. Love-songs of 
childhood j811 F4;"> 1 

ODDRICH, S. G. Literature, ancient 

and modem J809G62 



Henley, W.E. comp. Lyraheroica.j821 H38 
Herodotus. Stories from the east 

from Herodotus j888 H43 

Story of the Persian war j888 H4,3s 

Heston, Newton. Anniversary 

speaker j808 H46 

HOLBROOK, Florence. Hiawatha 

primer j811 H69 

Round the year in myth and song. j808 H69 

Homer. Lamb's adventures of Ulys- 
ses J883H751 

JOHONNOT, James. Stories of the 

olden time j808 J66 

Lakeside literature. Folk-story and 

verse, v. 2 J808.5 LU 

Lang, Andrew. Blue poetry-book. 

J821L25 

LiVY. Stories from Llvy, by Church. 

J878L76 

Longfellow, H. W. Children's 
hour, Paul Revere 's ride and 

other poems j811 L86c 

Tales of a wayside inn j811 L86t 

Lucas, E. V. Book of verse for chil- 
dren J821L96 

Marvin, F. S. Ad ventures of Odys- 
seus j883 M,36 

Plato. Stories from Plato, by Burt. 

J888P69 

Pratt, M. L. Myths of old Greece. j883 P88 

Pyle, Katheirine. Prose and verse 

for children j808 P99 

Repplier, Agnes. Book of famous 

verse j811 R29 

Richardson. A. S. Stories from 

old English poetry j820 R39 

Riley, J. W. Child-rhymes j811 R45 

ROLFE, W. J. Shakespeare, the boy. 

J822..33R64 

Rollins, A. W. Little Page Fern.jSll R65 
Shakespeare. Tales from Shakes- 
peare, by Lamb j822 Shi 

Sherman, F. D. Little-folk lyrics. j811 Sh5 
SONGS for the little ones at home.jSll Soo 
Stevenson, R. L. Child's garden 

of verse j821 St48 

Taylor, Jane. Original poems for 

infant minds j821 T21 

Thaxter, Celia. Stories and poems 

for children j811 T32 

Whittier, J. G. Snow-bound. ..j811 W61s 



144 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



ed. Child life j811 W61 

Witt, C. C. Tales of Troy j883 W78 

Wright, H. C. Children's stories 

in American literature 1810 W9$ 



DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL. 

GENERAL. 

Abbott, Jacob. Rollo's travels . j910 Ab2 

Baker, S. W. True tales for my 

grandsons j910 B17 

Brassey, Annie (A.) Lady, Voy- 
age in the **Sunbeam'* j910 B73 

BUTTERWORTH, Hezekiah. Zigzag 

journeys around the world j910 B98 

Chaplin, P. P. and Humphrey, F. 

A. Little folks of other lands.. j910 C36 

Dana, R. H. Two years before the 

mast j910 D19 

Jenks, Tudor. Boys' book of ex- 
plorations i910 J42 

Johnson, W. H. World's discov- 
erers j910 J63 

Legh, M. H. C. How Dick and Molly 

went round the world j910 L52 

MONTEITH, James. Easy lessons in 

popular science j910 a- 76 

Scudder, H. E. English Bodley 

family j910 Scu4 

Shaw, E. R. Big people and little 

people of other lands j910 Sh2 

Stanley, W. P. Down the bay. . j910 St2 

Stockton, P. R Buccaneers and 

pirates of our coasts J910.4 St6 

Tarr, R. S. and McMurry, F. M. 
Tarr and McMurry geogra- 
phies. 2v J910.7 T17 

Towle, G. M . Adventures and con- 
quests of Pizarro j910 T65 

Adventures of Vasco Da Gama.j910 T6ov 

Drake j910 T<)5d 

Marco Polo j910 TOom 

Ralegh j910 TG^r 

EUROPE. 

Abbott, Ja(X)B. English channel .j9U Ab2 

Florence's return j914 Ab2f 

Orkney islands j914 Ab2o 

Rollo in Geneva j914 Ab2g 

Rollo in Holland J914.92 Ab2 

Rollo in Naples J914.57 Ab2 



Rollo in Rome j914..t6 A1 

Aloott, L. M. Shawl- straps. . J914.38 A) 
Brooks, E. S. and Alden, John. 

Long walls J91.3.38 B 

Browning, H. E. Girl's wander- 
ings in Hungary J914.39 B 

Butterworth, Hezekiah. Zigzag 

journeys in Europe j914 B 

Zigzag journeys in northern lands. 

J914BS 

Zigzag journeys in the British isles. 

J914B 

Church, A. J. Roman life in the 

days of Cicero J913.37 ( 

Eddy,D. C. Alps and the Rhine. J914.94 1 

Baltic to Vesuvius j914 Ec 

Paris to Amsterdaih j914 Ec 

Through Scotland and England. j914 £t 

Walter in Athens J914.95 I 

Walter in Constantinople J914.96 I 

Goodrich, S. G. Balloon travels of 

Robert Merry j914 ( 

Hale, E. K and Hal£, Susan. 
Family flight through France, 

Germany, etc j914 I 

Knox, T. W. Boy travellers in 
Great Britain and Ireland. ..J914.2 H 
Boy travellers in northern Europe. 

J914K' 

Boy travellers in the Russian em- 
pire J914.7IS 

Lander, S. W. Berlin J914.31 1 

Moscow J914.7 L 

LiPPiNCOTT, S. J. Stories and sights 

of France and Italy j914 L 

NiNDE, M. L. We two alone in Eu- 
rope J914NI 

Scudder, H. E. Bodley grandchil- 
dren and their journey in Hol- 
land j914 Sen 

Shumway, E. S. Day in ancient 

Rome j914.56Sh 

St(x:kton, F. R Personally con- 
ducted j914St 

Trafton, Adeline. American girl 
abroad j914Tfi 

ASIA. 

Butterworth, Hezekiah. Zizzag 

journeys in the antipodes j915 K 

Zi^^zag journeys in the Levant.. j915 B9' 
Zizzag journeys in the orient. .j915 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



145 



Carpenter, F. G. Asia jQlS C22 

"HEEVER, H. A. Little American 

^rl in India J915.4 C41 

5ddy, D. V, Walter in Jerusalem. 

j915.69Ed2 

Walter in Samaria J915.6 Ed2 

Cenxedy, J. F. Countries and places 

in Bible history J9l6 K38 

Cnox, T. W. Adventures of two 

youths on a journey to Japan and 

China J915.2K77 

-.ANDER, S. W. Pekin j915 L23 

^URIE. Andr£. Schoolboy days in 

Japan J915.2 L37 

jEE, Y. p. When I was a boy in 

China J915.1 L51 

f IL.L.ER, Mrs, Harriet (M.) Little 

people of Asia j915 M61 

''AN Berc;en. R. Story of Japan.j915.2 V27 

AFRICA . 

>tJCHAiLLU, Paul. Lost in the jun- 

trle J916.7 D85 1 

My Apingi kingdom J9I6.7 D85m 

Sddy, D. C. Walter in Egypt. . . j916 Ed2 

Eale, E. E, and Hale, Susan. 
Family flight through Egypt and 
Syria j916 H13 

Kingston, W. H. G. In the wilds 

of Africa j91« K61 

Knox, T. W. Boy travellers. Af- 
rica j91«.7 K77 



Carpenter, F. G. North America. 

J917.3C22 

Custer, K B. "Boots and saddles." 

J917.8C96 

Farrar, C. a. J. Camp life in the 

wilderness j917 F24 

Jenks, Tudor. Century world's fair 

book J917.3 J41 

Knox, T. W. Boy travellers in 

Mexico J917.2 K77 

Lander, S. W. New York. . . . J917.47 L2,3 
LOVERING, A. T. Stories of New 

York J917.47 L94 

OxLEY, J. M. Boy tramps J917.1 Ox4 

SCUDDER, H. E. Bodleys afoot. . j917 Scu4 

Bodleys on wheels j9l7 Scu4o 

Boston town J917.44 Scu4 

MINOR COUNTRIES. 

Butter WORTH, Hezekiah. Over 

the Andes j918 B98 

Zigzag journeys in Australia. .J9I9.3 B98 
Carpenter, F. G. South America . j918 ( ?22 
DuC-HAiLLU, Paul. Land of the 

long night j919.rt D85 1 

Hawks, F. L. Lost Greenland.. j919. 8 UU 
Krout, M. H. Alice's visit to the 

Hawaiian islands J919.69 K92 

SCHWATKA, Frederick. Children 

of the cold J919.8 Sch9 

Van Bergen, R. Tales of our new 

possessions: the Philippines. J919.14 V27 



UNITED STATES. 

Abbott, Jacob. Marco Paul at the 

Springfield armory j917 Ab2 

Marco Paul in Boston j917 Ab2c 

Marco Paul in New York. . . ...j917 Ab2a 

Marco Paul in Vermont ,j917 Ab2b 

Marco Paul in the forests of Maine. 

j917Ab2d 

Marco Paul on the Erie canal..j917 Ab2e 
Allen, W. B. Red mountain of 

Alaska J917.98 Al 5 

J^UTTERWORTH, HEZEKLAH. Zigzag 

journeys in Acadia and New 

France J917.16 B98 

Zigzag journeys in the sunny south. 

j917 B988 

Zigzag journeys in the white city. 

J917.3 B98 



I HISTORY. 

Abbott, Jacob Story of ancient 

history j930 Ab2 

Brooks, E. S. Story of the nine- 
teenth century j909 B79 

Champlin, J. D. Young people's 
cyclopaedia of persons and 
places Rj9()3 C3o 

Church, A. J. Helmet and spear. 

j938C47w 

Stories from English history j942 C47 

Coffin. C. C. Story of liberty . . . j940 C(>5 

Dickens, Charles. Child's history 

of Phigland j942 Doo 

Dole, N. H. Young folks' history 

of Russia j947 D(58 

Edgar, F. C. Great men and gal- 
lant deeds j9i>4 Ed3 



146 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



Farmer, Mrs. Lydia (H.) Short 
history of the French revolu- 
tion J944.04 F22 

Froissart, Sir John. Boys' B^rois- 

sart J904.4 F92 

GOMME, G. L. Princess's story 

book J942G63 

Goodrich, S. G. World and its 

inhabitants j900 G62 

GUERBER, H. A. Story of the cho- 
sen people j933 G93 

Story of the English j942 G93 

Story of the Greeks j938 G93 

Story of the Romans j937 G93 

JoSEPHUS, Flavius. Our young 

folks' Josephus j933 J77 

Nutting, M. O. William the silent. 

J942N96 

Pearce, W. C. History of India.. j954 P31 

SLEEPER, M. G. Pictures from the 

history of the Swiss J949.4 SI 2 

Tappan, E. M. In the days of Alfred 

the Great j942 T16 

Taylor, Emily. Tales from the 

history of the Saxons j942 T21 

YONOE, C. M. Young folks' history 

of France j«44 Y8 

Young folks' history of Germany .j943 Y8 
Young folks' history of Greece. .j»38 Y8 
Young folks' history of Rome. . .j937 Y8 

UNITED STATES. 

Abbdtt, Jacob. American history. 

7v ,....j973 Ab2 

Brooks, E.S. American Indian. j97().l B79 
American soldier in war and 

peace jjno B79 

Century book of American col- 
onies J973.2 B79 

Century book of famous Ameri- 
cans J973B79 

Century book of the American rev- 
olution J973.3 B79 

In Lei.sler's times j^*73 B79i 



Catherwood, Mrs, Mary (H.) He- 
roes of the middle west J973.1 • 

Coffin, C. C. Boys of '61 J973.78 ( 

Boys of '76 J973.3 < 

Building the nation J973.7 ( 

Drum-beat of the nation J973.7 O 

Old times in the colonies J973.2 ( 

Redeeming the republic J973.7 O 

Demino, E. W. and Deminq, T. O. 

Indian child life J970.1 1 

Draper, A. S. Rescue of C^iba..j972.91 E 
Drake, F. S. Indian history for 

young lolks J970.1 1 

Dresbach, a. C. Young people's 
history of Illinois J97T.3 1 

Eggleston, Edward. First book 

in American history j973 E 

United States and its people J973I 

FiSKE, John. War of independence. 

J97.131 

Glascock, W. H. Storiesof Colum- 
bia j973( 

Goodrich, S. G. Pictorial history 

of the U. S j973< 

Griffis, W. E. Pathfinders of the 

revolution J973.3 < 

Romance of American coloniza- 
tion J973.2G 

GUERBER, H. A. Story of the thir- 
teen colonies j973.2< 

Hale, E. E. Storiesof discovery. J97.3.1. 

Stories of war J973.7 : 

Hall, T. W. Heroes of our revolu- 
tion J973.3 

Harris, J. C. Georgia, from the in- 
vasion of DeSoto to recent times. 

J975.8 

Higginson, T. W. History of the 

U. S ; j973 

Young folks' book of American ex- 
plorers J973.1 ] 

Young folks' history of the U.S.J973 fl 

Johnson, Henry. Exploits of My les 

Standish .'j973.2. 

Kaler, J. O. Boys of '98 J973.9 1 



tory of our war with Spain ..J972.91 B79 Loix;e, H. C. f/7uZ Roosevelt, Thbo- 



Story of the American sailor. . . j973 B79s 
True story of the United States of 

America j973 B79t 

BuTTERWORTH, Hezekiah. Pa- 
triot schoolmaster J973.3 BilHp 

Young folks' history of America. j973 Bt)8 



DORE. Hero tales from Ameri- 
can history j973 ] 

MclLWRAiTH, J. N. Canada j971 ) 

McMurry, Charles. Pioneer his- 
tory stories of the Mississippi 
valley j9733 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



147 



A.TTHEWS, Franklin. Our navy 
in time of war J973.7 M43 

ONTEiTH, James. Youths' history 
of the U. S j973 M76 

)BER, F. A. Young folks' history of 

Mexico. j972 Ob2 

QUACKENBOS, G. P. Elementary his- 
tory of the U. S j973 Q2 

Scott, D. B. School history of the 

U. S j973Sco2 

Snedden, G. S. Dorcas, the Indian 

boy of Santa Clara... . ..... . J970.1 Sn2 

Starr, Frederick. A-merican In- 
dians J970.1 St2 

Thatcher, B.R Indian biography. 

2v ; j9:0.2T32 

Indian traits. 2 v J970.1 T32 

Wright, H. C. Children's stories 

in American history j973 W93 

C'hildren's storiiBs of American 

progress j973 W93c 

BIOGRAPHY- COLLECTIVE. 

^ahxard, Charles. Tone masters. 

•^v j920 B25 

OL-roN, Jfr/f. Sarah (K.) Famous 

A merican authors j920 B63 

^^oqous American statesmen. ..j 920 B63f 
^^rnous English authors of the 

nineteenth century j920 B63fa 

^^rnous European artists j920 B63fe 

' ii'ls who became famous j920 B63g 

^Oor boys who became famous. j920 B63p 
*^OKS, E. S. Great men's sons. . j920 B79 

^i^Jtoric Americans j920 B79a 

historic boys -. . . . . j920 B79b 

historic girls j920 B79g 

•^Hton, a. H. Four American pa- 
triots j920 B95 

^Ldren's story book of great and 

good men j920 C43 

Coi>Y, Sherwin. Four American 

poets j920 CG5 

^LESTON, Edward. Stories of 
great Americans for little Amer- 
icans j920 Eg3 

Famous boys and how they became 

great men j920 F21 

Farmer, Jfr«. Lydia (H.) Boys' 

book of famous rulers j920F22b 

Girls' book of famous queens. . j920 F'22g 
^A, Jffwe. ECO&NIE. Boy artists . . j920 F^ 



Goodrich, S. G. Curiosities of hu- 
man nature .j920 G62c 

Famous men of ancient times. . j920 G62f 
Famous men of modern times . . j920 G62f a 

Lives of benefactors j920 G62 1 

Lives of celebrated women. .j920 G62 li 

Hunter, M. V, Stories of famous 

children J920H92 

Kaufman, Rosalie. Queens of 

Scotland. 2v j920 K16 

Keysor, J. E. Sketches of Ameri- 
can authors.. .2v j920 K52 

Kingsley, R. G. Children of West- 
minster abbey . « j920 K59 

Men who have risen j920 M52 

Mitchell, D. G. About old story- 
tellers j920 M69 

Parton, James. Captains of in- 
dustry. 2 V J920P25 

Plutarch. Livea. j9^ P74 

RiDEiNG, W. A. Boyhood of famous 

authors J920R43 

Women of worth j920 W84 

Wright, H. C. Children's stories 

of the great scientists j920 W93 

BIOGRAPHY— INDIVIDUAL. 

Alexander the Great. 
Abbott, Jacob. Alexander the 

Great jB Al 2 

Alfred the Great. 

Abbott, Jacob. Alfred the Great. jB Al 23 
Audubon. J. J. 

St. John, Mrs, Horace. Audubon. jB Au2 
Bainbridge, William. 
Barnes, James. Commodore Bain- 
bridge jB B16 

Boone, Daniel. 
Ellis, E. S. Life and times of Col. * 

Daniel Boone. jB BtHe 

Hill, G. C. Daniel Boone jB B(i4h 

Budgett, Samuel. 
Arthur, William. Successful mer- 
chant jB B927 

Burnett, Mrs. Frances (H.) 
Burnett, Mrs. Frances (H.) One I 

knew the best of all jB B93 

Caesar. 

Abbott, Jacob. Julius Ciesar jB Cll 

Carson, Christopher. 

Abbott, J. S. C. Christopher Car- 
son JBC23 



148 



JUNIOR DEPARTM ENT. 



Burdett, Charles. Life of Kit Car- 
son j B C23b 

Charles I, King of England. 
Abbott, Jacob. History of Charles 

I JBC38 

Charles II, King of England. 
Abbott, Jacob. History of Charles 

II iBC382 

Clark, William. 
Kingsley, N. P. Story of Captain 
Meriwether Lewis and Captain 

William Clark jB L58 

Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt. 

Abbott, Jacob. Cleopatra jB C59 

Columbus, Christopher. 
Brooks, E. S. True story of Chris- 
topher Columbus jB C72 

Cortez, Hernando. 
Abbott, J. S. C. History of Her- 
nando Cortez jB C81 

Crockett, David. Life jB C87 

Cyrus the Great. 
Abbott, Jacob. Cyrus the Great. .jBC99 

Darius the Great. 

Abbott, Jacob. Darius the Great . .jB D24 
DODGSON, C. L. 

Bowman, Isa. Story of Lewis 

Carroll jB D66 

Edison, T. A. 
Kenyon, E. C. Thomas Alva Edi- 
son jBEd4k 

Edwards, Matthew. 
Bulflnch, Thomas. Matthew Ed- 
wards, the boy inventor jB Ed9 

Elizabeth, Queen of England. 
Abbott. Jacob. History of Eliza- 
beth JBE14 

Farragut, D. G. 
Headley, P. C. Life and naval ca- 
reer of D. G. Farra^rut jB F24 

Franklin, Benjamin. 
Franklin, Benjamin. Autobiog- 
raphy JBF85 

Brooks, E S. True story of Ben- 
jamin Franklin jB F85br 

Butterworth, Hezekiah. True to 

his home jB F85b 

Grant, U. S. 

Headley, P. C. Hero boy jB G76h 

Knox, T. W. Boy's life of General 

Grant jB G76k 

Penniman, Major. Tanner boy . j B G76p 



Hancock, W. S. 

Denison, C. W. Winfield, the law- 
yer's son jB H19 

Hannibal. 

Abbott, Jacob. Life of Hannibal, 

the Carthaginian jB H195 

Henry IV, King of France. 

Abbott, J. S. C. History of Henry 
IV JBH39 

HORTENSE, Queen of Holland. 
Abbott, J. S. C. History of Hor- 

tense jB H78 

HuTTON, Laurence. 
Button, Laurence. (A) boy I knew 

and four dogs jB H9T 

Jackson, Qen. T. J. ("Stonewall.") 
Williamson, M. L. Life of Gen. 

Thomas J. Jackson jB J13w 

Lafayette. 

Marquis de. Life jBLl^ 

Brooks, E. S. True story of La- 
fayette jB L13D 

Butterworth, Hezekiah. Knight 

of liberty jB L13l>» 

Laroom, Lucy. 

Larcom, Lucy. New England girl- 

hood. . ; jB L3- 

Lee, R. E. 

Williamson, Mrs. M. L. Life of 

Gen. Robert K Lee jB L5l^ 

Lewis, Meriwether. 

Kingsley, N. F. Story of Captain 

Meriwether Lewis and Captain 

William Cark jB I^ 

Lincoln, Abraham. 

Baldwin, James. Story of Abra- 
ham Lincoln jB Lw 

Brooks, E. S. True story of Abra- 
ham Lincoln jB Lwo 

Cravens, Frances. Story of Lincoln 

for children. . . ., jB L63c 

Putnam, M. L. Children'a life of 
Abraham Lincoln jB L^P 

Thompson, D. D. Abraham Lin- 
coln, the first American jB W^ 

Magellan, Fernando. 

Towle, G. M. Fernando Magellan. JBM21 

Marie Antoinette, Queen of 

France. 

Abbott, G. M. History of Marie 

Antoinette jB M33 

Napoleon I. 

Foa, Mme. Eugenie. Boy life of 

Napoleon jB Nl(tf 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



149 



fin emperor, 

&cob. History of Nero. jB N35 

H. 

ames. Hero of Erie. . . . jB P42 

Great. 

S. H. History of Peter 
peat JBP44 

• William. 

rth, Hezekiah. Treasure 
jBPw 

King of Epiras. 

cob. History of Pyrrhus.jB P99 

King of England. 
acob. History of Rich- 

JBR38 

, King of England, 
acob. History of Rich- 

JBR382 

!me, J. M. (P). 

S. C. History of Mad- 

toland JBR64 

King of Rome. 

icob. History of Romu- 

jB RGB 

)N, George. 

. S. True story of George 

ington jB W27b 

«. A. M. American boy's 

Washingt n.. jB W27h 

I. E. Virginia cavalier. 

jB W27s 

HE Conqueror. 

.cob. History of William 

>nqueix)r jB W67 

E Great. 

*cob. History of Xerxes. . jB X2 

)R AND TITLE LIST. 

s. c. 

ome J17.3 Ab2 

3r Carson jB C2:i 

JBC81 

king of France and Na- 

JBH.3S 

queen of Holland jB H7(i 

Poland jB R64 

coa 

'the Great jB Al 2 

! Great jB Al 2:{ 

history. 7v j973 Ab2 

tie country jA 1.32 



Charles I jB C38 

Charles II ,jB C382 

Cleopatra jB 059 

Cyrus the Great jB C99 

Darius the Great jB D24 

Elizabeth jB E14 

Engineer j A 132e 

Englifch channel j914 Ab2 

Florence's return j914 Ab2f 

Force j531 Ab2 

Granville valley jA 132g 

Great elm jA 132gr 

Grimkie jA 132grl 

Handle .jA 132h 

Hannibal, the Carthaginian jB H195 

Harper establishment; or, How 

books are made j655 Ab2 

Heat j636 Ab2h 

Jonas on a farm in summer jA 132j 

Jonas on a farm in winter jA 132jo 

Jonas's stories .jA 132j8 

JuliuB Caesar jB Cll 

Learning about common things. j507 Ab2 
Light j536 Ab2 

Marco Paul at the Springfield ar- 
mory j917 Ab2 

Marco Paul in Boston j»17 Ab2c 

Marco Paul in New York j917 Ab2a 

Marco Paul in the forests of Maine. 

j917Ab2d 

Marco Paul in Vermont 3917 Ab2b 

Marco Paul on the Erie canal. . j917 Ab2e* 

Nero JBN35 

Orkney islands j914 Ab2o 

Pyrrhus, king of Epirus jB P99 

Rainbow's journey jA 132r 

Richard I jB R38 

Richard II 3BR382 

Rollo in Geneva j914 Ab2g 

Rollo in Holland : J914.92 Ab2 

Rollo in Naples J914.57 Ab2 

Rollo in Rome j914.5< Ab2 

Rollo 's experiments j508 Ab2 

Hollo's museum j508 Ab2r 

Rollo 's philosophy: air j551 Ab2 

Hollo's philosophy: fire 3536 Ab2f 

Hollo's philosophy: sky j551 Ab2s 

Rollo 's philofcophy: water j536 Ab2w 

Polio's travels j910 Ab2 

Romulus jB RG6 

Helling Lucky jA 132s 

Story of ancient history j930 Ab2 



150 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



Up the river .jA 132u 

Water and land j561 Ab2w 

William the Conqueror jB W67 

Xerxes the Great jB X2 

Abbott, Rosa. Tommy Hickup. ..jA 128 
ABOUT old story-tellers. Mitchell.iD20 M69 
Across the gulf. Vandervoort. .. . ; jV241 

Adams, H. C. Baldei'scourt j A213 

Adams, W. T. Hope and have j A219 

Adventures and conquests of Pis^ 

arro. Towle j910 T65 

Adventures by land and sea. 

Barnes jB 2615 

Adventures of a brownie. Craik . jC 887 

Adventures- of a freshman. Will- 
iams JW724 

Adventures of a young naturalist. 

Biart j500 B47 

Adventures of Jimmy Brown. Al- 

den JA359 

Adventures of Joel Pepper. Loth- 

rop ,..3L882j 

Adventures of Mabel. Peck . . .3398 P33 

Adventures of Odysseus. Marvin. 

J883M36 

Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Clem- 
ens jC 625a 

Adventures of Vasco Da Gama. 

Towle j9I0 T65v 

^SOP. Fables j888 Ae8 

After the moonshiners. Atkinson.] A 875 

Agnes of Braunsberg. Sadlier jS126 

Alcx)TT. L. M. Comic trag( dies. j812 Al 2 

Cupid and Chow-chow jA355 

Eight cousins j A35r)e 

Hospital sketches jA3or)h 

Jack and Jill j A3r)r)j 

Jimmy's cruise in the Pinafore. . jA.Jooji 

Jo's boys j ASiMJo 

Little men j A3o5 1 

Little women ]A^iM) li 

Lulu's library j A.V)') lu 

My boys j A:i55m 

My girls j A3r)r)niy 

Old fashioned girl j A3r>r)o 

Proverb stories j A3.V)p 

Shawl-straps jl>14 Al I 

Silver pitchers jA3r)r)s 

Spinning-wheel stories jA3r)osp 

Three proverb stories j A3r);'3t 

Under the lilacs jA3r)5u 

Work j A35r)w 



Alden, Mr8. Isabella (M.) Chris- 
tie's Christmas jA! 

Alden, W. L. 

Adventures of Jimmy Brown jA; 

Cruise of the canoe club jA3 

Moral pirates jA35 

Aldrich, T. B. Story of a bad boy ..j A3 
Alice's adventures in wonderland. 
Dodgson jD6 

Alice's visit to the Hawaiian is- 
lands. Krout J919.691 

Almost as good as a boy. Douglas... JD 
Allen, W. B. Cleared for action. ..jA 

Navy blue jA4 

Red mountain of Alaska j914.d8 J 

Allin, Abby. Home ballads...j811 A 

All's for the best. Arthur \A 

Alton, Edmund, pseud. Among 

the lawmakers i320 I 

American boy*s book of sports. 

Beard j790 

American boys' handy book. Beard. 

J790B 

American girl abroad. Trafton...j914 
American girls' handy-book. Beard. 

J790B 

American soldier in war and peace. 

Brooks j970 

Amicis, Edmondo de. Heart of a 

boy jA 

Among the birds. Samuels 3098 

Among the camps. Page jF 

Among the farmyard people. Pier- 
son j636 

Among the forest people. Pierson. 

p91.5 

Among the law-makers. Alton. ..j320 j 
Among the meadow people. Pierson. 

..J591.5P 

Among the moths and butterflies. 
Ballard j595 

Among the willows. Langille jL 

Anchored jA 

Andersen, n. C. Fairy tales. .j398 A 
Andrews, Jane. Seven little sis- 
ters ]A 

Stori(»!> Mother Nature told her 
children j504i 

Ten boys jAi 

Animal story book. Lang J591.5 

Anniversary speaker. Heston. .j808 
Another Uock of girls. Perry jP 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



151 



y 's book of tunes jA654 

(<f nights entertainments. 

ed 3398 Arl 

he world in eighty days. 

JV531 

r. S. Airs for the best. ..JA791 

f the household 3A791h 

1 unseen jA791s 

he wind j A791so 

William. Successful mer- 

JBB927 

lartin. Burdett JB951 

IS she could be. Wright. . jW951 

«rins. Clarke jC699 

ir and Acre. Henty JH527 

•urt. Henty jH527a 

;k of the north wind. Mac- 

i398M14 

r, G. W. After the moon- 

5 JA875 

Lrtha's corner cupboard. 

J630K63 

RAPHY of a tomboy. Gil- 

JG468 

he wilderness. Ballantyne.jB188 

Q, Zoe and for the fourth 

f asking jM678b 

Wonders of electricity .j537 B15 

. S. Boy*s book of inven- 

J608B17 

W. Cast up by the sea. .jB168 

es for my grandsons j910 B17 

X>URT. Adams 3A213 

, James. Old stories of the 

J220B19 

Abraham Lincoln jB Li63 

Siegfried 3293 B198 

the golden age 3883 B19 

YNE, R. M. Away in the 
•ness 3BI88 

the sun jB 188c 

and jB188co 

ike jB188s 

, J. P. Among the moths 
itterflies 3595 B21 

travels of Robert Merry, 
ich.. 3914 G62 

Vesuvius. Eddy 3914 Ed2b 

D, Mrs, Things by their 

names 3398 B23 

Y bush. Woolsey 3 W916 

, R. H. Half-back 3B239h 



Barnard, Charles. Tone masters. 

3v J920B26 

Barnes, James. Commodore Bain- 
bridge jB B16 

For king or country 3B261f 

Hero of Erie jB P42 

Midshipman Farragut 3B261m 

Princetonian 3B261p 

Yankee ships and Yankee sailors. jB261y 

Barnes, Josiah. Adventures by 

land and sea JB2615 

Barnum, p. T. Forest and jungle. j590 B26 
Barr, Mrs. A. E. Trinity bells. ...jB268t 
Baskett, J . N. Story of the lishes. j597 B29 
Bass, M. F. Animal life j590 B29 

Plant life j580 B29 

Battle of New York. Stoddard. . . jS869 

Battling for Atlanta. Dunn 3D923 

Baum, L. F. Father Goose 3B347 

Wonderful wizard of Oz j398 B32 

Bayliss, C. K. In brook and bayou. 

J593B34 

Baylor, F. C. Georgian bungalow. .jB358 

Juan and Juniata 3B358J 

Bear stories. Miller 3591.5 M65 

Beard, D. C. American boys* book 

of sport j790 B38b 

American boys* handy-book j790 B38 

Jack of all trades 3^3 B38 

Beard, Lina and Beard, A. B. 

American-girls' handy-book . . 3790 B38a 

Beautiful Joe. Saundfers jS257 

Bed-time stories. Moulton 3M927 

Bee people. Morley 3595.79 M82 

Being a boy. Warner jW279 

Bell, N. R. E. Forms of land and 

water j^OO B41 

Belle jM678b 

Ben Comee. Canavan 3C213 

Bennett, John. Master Skylark.. 3B471m 

Beric the Briton. Henty jH527be 

Bessie Bradford's prize. Mathews. . jM439 

Betty Leicester. Jewett 3J59 

Betty Leicester's Christmas. Jew- 
ett 3J59b 

Biart, Lucien. Adventures of a 

young naturalist j500 B47 

Bible sketches. Green 3220 G82 

Big brother. Eggleston ]E2,95 

Big brother. Johnston jJ72 

Big people and little people of other 

lands. Shaw 39IO Sh2 



152 



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Biography of a grizzly. Thompson. 

J599T37 

Birds j598 B53 

Birds' Christmas Carol. Riggs jR569 

Bishop's shadow. Thurston jT545 

Black, Alexander. Captain Ko- 
dak JB627 

Black, William. Four MacNic- 

ols JB6275 

Black beauty. Sewell jS516 

Black Tor. Fenn iF334 

Blaisdell, E. a. and Blaisdell, 

M. F. Child life in literature. . j808 B57 
Child life in many lands 38O8 B57c 

Blanchard, a. E. Girl of '76 jB639 

Miss Vanity jB639ra 

Blue balloon. Horseley jH818 

Blue poetry book. Lang j821 L25 

BODLEY family in town and country. 

Scudder jS436 

BODLEYS afoot. Scudder j917 Scu4 

BODLEYS on wheels. Scudder. . j917 Scu4o 
Bolton, Mrs. Sarah (K.) Famous 

American authors j920 B(>3 

Famous American statesmen. .j920 B63a 
Famous English authors of the 

nineteenth century j92() B63e 

Famous European artists j920 B63f 

Lives of girls who became famous. 

j920B63g 

Poor boys who became famous. j920 B63p 
Book of famous verse. Repplier. j811 R29 
Book of Knight and Barbara. Jordan. j,l 82 
Book of legends told over again. 

Scudder j:598.2 Scu4 

Book of verses for children. Lucas. j821 L,U) 
B(X)TH, Mrs. Maud (B.) Sleepy- 
time stories jB725 

"Boots and saddles." Custer. .ji>17.8 CiG 

Boston town. Scudder J917.44 Scu4 

Both sides the border. Henty. . . jH527bo 
BOTTONE, S. R. Electrical instru- 
ment making for amateurs.. jo.'n. 23 BGf) 
BouvET, Marguerite. Child of 

Tuscany jB782c 

Little house in Pimlico jB782 1 

Little Marjorie's love story jB782 li 

Pierrette jB782p 

Prince Tip-Top j398 B(m 

Sweet William jB782s 

Boy cruisers. Rathborne jR2:{4 

Boy emigrants. Brooks jB873r) 



Boy engineers. Lukin j621 LlH)b 

Boy I knew and four dogs. Button . . jB H97 

Boy life on the prairie. Garland jG233 

Boy of the first empire. Brooks jB8T3 

Boy officers of 1812. Tomlinson jT6r)9 ^ 

Boy settlers. Brooks jB8T35b 

Boy slaves. Reid JR357 

Boy soldiers of 1812. Tomlinson . . . jTtiuDb 

Boy tramps. Oxley j917.1 0x4 

*'BOY travellers*' series, ed. by 
Knox. 

Africa J916.7K77 

Europe : j914 K77n 

Great Britain J914.2 K77 

Japan and China j915 K77 

Mexico J917.2 K77 

Russian empire J914.7 K77 

Boy with an idea. Eiloart .jE3o 

Boyesen, H. H. Boyhood in Nor- 
way .' JB791 

Modern vikings jB79lm 

-Boyhood in Norway. Boyesen JB791 

toYS at Chequasset. Whitney j W«17 

Boys ' book of explorations. Jenks . j910 J42 
Boys' book of inventions. Baker. . j608 B17 
Boys' book of sports and outdoor life. 

Thompson Rj7fi6 T37 

Boys' Froissart. Froissart j940 Fl'2 

Boys of Fort Schuyler. Kaler jK14b 

Boys of Greenaway court. Butter- 
worth jBr88 

Boys of '98. Kaler J973.9 K14 

Boys of old Monmouth. Tomlinson. 

jT65i)bo 

Boys of Scrooby. Hall jH178 

Boys of '76. Ck)ffin j973.3C6.i 

Boys of '61. Coffin J973.78 C65 

Boys' own oook of indoor games and 

recreations. Hutchinson j7S0 H97 

Boys' town. Howells JH859 

Boys with Old Hickory. Tomlinson. 

jT659bw 

Boys' workshop j694 B71 

Brace, C. L. Short sermons to news- 
boys j2')2B72 

Bra( kett, a. C. and Eliot, I. M. 

I'oetry for home and school . J808.8 B72 

Bradford, S. H. Peter the Great. jB P44 

Brady, (;. T. Reuben James jB812 

l^RANCH, M. L. Kanter girls j398 B27 

Brassey, Annie (A.) Lftdy. Voy- 

I age in the ''Sunbeam." jOlO B"3 

I Breakfast for two. Mathews. .jM438br 



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153 



Bhemda, her school and her club. 

Reed jR324 

Brioa-brac stories. Harrison. . j398 H245 
Brooks, Dorothy. Stories of the 

red children iB872 

Brooks, E. S. American Indian.i970.1 B79 
A m erican soldier in war and peace. 

J970B79 

Boy of the first empire 3B873 

Century book for young Ameri- 
cans j353 B79 

Ce^ntury book of American colo- 

n ies J973.2 379 

Ce'iatury book of American revolu- 
tion J973.3B79 

C«?ntury book of famous Ameri- 
cans J973B79 

Ox-cat men's sons 392C B79 

Historic Americans j920 B79a 

Historic boys j920 B79b 

Historic girls j920 B79g 

Ici blue and while jB873i 

I"^ Leisler's times j973 B79i 

^1 lister of the strong hearts jB873m 

^^«i of the revolution jB873s 

Story of our war with Spain. . J972.91 B79 
Story of the American sailor. ..j973 B79s 
Story of the nineteenth century .j909 B79 
^ t*ue story of Abraham Lincoln .jB L63b 
^ ''lie 8tory of Benjamin Franklin. 

jBF85br 

^ ^tie story of Christopher Colum- 

bus JBC72 

*- ^ne story of George Washington. 

jB W27b 

^^Tie story of LaPayette jB L13b 

''^^ue story of the United States of 

America j973 B79t 

^tider the tamaracks jB873u 

^ith Lawton and Roberts jB873w 

^*nd ALDEN, John. Long walls. J913..38 B79 
°^<OoKS, Edward. Story of the 

Iliad j883 B873 

^^OOKS, Noah. Boy emigrants . . . j B873o 

Hoy settlers jB87:i5b 

How the republic is governed . j.342.73 B79 
^^UGHT to the front. Kellogg . . . . j K29b 
^HOWN, H. R Little Miss Phoebe 

Gay JB878 

fiBowN, John. Rab and his friends . JB8785 
^WNE, Prances. Granny 's won- 
derful diair j398 B81 



Brownies abroad. Cox jC877 

Brownies: their book. Cox jC877b 

Brownies through the union. Cox. jC877t 
Browning, H. E. GirPs wander- 
ings in Hungary J914.39 B82 

Bruno. Dewey jD519 

Buccaneers and pirates of our 

coasts. Stockton J910.4 St6 

Buckley, A. B. See Fisher, Mrs, 

A. B. (B.) 
Building the nation. Coffin . . . J973.7 C65 
BULFiNCH, Thomas. Matthew Ed- 
wards jBEd9 

BURDETT, Charles. Arthur Mar- 
tin JB951 

Burgess, Gelett. Lively city o' 

Ligg J398B91 

Burnett, Mrs, Prances (H.) Gio- 
vanni jB964g 

Little Lord F&untleroy jB964 1 

Little Saint Elizabeth jB964 li 

One I knew the best of all jB B93 

Piccino jB 964p 

Sara Crewe jB964s 

Two little pilgrims' progress jB964t 

Burroughs, John. Squirrels and 

other fur-bearers j590 B94 

Butterfly hunters. Conant j595 C74 

BUTTERWORTH, HEZEKIAH. Boys 

of Greenaway court jB988 

Knight of liberty jB L1.3bu 

Over the Andes j918 B98 

Patriot schoolmaster J973.3 B98p 

Treasure ship '. ..jB P55 

True to his home jB F85b 

Wampum belt jB988w 

Young folks' history of AmeY-ica . j973 B98 
Zigzag journeys around the world. 

J910B98 

Zigzag journeys in Acadia and New 

France J917.16 B98 

Zigzag journeys in Australia. .J919.3 B98 

Zigzag journeys in Europe j914 B98 

Zigzag journeys in northern lands. 

j914B98n 

Zigzag journevs in the antipodes. 

j9ir)B98 

Zigzag journeys in the British 

isles .' j914 B98z 

Zigzag journeys in the Levant.. j915 Bi>81 

Zigzag journeys in the Orient.. j915 Bl^ 

Zigzag journevs in the sunny south. 

j917 BUSs 



t 



154 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



Zigzag journeys in the white city. 

i917.3 B98 

By England 's aid. Henty jH527by 

By pike and dyke. Henty jH527byp 

By right of conquest. Henty . . . jH527byr 

By sea and shore. Stwin j500 St9 

By sheer pluck. Henty jH527by8 

Caleb in the country. Abbott jA132 

Calkins, F. W. Frontier sketches. jC155 

Hunting stories jC155h 

Indian tales jC155i 

Camp life in the wilderness. Farrar. 

J917F24 

Camp life in the woods. Gibson. j6.39. 5 G35 
Camping on the St. Lawrence. Tom- 

linson jT659c 

Canavan, M. J. Ben Comee jC213 

Captain Bailey's heir. Henty jH527c 

Captain January. Richards jR516 

Captain Kodak. Black jB627 

Captain Sam. Eggleston jE295c 

Captain's boat. Stoddard jS869ca 

'^Captains courageous." Kipling. .jK657 
Captains of industry. Parton. 2v. j920 P25 

Carey, R. N. My Lady Frivol jC275 

Carpenter, F. G. Asia j915 C22 

North America 3917.3 C22 

South America j918 C22 

Carroll, Lewis, p^etwZ. See Dodg- 

son, C. L. 
Carryl, C. E. Davy and the gob- 
lin J398C25 

Carter, A. A. Great rosy diamond. jC323 

Carter, C. F. Katooticut jC.3235 

Carved lions. Molesworth jM719c 

Gary, Aijce. Snow-berries jC.132 

Casella. Finley jFr)13 

Cast away in the cold. Hayes jH418 

Cast up by the sea. Baker jB168 

Cat of Bubastes. Uenty jH527ca 

Cat-tails and other tales. Howlis- 

ton J398H84 

Catalina. Meade jM481c 

Gather WOOD, Mrs. Mary(H.) Dog- 
berry bunch jC3<)3 

Heroes of the middle west J973.1 C28 

Rocky Fork jC36.3r 

Secrets at Roseladies jC303s 

Spanish Peggy jC3()38p 

Cats and dogs. Miller j63() M(3I 

Cecil's book of beasts. Peabody . . j5iM} P31 
Century book for young Americans. 

Brooks j353 H79 



Century book of American colonies. 

Brooks J973.2 BTO 

Century book of famous Americans. 

Brooks J973B79 

Century book of the American 

revolution. Brooks J973.3 B79 

Century world's fair book, Jenks. 

J917.3J41 

Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel 

DE. Don Quixote iC41}» 

Chamberlain, P. B. Rob Claxton's 

story JC443 

Champlin, J. D. jr. Young people's 
cyclopaedia of common things. Rj031 CT) 
Young people's cyclopaedia of per- 
sons and places Ri903 C35 

and BOSTWICK, A. E. Young folks' 
cyclopaedia of games and sports. 
RJ790C25 

Champney, Mrs. Ei^zabeth (W.) 

Witch Winnie jC4.53k 

Witch Winnie at Sbinnecock jC4a3s 

Witch Winnie at Versailles jC^'K^ve 

Witch Winnie in Holland jC453h 

Witch Winnie in Paris jC4;'»Sp 

Witch Winnie in Spain jC4o3sp 

Witch Winnie in Venice. jC453v 

Witch Winnie's mystery jC4.')3m 

Witch Winnie's studio jC5438t 

Chapin, a. a. Story of the Rhine- 
gold J398C36 

Chaplin, F. P. and Humphrey, F. 

A. Little folks of other lands. .J910C36 
Chapman, A. E. E very- day science. joOOC36 

Charm ; jCi'^i 

Charming Sally. Kaler jK14c 

Chase, Annie. Stories from bird- 
land J598C38 

Chasing the sun. Ballantyne 3BI88C 

Cheever, H. a. Little American 

girl in India J915.4C41 

Ted's little dear jColot 

Child at home. Abbott jHS Ab2 

Child life. Whittier. ed j811 W61 

C -HILD life in many lands. Blaisdell. 

3808 8)70 

Child of Tuscany. Bouvet iB782c 

CHiLD-pictures. Dickens JD548 

CHiLL>-rbymes. Riley j811 R45 

Child stories from the masters. Men- 

efee JM541 

ChildhcX)d of the world. Clodd. .5571 C362 



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155 



>r of colonial days. Moran.. jM829 
>y of the cold. Schwatka. 

j919.8Sch9 

^ with the birds. Maskell. 

J598M37 

^ with the fishes. Maskell. 

J597M37 

\''s hour. Longfellow ..j811 L86c 
^i\s picture-book of birds. j598 C43 
sr's stories in American his- 

Wright J973W93 

^'s stories in American lit- 
re. Wright J810.4 W93 

*«^'s stories in American pro- 
Wright j973 W93c 

^'s work for children. . ..j051 C43 
>ook of nature. Hooker . j500 H76 
:hrist-tales. Proudfoot..j232.9 P94 
rard en of V erse. Stevenson. 

j821St48 

history of England. Dick- 

J942D55 

primer of natural history. 

►rd JH544 

''EE boys. Morrison JM882 

EE boys at college. Morri- 

jM882c 

, W. P. Young minuteman . jC541 
le model maker. Stoddard. jS869c 

:'S Christmas. Alden jA358 

AS holidays at Cedar Grove. 

our JS521 

r 's post. Stoddard jS869chu 

A.J. Helmet and spear. j938C47w 
s from Greek life and story. 

J880C47 

life in the days of Cicero. 

J913.37C47 

from English history. 3v.j942C47 

from Homer j883 C47 

from the Greek tragedians. 

j883C47g 

from Virgil 38-/3 C47 

'the Iliad... j883 C47s 

3ird. Wright J598.2 W93 

' young Americans. Giffln. 

J342.73G36 

iE. Taylor jT241 

MOGEN. Will Shakspere's 

lad JC593 

R. S. Asbury twins jC599 

i daughter jC599do 



Flaxie Frizzle stories. 6v jC599f 

In old Quinnebassett jC599i 

Janet, a poor heiress jC599j 

Our Helen 3C699o 

Quinnebassett girls jC599q 

Classic stories for little ones. Mc- 

Murry j398 M22 

Cleared for action. Allen j A432 

Clemens, S. L. Adventures of 

Huckleberry Finn iC625 

Adventures of Tom Sawyer jC625a 

Prince and the pauper jC625p 

Tom Sawyer abroad jC625t 

Clinton. Simonds jS597 

Clocks of Rondaine. Stockton jS866 

Clodd, Edward. Childhood of the 

world j57l C62 

Cloud, V. W. Down Durley lane. j811 C53 
Coal and coal mines. Greene. ...j622 G83 
Cobb, J. F. Watchers on the long- 
ships ,jC653w 

Cody, Sherwin. Four American 

poets j920 C65 

Coffin, C. C. Boys of '76 i973.3 C65 

Boys of '61 ^j973.78 C65 

Building the nation i973.7 C65 

Drum-beat of the nation. J973.7 C65d 

Old times in the colonies J973.2 C65 

Redeeming the republic J973.7 C65r 

Story of liberty j940 C65 

Winning his way jC675w 

Comfort, E. M. Little heroine of 

Poverty flat JC732 

Comfort. L. R. Fol ks and (ai ries . j398 C73 

Comic tragedies Alcott j812 A12 

Commodore Bainbridge. Barnes.. jB B16 
CONANT, H. S. Butterfly hunters. j5y5C74 

Conrad the squirrel. Noel JN765 

Cook, A. S. Story of Ulysses for 

boys and girls j883 C77 

Cooper, J. F. Deerslayer. [Leather- 

sUK-king talea.) 3C777 v.l 

Last of the Mohicans. {Leaihei'- 

M(H.'kiny tales. ) JC777 v.2 

Pathfinder. (Leatheratockinif tales.) 

JC777 V.3 

Pioneer. [Leatherntocking f/iic.».)jC777 v. 4 
Prairie. {Leatheratoikiny tale.'i.) .iClll v.5 

Copper princess. Munroe jMl)68c 

Coral island. Ballantyne jB188co 

Cornet of horse. Henty jH527co 

Corporal 'Lige's recruit. Kaler. . jK14co 



156 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



COTES, ifr&EvERHARD. SeeDuncan. 
Couch, a. T. Quiller- Historical 

tales from Shakspere J822.33 C83 

Splendid spur jC853s 

CouES, Elliott, jt. author. See 
Wright. 

Counterpane-fairy. Pyle j.398 P995 

Countries and places in Bible his- 
tory. Kennedy j915 K38 

Country life jC^55 

Court of King Arthur. Frost. . . . j398 F92 
Courteous knight. Edwardson.j3»8 E26 

Cousin May. Taylor jT241c 

COWDRY, M. F. Moral lessons. . . jl70 C83 
Cox, Palmer. Brownies abroad.. . . jC877 

Brownies: their book jC877b 

Brownies through the union jC877t 

Craik, Mrs, D. M. (M.) Adven- 
tures of a brownie jC887 

Fairy book. j3l)8 C84 

Is it true? jC887i 

Little lame prince jC^7 1 

Little Sunshine's holiday 3C887 li 

Cravens, Frances. Story of Lin- 
coln for children jB L63c 

Crockett, S. U. Sweetheart trav- 
ellers JC9.388 

Cross, Mrn. M. A. (E.) L. See Eliot, 
George, pseud. 

Cross pitch. Woolsey j W916C 

Crowded out o' Crofield. Stoddard. jS869cr 
Cruise of the canoe club. Alden. .j A359c 
Cruise of the Pretty Polly. RuiJsell . jR908 
Cruise with Paul .Joae^. Kaler. .. jKUcr 

CUDJO'S cave. Trowbridge jT8()3c 

Cumnock, R. M. School speaker. j808. 5 CUl 

CUPlD and ( :how-cho w. Aleott j A355 

Curiosities of human nature. Good- 
rich j920 G62c 

Custer, 3fr«. Elizabeth (B.) "Boots 

and saddles." j917.8 cm 

Daddy .Jake, the runaway. Harris. j398 H24 

Dagnall, j. M. Daisy Swain jD12() 

Daisy Swain. Dagnall jD126 

Dana, R. H. Two years before the 

mast j!)10 D19 

Dana, Mrs W. S. See Parsonn, Mrs. 

F. T. 
Darwin, Charles. What Mr. Dar- 
win saw in his voyage round the 

world ]">()() D2r) 

Dash for Khartoum. Henty jH527d 



Daskam, j. D. Sister's vocation. .3D22r^^* 
Daughter of two nations. McClel- 
land JM12H— wia 

Davenport, H. E. Rovings on laud 

and sea jD2#- T 

Davis, A. C. Stories of the United 

States JD2HI 

Davis, R. H. Stories for boys jD263s 

Davy and the goblin. Carry 1 j398 d!5 

Day in ancient Rome. Shumway. 

j914.5() Sh9 

Days at Leigbscombe jD275 

Decatur and Somers. Sea well jS442d 

Deerslayer. Cooper jC777 v. 1 

Defoe, Daniel. Robinson Crusoe..jD314 
Del AND, E. D. In the old Her rick 

house jD33Ti 

Katrina jD33Tk 

Malvern jD3.37m 

Oakleigh jD33To 

Successful venture JD3378 

De Lanoye, Ferdinand. Sublime 
in nature j551 D37 

Deming, E. W. and Demino, T. O. 

Indian child life J970.1 D39 

Denison, C. W. Winfield, the law- 
yer's son jB H19 

De Segur, Mme, See Segur, Mme. de. 

De Soto and his men in the land of 

Florida jK53 

Dewey, B. S. Bruno. jD519 

Diaz, A. M. Grimalkum and Pus- 

syanita iD.>42 

King Brond6 j398 m 

William Henry and his friends... jD642w 

Dick Boldhero. Goodrich jG655d 

Dickens, Charles. Child-pictures.. jD548 

Child's history of England j942 1)55 

DiOMED. Wise JW812 

Dispatch boat of the Whistle. 

Stoddard jS8fiM 

Dix, B. M. Hugh Gwyeth jDUlS 

Soldier Rigdale JD8198 

Do(;tor Birch and his young friends. 

Thackeray jT383 

I )octor Vs daughter. Clarke jC59Mo 

DoDCiE, Mrs, Mary (M.) Donald 

and Dorothy jD645 

Hans Brinker jDWoh 

Land of pluck JD6451 

DoixJSON, C. L. (Lewis CarroUJ 

Alice ^s adventures in wonderland. JD6455 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



157 



*^^rough the looking-glass jD6465t 

^^>^^ of Flanders. LaRam^ jL318d 

^^^BERRY bunch. Catherwood....jC363 

^^^S. Ingersoll j636 In4 

^^^S: how to rear and manage them. 

j636.7Do7 

^^'S mission. Stowe jS892d 

^LE, N. H. Young folks' history 

of Russia jMT D68 

^NALDand Dorothy. Dodge jD645 

I^ORCAS, the Indian boy of Santa 

Clara. Snedden j970. 1 Sn2 

Doris and her dog Rodney. Wessel- 

hoeft jWd15 

Dorothy and her friends. Kirk jK59 

Double story. Macdonald j398 M14d 

Douglas, A. M. Almost as good as 

a boy JD733 

Douglas, Marian. Picture poems 

for young folks j811 D74 

Down Durley lane. Cloud j811 C53 

Down the bay. Stanley j910 St2 

Ddzen from Lakerim. Hughes jH894 

Drake, F. S. Indian history for 

young folks j970.1 D78 

Drake. Towle j910T65d 

Draper, A. S. Rescue of Cuba. J072.91 D79 

Dream children. Scudder jS436d 

Dream fox story book. Wright . . j398 W93 
Dresbach, a. C. Young people's 

history of Illinois j977.3 D81 

Dromgoole, W. a. Farrier's dog 

and his fellow jD786 

Fortunes of the fellow: sequel to the 

Farrier's dog and his fellow.. jD786f 
Drum-beat of the nation. Coffin. 

j973.7Ca5d 

Drummond, Henry. Monkey that 

would not kill jD795 

Drysdale, William. Fast mail. . jD811f 

Treasury club J353.2 D84 

Young reporter jD8Ily 

Du Chaillu, Paul. Land of the 

long night J919.8 DSo 1 

Lost in the jungle J916.7 Da") 1 

My Apingi kingdom J916.7 D85m 

Stories of the gorilla country jD812s 

World of the great forest . . . jo91.5 D8.5w 

Duncan, S. J. Story of Sonny Sa- 
hib !....jD912s 

Dunn, B. A. Battling for Atlanta.. jD923 

Dunn, M. B. Sleeping beauty jD924 



Dwellers in Fve- sisters court. 

Scudder jS436dw 

Dyson, Mrs. Stories of the trees . j582 D99 

Eastwood, Frances. Geoffrey the 

Lollard jE13 

Eddy,D. C. Alps and the Rhine. j914. 94 Ed2 

Baltic to Vesuvius j914 Ed2b 

Paris to Amsterdam j914 £>12p 

Through Scotland and England . j914 Ed28 

Walter in Athens j914.a5 Ed2 

Walter in Constantinople. . . .J914.96 Ed2 

Walter in Egypt j916 Ed2 

Walter in Jerusalem j915.69Ed2j 

Walter in Samaria j915,6 Ed2 

Edgar, .L G. Great men and gallant 

deeds j904 Ed3 

Ednah and her brothers. White. .jW583 
Edwardson, E, (:k>urteou8 knight 

and other tales j398 E26 

Egan, M. F. Jack Chumleigh at 

boarding-school jE28 

Eggleston, Edward. First book 

in American* history j973 Eg3f 

Stories of great Americans for 

little Americans j920 Eg3 

United States and its people j973 Eg3 

Eggleston, G. C. Big brother jE295 

Captain Sam jE296c 

Last of the flatboats jE295 1 

Signal boys jE295s 

Eight cousins. Alcott jA355e 

ElLOART, Mrs. E, Boy with an idea..jE35 
Eliot, George, (Mrs. M. A; (E.) L. 

Cross.) Silas Marner jE^2s 

Ella. Simonds jS597e 

Ellis, E. S. Life and times of Col. 

Daniel Boone jB B64e 

Enchanting and enchanted. Hack- 
Hinder j398 Hll 

Engineer. Abbott j A132e 

English Bodley family. Scudder. j 910 Scu4 
English channel. Abbott j914 Ab2 

Enterprise, industry and art. Good- 
rich J600G62 

Eric, prince of Lorlonia. .Tersey. j398 J48 
Ewing, j. H. Flat-iron for a far- 
thing jEa5 

Jan of the windmill jE953 

Six to sixteen JE958 

We and the world jE9r)w 

Examples of goodness jE9() 

P:xploits of MylesStandish. John- 
son J973.2 J62 



158 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



Fables. JEsop j888 Ae8 ! Flaxie Frizzle stories. 6v. Clarke..jC599f 



I 



Fablrs and folk stories. Scudder. j398 Scu4 

Fairy Ixjok. Craik j398 C84 

Fairy tales. Andersen j398 An2f 

Fairy tales. Grimm j398 G88f 

Fairy tales from the French. Segur. 

j398Se3 

Fairyland of science. Fisher. .. j504 F53 

P'all of Sebastopol. Henty jH527fa 

Family of the sun. Holden j523 H71 

Fanciful tales. Stockton j398 St6 

Farmkr, Mrs. Lydia (H.) Boys' 

book of famous rulers 3920 F22b 

Girls* book of famous queens. . j920 F22g 
Short history of the French revolu- 
tion J944.04F22 

Farming for boys. Morris j630 M83 

Farrar, C. A. J. Camp life in the 

wilderness j917 F24 

FARRiKR'sdogand his fellow. Drom- 

goole JD786 

Farrington, M. V. Tales of King 

Arthur j398 F24 

Fast mail. Drysdale jD811f 

Father Goose. Baura jB347 

Fenn, G. M. Black Tor jF334 

Field, C. L. Nannie's happy child- 
hood \ JF453 

Field, Eugene. Love songs of 

childhood j811 F45 1 

Fighting the Saracens. Henty . . . jH527ti 

FiNLEY, M. F. Caselia jF513 

Fireside philosophy j500 F5I 

First book in American history. Eg- 

gleston j973Eg.3f 

First book of birds. Miller 3598 MOl 

First book of botany. Youmans. . j'>81 Y8 

First cruiser out. Stoddard 3S869f 

Fisher, Mrs. A. B. (B.) Fairyland 

of science 3504 F53 

FiSKE, John. War of independence. 

3973.3 FMw 

Five little peppers and how they 

grew. Lothrop jL882 

Five little peppers grown up. Lo- 
throp 3L882f 

Le peppers midway. Lo- 

.' 3L882fi 

fin a balloon. Verne. . .3V531f 

Warner 3W284f 

ffeather. Munroe j M96Hf 

W a farthing. Ewing j E95 




Fletcher, J. S. When Charles the 

first was king jF613w 

Flock of girls and boys. Perry jP4G4f 

Florence's return. Abbott j914 Ab2f 

Flower of the wilderness. Plymp- 

ton iP738 

Flower people. Mann joSOMSl 

Fo A, Mnie. Eugenie. Boy artists . 3920 F68 

Boy life of Napoleon jB N16f 

Folk story and verse. (Lakeside lit- 

eraiure series, ) J808.5 L14 

Folks and fairies. Comfort j398 C73 

Foote, Mrs. Mary (H). Little fig- 
tree stories jF688 

For cross and crescent. Stables jS775 

For king or country. Barnes jBSSl^ 

Force. Abbott j531 Ab2 

Forest and jungle. Barnum 3590 B26 

Forest exiles. Reid jR357fo 

Forest glen. Kellogg jK'^^o 

Forms of land and water. Bell. .jSOO B^^ 

Fortune's boats. Krause jK^^^ 

Fortunes of the fellow: se^/uel to the 
Farrier's dog and his fellow. 
Dromgoole jD'i^^ 

Fortunes of Toby Traflford. Trow- 
bridge jT803i'o 

Poster, Charles. Story of the 

Bible 3220 F^^ 

FOSTER, Mrs. T. T. Those boys. ...jF^^^ 
Foulke, E. E. Twilight stories. . . .3^*^^^ ' 
Four American patriots. .Burton.3920 ^^] 

Four American poeu-. Cody 3920 C^ 

Four MacNicols. Black ]BS'^'*^ 

Four-footed Americans and their 

kin. Wright ..3599 W^^ 

Four-handed folk. Miller j599 >^^'^ 

FOXHOLME Hall. Kingston jlC^^ 

Franklin, Benjamin. Autobiog- 
raphy jB t^^ 

Frank's ranche. Marston jM^*^ ^ 

Fraser, W. a. Mooswa 359L5 *"^ 

Frere, M. Old Deccan days j398 :0"^^ 

Friends though divided. Henty . jH25'3' ^' 

Fritz Hazel. Sargent jS^-^^ 

Froissart, Sir John. Boys' Frois- 

sart J940.4 

FROM school to battle-field. King. ..jlC-^^ 

Frontier sketches. Calkins jC^'^^ 

Frost, W. H. Court of King Ar- 
thur 3398 



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159 



'ITGITIVE. Spears jS741 

*tJR-SEAL'S tooth. Munroe jM968fu 

r A.RDEN behind the moon. Pyle. . j398 P99 
r.A.RLAND, Hamlin. Boy life on the 

prairie JG233 

T ASPARIN, Countess de. Vesper jG249 

Jeikie, Archibald. Elementary 

physical geography j551 G27 

Oeology j550 G27 

F'hysical geography j551 G27p 

rEiOFFREY the Lollard. Eastwood . . . jE13 

rBiORGi A. Harris J975.8 H24 

rEORGiAN bungalow. Baylor jB358 

ri ANT raft. Verne j V531g 

> I BERNE, Agnes. World's founda- 
tions j550 G35 

:>ibson, W. H. Camp life in the 

woods J639.5 G35 

OiD Granger. Stoddard jS869g 

Gi^fin, W. M. Civics for young 

Americans J342.73 G36 

G^XLDER, .1. G. Autobiography of a 

tomboy JG468 

^^J-LiAT, E. In Lincoln green jG481 

^^LLY flower JM678 

'^i-Man, Bradley. Kingdom of 

coins j398 G42 

^^Ov anni. Burnett jB964g 

f ^HL of '76. Blanch«rd j B639 

•^^^L's wanderings in Hungary. 

Browning. J914.39 B82 

'^X-s who became famous. Bolton. 

j920B63g 

'^A.5icocK, W. H. Stories of Colum- 
bia J973G46 

J^BUNS. Grimm j398 G88g 

*^LiDEN talisman. Whitmarsh jW615 

''^Mme, G. L. Princess's story book. 

J942G63 

^^^X)D morals and gentle manners. 

Gow J170G74 

^OOD old times. Kellogg jK29g 

^^DRICH, S. G. Balloon travels of 

Robert Merry j914 G62 

Curiosities of human nature. . .j920 G()2c 

DickBoldbero jG655d 

Enterprise, industry and art of 

man J600G62 

Famous men of ancient times.. .j920 G62f 

Famous men of modern times . . j920 G62fa 

Glance at philosophy jlOO G62 

Glance at physical sciences jr)00 G()2 

Home in the sea jG65r)h 



Literature, ancient and modern. j809 G62 

Lives of benefactors j920 G62 1 

Lives of celebrated women. . .j920 G62 11 

Make the best of it jG655m 

Persevere and prosper jG655p 

Right is might jG655r 

Take care of number one jG655t 

Tales of the revolution 3G655to 

Tales of the sea and land jG6o5ta 

Truth-finder jG655tr 

What to do and how to do it jG655w 

Wit bought jG65owi 

Wonders of geology j550 G62w 

World and its inhabitants j900 G62 

Gordon, H. R. Pontiac jG663 

GOULDINQ, F. R. Sal-o-quah jG735s 

Sapelo jG736sa 

Gow, A. M. Good morals and gen- 
tle manners jl70 G74 

Grandfather's chair. Hawthorne. jH399 
Granny's wonderful chair. Browne. 

J398B81 

Grant, Robert. Jack Hall jG763 

Granville valley. Abbott jA132g 

Gray, Asa. How plants behave. j581 G79 

How plants grow j580 G79 

Gray, Elisha. Nature's miracles. 

2v jr)04G79 

Gray heads on green shoulders. Zim- 

mermann jZ6 

Great American industries. Roche- 

leau jB22 R58 

Great elm. Abbott jA132gr 

Great men and gallant deeds. Ed- 
gar j904Ed3 

Great rosy diamond. Carter jC323 

Great words from great Americans. 

J342.73G79 

Green, S. G. Bible sketches. . . . j220 G82 

Green fairy book. Lang j398 L25g 

Greene, Homer. Coal and coal 

mines j622 G83 

Greyling towers. Molesworth. . .jM719g 
Griffis, W. E. Japanese fairy 

world J.398G8 

Pathfinders of the revolution. . . J973.3 08*2 
Romance of American coloniza- 
tion j973.2G87r 

GRiMALKUMand Pussyanita. Diaz.jD542k 

Grimkie. Abbott jA132gri 

Grimm, J. L. and Grimm, W. K. 

Fairy tales j398 G88f 



160 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



Goblins j398 G88gr 

Grinnell, G. B. Jack among^ the 

Indians '. jG866 

Grove, tent and altar. Headley.j220 H34g 
Guarding the border. Toralin8on.jT659g 
GUERBER, H, A. Story of the chosen 

people j»33 G93 

Story of the English , j942 G93 

Story of the Greeks j938 G93 

Story of the Romans j937 G93 

Story of the thirteen colonies. j973. 2 G93 

Guernsey Lily. Woolsey jW916g 

Gulliver's travels. Swift jS977 

GUSTAVE. Taylor jT241g 

H. H. pseud. See Jackson, Mrs, H. 
M. (F.) H. 

Habberton, John. Helen's babies. jH113 
Hadley, Caroline. Stories of old: 

New Testament j225 Hll 

Stories of old: Old Testament. ..j220 Hll 
Stories of the apostles j225 HUs 

Hale, E. E. Man without a coun- 
try jH168m 

Stories of discovery J973.1 H13 

Stories of war , J973.7 H13 

and Hale, Susan. Family flight 

through Egypt j916 H13 

Family flight through France, Ger- 
many, etc j914 H13 

Hale, L. P. Last of the Peterkins. jH162 1 

Peterkin papers JH162 

Hale, Susan j7.««f/j/>r. <S'eeHale,E.E. 

Half-back. Barbour jB239h 

Half hours in Bible lands. Head- 
ley. 6 v.... j220H.'J4 

Hall, Ruth. Boys of Scrooby jH178 

Hall, Mrs. S. C. Private pui»se. ...jH179 
Hall, T. W. Heroes of our revolu- 
tion J973.3H14 

Hamblen, H. E. We win jH199 

Hamerton, p. G. Harry Blount. ..jH2ir) 
Hamilton, K. W. Kinkaid venture. jH218k 

Old portmanteau jH218o 

We three jH218w 

Wood, hay and stubble jH218wo 

Hamlin, M. S. Nan in the city. .jH22;Jna ■ 

Nan's Chicopee children jH223uc 

Handie. Abbott jA132h 

Hans Brinker. Dodge jD64r>h 

Harley, a. J. Young Crusoe jn2H5 

Harper establishment. Abbott. . jOOf) Ab2 



Harr ADEN, Beatrice. Things will 

take a turn J H296 

Harrington, J. W. Jumping kan- 
garoo and the apple butter cat . 3398 H23 
Harris, J. C. Daddy Jake, the run- 
away J398H24 

Georgia :...'... . J975.8 H24 

Little Mr. Thimblefinger j398 H24 1 

Mr. Rabbit at home j398 H24m 

Plantation pageants jH314p 

Story of Aaron j398 H-248 

Harris, Mrs, M. C. Marguerite's 

journal jH24m 

Harrison, Mrs. Constance (C.) 

Bric-a-brac stories j398 H24o 

Harrison, Elizabeth. In story- 
land j398 H246 

Harry Blount. Hamerton jH2ir) 

Hawks, F. L. Lost Greenland. 3919.8 H31 
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Grand- 
father's chair JH399 

Tanglewood tales : j398 H31t 

Wonder-book jH3}i9w 

Hayes, 1. 1. Cast away in the cold.jH41^ 
Headley, p. C. Half hours in Bible 

lands: friends of Jesus j220 H34 

Half hours in Bible lands: Grove, 

tent and altar j220 H34^ 

Hero boy jB GT6h 

Jesus the Redeemer j220 H34j 

Life and naval career of D. G. Far- 

ragut JBF24 

Patriarchs, kings and kingdoms. 

j220H34p 

Prophets, apostles and magicians. 

j220H34pr 

Spies, traitors and assassins. . . j220 H34s 

Heart of a boy. Amicis jAoK) 

Heat. Abbott j536 Ab2b 

Held fast (or England. Henty....jHo21b 

Helen's babies. Habberton .jH113 

Helm, N. L. Story of old j220 U? 

Helmet and spear. Church j938 C47w 

Helps over hard places. Peebles.. jP373 
Henderson, W. J. Sea yams for 

boys iH497 

Henley, W. E. Lyra heroica. . . j821 H38 
Henry, Mrs. S. M. L Pledge and 

the cross jH524 

Hextv,G. a. At Aboukir and Acre.. JH527 

At A^incourt jH521a 

Beric the Briton jH527be 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



161 . 



?8 the border jH527bo 

ind'said jHr)27by 

ind dike jH527byp 

of conquest jH527byr 

■ pluck jH527by8 

Bailey's heir jH527c 

jbastes jH527ca 

f iiorse jH527co 

Khartoum jH527d 

ebastopol jH527fa 

the Saracens jH527ti 

hough divided jHr)27fr 

L for England. jH527h 

m-s cause jHr)27i 

: waters jH527ig 

?art of the Rockies jHo27in 

ign of terror jH527ir 

exile JH527J 

►f the \Nhite ci'oss jH527k 

he north JH5271 

1 London jHr)27raa 

nder jH.527n 

rrawaddy jH.027o 

ie28th jH527on 

ind green jH527or 

ommis.sion jH527ro 

lolomew^s eve jH527s 

?e for England jH527sg 

the fray jHr)27tf 

the Sikh, war jH527ts 

Mysore jH527ti 

rake's flag jHr)27u 

Wellington's command. .jHr)27un 

mdon burned jH527wh 

ve in India jH527w 

3hrane the dauntless. ..jH527wc 

?derick the great jH527wf 

ore at Corunna jn527wm 

)lfe in C anada jH527wi 

he sword jH527wo 

Saxon jH527wu 

)lonists jHo27y 

Oliver. Child's primer 

ral history jHr)44 

5 from American hi^^tory. 

j973L«2 

S. Stories from the east. 

j888H43s 

he Persian war j88S Ur.i 

Kingsley yM^H K(>1 

our revolution. nall.ji)7:\3 H14 
the household. Arthur. jA71»lh 



Heroes of the middle west. Cather- 

wood J973.1 C28 

Herrick, S. B. Chapters on plant 

life i580H43 

Heston, Newton. Anniversary 

speaker jSOS H46 

Hiawatha primer. Holbrook . . j811 H69 
HiGGiNSON, T. W. History of the 

United States j973 H53 

Young folks' book of American ex- 
plorers J973.1 H53 

Young folks' history of the United 

States j973 H53y 

Hildegarde'S holiday. Richards. jR516h 
HiLDEGARDE's home. Richards.. jR516hi 
Hildegarde's neighbors. Rich- 
ards jR516hn 

Hill, G. C. Daniel Boone jB B64h 

His little royal highness. Ide jl 19h 

His own master. Trowbridge jT863hi 

Historical tales. Couch J822.33 083 

History of a mouthful of bread. 

Mace i612 M15 

Holbrook, Florence. Hiawatha 

primer j811 H69 

'Round the year in myth and song. 

J808H69 

HOLDEN, E. S. Earth and sky. . .j520 H71 

Family of the sun .j523 H71 

Home ballads. Allin 1811 Al 58 

Home geography and the earth as a 

whole. Tarr and McMurry. . J910.7 T17 

Home in the sea. Goodrich jG655h 

Homer. Lamb's adventures of Ulys- 
ses .J883H751 

Hooker, Worthington. Child's 

book of nature j500 H76 

Hope and have. Adams jA219 

Hope Benham. Perry jP4($4h 

HORSLEY, Reginald. Blue balloon. jH818 

Hospital sketches. Alcott j A355h 

House that grew. Molesworth. ..jM719h 
How Dick and Molly went round 

the world. Legh j910 L52 

How plants behave j581 G79 

How plants grow. Gray j580 G79 

How the republic is governed. 

Brooks j:«2.73 B79 

How Tommy saved the barn. Kaler. jK14h 

Howard. B. W. No heroes jH848 

Howard, .John. Scripture history 

for the young j220 H83 



162 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



Ho WELLS, W. D. Boy's town jH859 

Story book ! . . .* jH859s 

HowiTT, Mary. Lillislea jH863 

HOWLISTON, M. H. Cat-tails and 

other tales j3ft8 H84 

Huckleberry Finn. Clemens jC625 

Hugh Gwyeth, a roundhead cava- 
lier. Dix JD619 

HuGHESjRuPERT. Dozen from Lake- 
rim JH894 

Lakerim athletic club jH894 1 

Hughes, Thomas. Tom Brown's 

school-days jH8945t 

Humphrey, Mrs, F. A. When I was 

a little girl jH926 

Hunt, Mrs. M. H. Physiology and 

health j612 H91 

Hunter cats of Connorloa. Jackson, j J 12 

Hunting stories. Ca>kins jC155h 

Husted, Mrs, M. H. Stories of In- 
dian chieftains JH972 

Stories of Indian children JH9728 

Hutchinson, G. A. Boy 's own book 

of indoor games j790 H97 

Button, Laurence. (A) boy I knew 

and four dogs jB H97 

Hyde, Mrs, A. M. American boy's 

life of Washington jB W27h 

ICKERY Ann. Peattie jP3(J3 

IDE, Mrs, C. W. His little royal 

highness jl 19h 

Little homespun jl 19 1 

Illinois and the nation. Trow- 
bridge j353 T75 

In blue and white. Brooks jB 873i 

In brook and Imyou. Bayliss j5l3 B34 

In chimney corners. MacManus.j3J)8 M225 

In colonial times. Wilkins jWOS") 

In freedom's cause. Henty jHr)27i 

In Greek waiei*s. Henty jl:l.">27ig 

In Leisler's timc'i>. Bn oks j973 B79i i 

In Lincoln green. Gillial jG4Hl 

In old Quinnebassett. Clarke j('r)9i)i 

In story-land. Harrison j398 H24() 

In the days of Alfred, the great. Tup- 
pan ji>42Tlt) 

In the hands of the redcoats. Toni- 

linson jT().V.U 

In the heart of the rookies. Henty .j H')27 in 

In the high valley. Woolsey jWDHii 

In the lion's mouth. Price jPi>45i 

In the mountiiins. Stwin j5lK) St9i 



In the old Herrick house. Deland. .jD337i 

In the reign of terror. Henty jH527ir 

In the wilds or Af ri9a. Kingston . . j916 K()l 
Indian biography. Thatcher. 2v.j970.2T32 
Indian child-life. Deming .... j970. 1 1)39 
Indian children, stories of. Husted. 

jH9T2s 

Indian history for young folks. 

Drake J970.1 DT8 

Indian tales. Calkins jCl5.)i 

Indian traits. Thatcher. . 2v.. j970. 1 T32 

Indians. Brooks j970.1 B79 

Indians. Starr J970.1 St2 

INQELOW, Jean. Mopsa the fairy. 

j398In4 

Sister's bye-hours ]\^ 

Stories told to a child jl -Ws 

INGERSOLL, ERNEST. Book of the 

ocean j551.4 In4 1 

Dogs jG3() Id4 

Iron star. True jT8tvS 

Is it true? Craik jC^"*^ 

Jack among the Indians. Grinnell. .j^^^^**^ 

Jack and Jill. Alcott j A35f^ 2 

Jack Ballister's fortunes. Pyle jPyiXS== 

Jack Chumleigh at boarding-school. 

Egan jF25:^ 

Jack Hall. Grant jG7l^— • 

Jack of all trades. Beard j603 B3&-^ 

Jackson, Mrs, H. M. (F.)H. (H. H.) 

Hunter cats of Connorloa jJL- 

Letters from a cat jJ12 

Nelly's silver mine jjli- ^ 

Jacohite exile. Henty jHo2^^ 

Jamison, Mrs, C. V. Lady Jane jJ^^ 

Seraph jJ3l.^ 

Toinette's Philip jJ3s^ 

Jan of the windmill. Ewing jEite^^J 

Janet, a poor heiress. Clarke jC59*-^ 

Japanese fairy world. Griflis . . . j398 GK7 
Jenks, Tudor. Boys' book of ex- 
plorations j9l0 J^^ 

Century world's fair book j917.3 J*^- 

Jerry. Simonds jS597j 

Jerky's family. Kaler jK14je 

Jersey, Countess of, Eric, prince of 

Lorlonia j398 J48 

Jersey boy in the revolution. Tom- 

linson jT659i 

Jessie. Simonds jS597je 

jEsrs the Redeemer. Headley. . j220 H34i 
J p:\vett, S. O. Hetty Leicester jJoii 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



163 



Leicester's Christmas jJ59b 

; cruise in the pinafore. Al- 

j A365ji 

book. Wells jW45.3j 

Arc. Monvel jM815 

V, Henry. Exploits of Myles 

dish J973.2J62 

^y, W. H. World's discover- 

J910J63 

:)N, A. F. Big brother jJ72 

colonel jJ72 1 

immy's torment jJ72o 

ttle knights of Kentucky jJ72t 

3T, James. Cats and dogs. j590J66c 

s in feathers and fur j590 J6Cf 

t>ors with claws and hoofs. j590 J66n 
3ors with wings and fins. j590 J66w 
curious flyers, creepers and 

immers j590 J66s 

ood summer. Smith jS655g 

)ver. Trowbridge jT863j 

n a farm in summer. Ab- 

JA132J 

>n a farm in winter. Ab- 

t JA132JO 

stories. Abbott jA132js 

D. S. Book of knight and 

ara jJ82 

B. Alcott JA355JO 

S, Flavius. Our young 

' Josephus j933 J77 

id the chipmunk. Reid. . j.398 R27 

d Juanita. Baylor jB358j 

' kangaroo and the apple 

r cat. Harrington j.398 H23 

BOOK. Kipling jK57j 

•ut a boy. Phillips jP563 

-een. Woolsey j W916j 

J. O. (James Otis.) Boys ' 

rt Schuyler jK14b 

"98 ....J973.9K14 

ing Sally... jKUc 

al Lige's recruit jK14co 

with Paul .Jones jK14cr 

ommy saved the barn jKl4h 

family jK14je 

Jhind jKUl 

p catchers jK14 lo 

ibb's brother jK14m 

1, the Jersey spy jK14mo 

he miller jK14n 

Dillard's ride jKl4s 



Signal boys of '75 jKUsi 

Toby Tyler jKUt 

Tory plot jKUto 

Traitor's escape jK14tP 

When Israel Putnam served the 

king jK14w 

With Lafayette at Yorktown jK14wa 

With the swamp-fox jKUwi 

With Warren at Bunker Hill. . ..jKUwt 

Kanter girls. Branch j398 B27 

Karl Kiegler jK18 

Katooticut. Carter JC3235 

Katrina. Deland jD337k 

Kaufman. Rosalie. Queens of 

Scotland j920 K16 

Keep a good heart jK26 

Kellooo, EIluah. Brought to the 

front jK29b 

Forest Glen jK29fo 

Good old times jK29g 

Lion Ben oif Elm island jK29 1 

Mission of Black Rifle jK29m 

Stout heart jK29sr 

Unseen hand jK29u 

Kennedy, J. F. Countries and places 

in Bible history j915 K38 

Kenny. Taylor jT241k 

Kenyon, E. C. Thomas Alva Edi- 
son jB Ed4k 

Keysor, j. E. Sketches oif Ameri- 
can authors j920 K52 

Kidnapped. St» venson jS848 

King, Copt Charles. From school 

to battlefield jK52f 

King, Grace. DeSoto and his men 

in the land of Florida jK53 

King Brond^, his lily and his rose. 

Diaz j398 D54 

KiNGof the Golden River. Ruskin. j398 R89 

King of the park. Saunders jS257k 

Kingdom of coins. Oilman j.398 G42 

Kingsley, Charles. Heroes . . . j398 K61 

Madam How and Lady Why j551 KOI 

Water babies j398 K61w 

Kingsley, N. F. Captain Meri- 
wether Lewis and Captain Wil- 
liam Clark jB L58 

Kingsley, R. G. Children of West- 
minster Abbey j920 Kr)9 

Kingston, W. H. G. Foxholme 

Hall jK55f 

In the wilds of Africa j916 KOI 



164 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



Mark Seaworth jK55m 

Kink AID venture. Hamilton jH218k 

Kipling, Rudy ARD. '^Captains cour- 
ageous" jK57 

Junffle book jK57j 

Second jungle book jK578 

KiRBY, Mary and Kirby, Eliza- 
beth. Aunt Martha's corner 

cupboard j630 K63 

Kirk, Jfr». E. W. (O.) Dorothy and 

her friends jK59 

KiRKLAND, E. S. Six little cooks. jWl K63 
Speech and manners for home and 

school i428.3 K63 

Kitty Grafton. Sargent jS245k 

Knight of the White Cross. Henty. jH527k 
Knox,T. W. ed. Boy travellers series. 

Kpause, L. F. Fortune's boats jK91f 

Lovable crank jK91 1 

We ten jK91w 

Young savage jK91y 

Krout, M. H. Alice's visit to the 

Hawaiian islands j919 K92 

LaB^dolli^re, Emile de. Story of 

a cat JL116 

Laddie » jMt578 

Lady Jane. Jamison jJ32 

Lady of the forest. Meade jM481 

Lafa yette, Ma rquia de. Life j B L13 

Lakerim athletic club. Hughes. .jH8J>4 1 
Lamb's adventures of Ulysses. Ho- 
mer J883H751 

LaMotte Fouqu6, Frederick. Un- 
dine JL235 

Land of pluck. Dodge jD04ol 

Land of the long night. DuC'haillu. 

J919.8 D851 

Lander, S. W. Berlin J914.31 L23 

Moscow J914.7 L23 

New York J917.47 L23 

Pekin j915 L23 

Lang, Andrew. Animal storv book. 

\..j.V.)1.5L25 

Blue poetry book j821 L25 

Green fairy book j:{98 L2r)g 

My own fairy book j398 L25m 

Pink fairy book j398 Liop 

Red fairy book j398 L2or 

Red true story book jL2t)9r 

True story book j L2()9t 

Yellow fairy book j39H L2")y 

Langille, j. n. Among the wil- 
lows JL281 



LaRam^, Louisa de. (Ouida.) Dog 

of Flanders jU18d 

Nttrnberg stove jL318fl 

Larcom, Lucy. New England girl- 
hood...... JBL32 

Last of the flatboats. Eggleston . . j E295 1 
Last of the Mohicans. Cooper. 

(Leatherstocking tales.) iC777 v. 2 

Last of the Peterkins. Hale JH162 1 

Laurie, Andr6. Schoolboy days 

in France. jL385s 

Schoolboy days in Japan J915.2 L3" 

Learning about common things. 

Abbott jo07Ab2 

Leatherstocking tales. Cooper. 

Deerslayer JC777 v. 1 

Last of the Mohicans JC777 v. 2 

Pathfinder JC777 v.3 

Pioneer. jC777v.4 

Prairie . . , JC777 v. 5 

Lee, Y. p. When I was a boy in 

China. j9ir).lUl 

Left behind. Kaler jKH 1 

Legends from the red man's forest. 

Tanner j.398Tlol 

Legends of the red children. Pratt. 

JP9161 

Legh, M. H. C. How Dick and Molly 

went rouncj the world ...j910l/>l' 

Leighton, Robert. Olaf the glor- 
ious.. jLio29o 

Wreck of the golden fleece. . . :. .JL529* 
Leslie, Miss, Russel and Sidney. . . jL.^ 
Lrssons for little girls on kitch- 
en and dining-room work. Will- 

ard J640W66 

Letters from a cat. Jackson jJl^ 1 

Life-preserver. Sargent jS24ol 

LiLLiE, Mrs, L, C. (W.) Margaret 

Thorpe's trial jL729in 

Nan jL729n 

Rolf house jL729r 

LiLLiSLEA. Howitt jH8^ 

' Lincoln, Mrs, J. T. (G.) Marjorie's 

quest jL^^ 

Lion Ben of Elm island. Kellogg. .jK29l 

Lion of the North. Henty jH527 1 

Lippincott, S. J. Stories and sights 

of France and Italy j914 1^ 

Stories of many lands jL"^ 

Little American girl in India. 

C'heever J915.4 C41 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



165 



TLB colonel. Johnston jJ72 1 

TTLE daughter. " Upham j U67 Id 

TLE daughter of liberty. Robin- 
son JR659 

TLE daughter of the revolution. 

Sage JS129 

^LE tig-tree stories. Foote jF688 

TLE-POLK lyrics. Sherman . . j811 Sh5 
TLE folks in feathers and fur. 
Miller j590 M61 

TLE folks of Other lands. Chap- 
lin aiid Humphrey j910 C36 

TLE girl of long ago. White . . j W583 1 
TLE heroine of poverty tiat. Com- 
fort JC732 

TLE homespun. Ide jl 19 1 

TLE house in Pimlico. Bou vet . j B782 1 

TLE Jarvis. Sea well jS442 1 

TLE lame prince. Craik jC887 1 

TLE Lord Fauntleroy. Burnett . jB964 1 
TLE maid of Concord town. Loth- 

rop JL8821 

PTLE Marjorie's love story. Bou- 

vet jB7821i 

rTLEmen. Alcott jA355 1 

PTLE Miss Faith. Upham jU67 1 

PTLE Miss Phoebe Gay. Brown. . JB878 
ITLE Mr. Thimblefinger. Harris. 

J398H241 

riLE Page Fern. Rollins j811 R65 

TTLE people of Asia. Miller. . j915 M61 

TTLE Pussy Willow. Stowe iS892 1 

TTLE Saint Elizabeth. Burnett . JB964 li 

TTLE Smoke. Stoddard jS869 1 

TTLE Sunshine's holiday. Craik.jC887 li 
TTLE wanderers. Morley. . . j5s31.5 M82 

TTLE women. Alcott j A355 li 

VELY adventures of Gavin Hamil- 
ton. Seawell jS442 li 

VELY city o' Ligg. Burgess. . . j398 D91 
Vius, Titus. Stories from Li vy . j878 L76 
>B0, Rag and Vixen. Thompson . JT469 1 

iBSTER catchers. Kaler jK14 lo 

H)GE,H. C. Und Roosevelt, Theo- 
dore. Hero tales from American 

history j973 L82 

NG, W. J. Ways of wood-folk. . J591.5 L85 

NO walls. Brooks J913.38 B79 

NGPELLOW, H. W. Children's 
hour, Paul Revere's ride and 

other poems j811 L86c 

i'ales of a wayside inn j811 L86t 



LOOMIS, C. B. Yankee enchant- 
ments j398 L87 

Lost gold of the Montezumas. Stod- 
dard JS869 lo 

LOST Greenland. Hawks J919.8 H31 

Lost hero. Ward jW257 lo 

Lost in the jungle. DuChaillu. j916.7 D86 lo 
LOTHROP, Mrs, H. M. (S.) Adven- 
tures of Joel Pepper jL882j 

Five little peppers and how they 

grew. . . ; JL882 

Five little peppers grown up jL882f 

Five little peppers midway jL882ti 

Little maid of Concord town jL882 1 

Phronsie Pepper jL882p 

Stories Polly Pepper told to the 

five little peppers jL882s 

Lovable crank. Krause jK91 1 

Love-songs of childhood. Field. 

J811F451 

Loveliness. Ward jW257 1 

LOVERINO, A. T. Stories of New 

York J917.47 L94 

Lucas, E. V. Book of verses for 

children j821 L96 

LUKIN, James. Amongst machines. J621L96 

Boy engineers .j621 L96b 

Young mechanic j621 L96y 

Lulu's library. Alcott jA355 lu 

Lyra heroica. Henley j821 H38 

Mabie, H. W. Norse stories retold 

from the Eddas j293 Mil 

McClelland, E. G. Daughter of 

two nations jM126d 

Macdonald, George. At the back 

of the north wind j398 M14 

Double story j398 M14d 

Mac6, Jean. History of a mouthful 

of bread j6l2 M15 

Servants of the stomach j612 M15s 

MclLWRAiTH, J. N. Canada j971 M18 

MacManus, Seumas. In chimney 

corners j398 M226 

McMuRRY, Charles. Pioneer his- 
tory stories of the Mississippi 
valley j973 M22 

McMuRRY, Mrs, L. B. Classic stories 

for little ones j398 M22 

Madam How and Lady Why. Kings- 
ley J551K61 

Madam Mary of the zoo. Wessel- 

hoeft JW515 



166 



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Madeleine's trial. Pressens^ jP935 

Maggie Bradford's club. Mathews. 

jM439ma 

Maggie Bradford -s school - mates. 

Mathews jM439mb 

Magic of kindness. Mayhew j398 M45 

Make the best of it. Goodrich jG655m 

Malvern. Ueland jD337m 

Man-of-war life jM266 

Man without a country. Hale jH168m 

Mann, Mrs, Horace. Flower peo- 
ple. J580M31 

Manners, Mr», Sedgemoor jM281 

Many a little makes a mickle jM295 

March on London. Henty jH527ma 

Marco Paul at the Springfield ar- 
mory. Abbott j917 Ab2 

Marco Paul in Boston. Abbott. . j917 Ab2c 
Marco Paul in New York. Abbott. 

j917Ab2a 

Marco Paul in the forests of Maine. 

Abbott j917 Ab2d 

Marco Paul in Vermont. Abbott. j91 7 Ab2b 
Mar<X) Paul on the Erie canal. Ab- 
bott j917 Ab2e 

Marco Polo. Towle j910 T6om 

Marcus. Simonds jS597m 

Margaret Montfort. Richards. jR516mr 
Margaret Thorpe's trial. Lillie.iL729m 
Marguerite's journal. Harris. . . jH24m 

Marie. Richards jR5l6ma 

Marion, F. Wonders of optics. . j5.35 M33 

Marjorie's quest. Lincoln JL7.37 

Mark 8oa worth. Kingston jK55m 

Mark Stedman jM345 

Marston, Kdward. Frank's ranch. JM374 
Martin, K. A. Story of a piece of 

coal J549.8 M36 

Martineau, Harriet. Peasant and 

the prince j M38r)p 

Marvin, F. S., Mayor, R. J. G., 
St A w ell, F. M . A d V entu res of 

Odysseus j883 M.36 

Maskkll, 3/r.s. A. E. A. Children 

with the birds j5lJ8 M37 

Children with the fishes jr)97 M37 \ 

Master of the strong hearts. Brooks. 

jB873m 

Master Skylark. Bennett jB471m 

Mathews, .T. H. liessie Bradford's 

priz«» jM4.*}9 

Breakfast fur two. jM439bi- i 



Maggie Bradford's club jM439m{^^ 

Maggie Bradford's schoolmates. jM439mb^ 

Uncle Rutherford's attic jM439c^ 

Uncle Rutherford's nieces iM439uc:^ 

Matthews, Franklin. Our navy 

in time of war ...J973.7 M4^ 

Max Kromer. Smith jS64^Vl 

May, C. L. Sweet clover jM4S€j 

May, Mrs. G. M. (C.) Miss Moore, jM466cx3 
Mayhewt, Henry and Maxhew, 
Augustus. Magic of kindness. 

3398 M-*^ 

Mayor,R.J.G.j7. author. /8ce Marvin. 
Meade:, L. T. Catalina, art student. jM4S 3. c 

Lady of the forest jM48X I 

Palace beautiful ..iM48XT) 

Polly, the new fashioned girl. . . jM4811>^ 

Sweet girl graduate iM48li^^ 

World of girls jM48X^ 

Melody. Richards jR51^^ 

Men who have risen j920 >I^>'- 

Menefee, Maud. Child stories from 

the masters jM^^^^ 

Midshipman Farragut. Bajrnes. . jB2t>l «3i 
Midshipman Paulding. Seawell..jS4-*-^^ 
Miller, C. H. True bear stories. j591.5>^*^^ 
Miller, Mrs, Harriet (M.) First 

book of birds j598 >^ *^.J 

Four-handed folk j599 >*^^! 

Little folks in feathers and fur.j590 >^ . 

Little people of Asia j915 >'^ 

Miller, Mrs. Hugh. Cats and dogs. 

i636 V^ ^ 

Miller, Joaquin. See Miller, C. H. 
Miller, Olive Thorne. See Miller, 

J/r8. Harriet (M.) 
Mischief's thanksgiving. Woolsey. 

jW91^^^^ 

Miss Moore,. May. jM4(J^^^^^ 

Miss.Toosey's mission, and Laddie. .iMti"^ 

Miss Vanity. Blanchard jBft3t*^^ 

Mission of Black Rifle. Kellogg. . . jK2i>fl^ 
Mr. Rabbit at home. Harris . . j398 H24id 

Mr. Stubb's brother. Kaler. jK14ni 

Misunderstood. Montgomery j M78T 

Mitchell, D. G. About old story- 
tellers j920 M69 

I^odern vikings. Boyesen jB791m 

Moles worth, Jlf)\s. M. L. (S.) Carved 

lions jM719c 

Greylinjr Towers. . , jM719g 

House that grew jM719h 



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167 



MoxESWORTH, Olive and others. 

Tales told in the twilight jM721 

MOUKEY that would not kill. Drum- 

mond. JD705 

Moi^iTEiTH, James. Easy lessons in 

popular science j910 M76 

F*opular science reader j504 M76 

Youth's history of the U. S. . . . j973 M76 
MoxTGOMERY, FLORENCE. Misun- 
derstood JM787 

Thwarted jM787t 

MONVEL, M. B. DE. Joan of Arc. . . jM815 

MCK>S WA. Fraser J591.5 F86 

MopsA, the fair . Ingelow j398 In4 

^^oral lessons. Cowdry il70 C83 

Moral pirates Alden jA359m 

MoRAN, E. P. and Tucker, E. S. 

Children of colonial days jM829 

More about Jesus J225M81 

Morgan, the Jersey spy. Kaler. . jKUmo 
^orley, M. W. Bee people. . . . J595.79 M82 

Little wanderers J581.5 M82 

Morris, Edmund. Farming for 

boys j630 Ma3 

Morrison, S. E. Chilhowee boys. . jM882 

^bilhowee boys at college jM882c 

^c>RsE, E. S. First book of zoology. 

j5JK)M83 

MoitSE, L. B. Road to Nowhere. j.398 M83 

^^>T:'h and rust jM918 

JJ^I'HER Goose. iUus, by Loomis. . . JM9188 
^^^^HEr Goose, ed, by McManus.jM9188m 
^^tTLTON, L. C. Bed-time stories. .jM927 
^^^^TRY, W. A. and Mowry, A. M. 
American inventions and invent- 
ors jtt09 M87 

^^Nro, John. Story of electricity. 

j537 M92 

^^NROE, Kirk. Copper princess.. jM968c 

^aroingo feather 3M968f 

Fur-seal's tooth. . jM968fu 

Shine Terrill jM968sh 

Through swamp and glade jM968t 

Wakulla jM968w 

White conquerors ,.jM968wh 

With Crockett and Bowie jM9(>8wi 

AIURFRRB, M. N. Young mountain- 
eers jM975y 

My Apingi kingdom. Du Chaillu. 

J916.7 D85m 

My boya. Alcott jA355m 

My girls. Alcott jA355my 



My Kalulu. Stanley JS787 

My Lady Frivol. Carey JC275 

My mother's gold ring. Sargent. . jS245m 

My own fairy book. Lang j398 L25m 

My school-boy days jM995 

Myths of old Greece. Pratt j883 P88 

Nan. Lillie 3L729n 

Nan in the city. Hamlin jH223na 

Nannie's happy childhood. Field . . jF463 
Nan's Chicopee children. Hamlin. jH223nc 
Napier, C. O. G. Tommy Try and 

what he did in science j500 N16 

Narcissa. Richards jR516n 

Nature's miracles. Gray 2v. . . j504 G79 

Nautilus. Richards jR516na 

Navy blue. Allen iA432n 

Neal, the miller. Kaler jKUn 

Nelly's silver mine. Jackson jJ12n 

New Alice in old Wonderland. Rich- 
ards. jR^H 

New England girlhood. Larcom. .jB L32 
New rhymes for nursery times. 

Stein'thal JS819 

New Year's bargain. Woolsey. . .jW916n 
NiNDE, M. L. We two alone in Eu- 
rope J914N62 

Nine little goslings. Woolsey. . . jW916ni 

No heroes. Howard JH848 

No surrender. Henty jH527n 

NOANK's log. Stoddard jS869n 

Noel» Augusta. Conrad the squir- 
rel JN765 

NoRDHOPF, Charles. Politics for 

young Americans j320 N75 

Norse stories retold from the Ed- 
das. Mabie j293 Mil 

Norton. C. L. Queen's rangers jN883 

Not quite eighteen. Woolsey. ..jW 91ttno 

Nt^RNBKRO stove. LaRame jL318n 

Nutting, M. O. Wilhelm the Si- 
lent J942N96 

Oakleigh. Deland jD3.37o 

Obkr, F. a. Young folks' history 

of Mexico j972 Ob2 

Oc;ean wiiifs. Reid j 113570 

Olaf the glorious. Leighton jL529o 

Old Deccan days. Frere j398 F89 

Old fashioned girl. Alcott jA355o 

Old market-cart. Smith jS<)47 

; Old portmanteau. Hamilton jH218o 

I Old stories of the east. Baldwin.j220 B19 
1 Old times in the colonies. Coffin. J973.2 C()5 



168 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



OLE mammy's torment. Johnston. .jJ72o 

On the Irrawaddy. Henty jH527o 

On the old frontier. Stoddard jS869o 

One I knew the bestof all. Burnett. jB B93 

One of the 28th. Henty jH527on 

Only ^irls. Townsend jT751o 

Opportunities. Warner j W284o 

Orange and green. Henty jH527or 

Orcutt girls. Vaile jV129o 

Original poems for infant minds. 

Taylor ;. ...j821 T21 

Orkney islands. Abbott j914 Ab2o 

Other side of the sun. Sharp. . . j398 Sh2 
Otis, James, pseud. See Kaler, J. O. 

Otto of the silver hand. Pyle jP996o 

OuiDA, pseud. See La Ram6, Louise 
de. 

Our Helen. Clarke jC599o 

Our little Ann j093 

Our navy in time of war. Matthews. 

J973.7 M43 

Our young folks j051 Ou7 

Over sea and land j051 Ov2 

Over the Andes. Butter worth. .i918 B98 

OXLEY, J. M. ' Boy tramps J917.1 Ox4 

Page, T. N. Among the camps jP133 

Santa Claus's partner JP1338 

Two little Confederates jPl33t 

Two prisoners jP133tw 

Palace beautiful. Meade jM841p 

Paris to Amsterdam. Eiddy j9l4 Ed2p 

Parker, R. A. Pinks and blues. . jP242p 
Parsons, Mrs. F. T. Plants and 

their children. . . ; j580 P2o 

Partners. Stoddard jS869p 

Pauton, James. Captains of indus- 
try. 2 v J920P25 

Pathfinder. Cooper jC777 v. 3 

Pathfinders of the revolution. 

Criffis. J973.3 G87 

Patriarchs, kings and kingdoms. 

Headley j220 H:Wp 

Patriot schoolmaster. Butter- 
worth -J973.3 B98p 

Paul and Margaret. Potwin. . jP871p 

Paul and Virginia. Saint-Pierre. ..jS149 

Paul Jones. Sea well jS442p 

Peahody, S. H. Cecil's book of 

beasts j^m) P31 

Fkarce. W. C. History of India. .j9r)4 P31 
Peasant and jirince. Marti neau. .jM38i")p 
|mpUE, J//.V. E. W. Ickery Ann..j[\{(>3 



Peck, H. T. Adventures of Mabel, j.398 P53 
PEEBLES, Mrs. M. L. Helps over 

hard places jP373 

Peggy. Richards jR516p 

Penniman, Majar. Tanner boy.. jBG76p 
Perry, F. P. Tora's happy day. . .jP462t 
Perry, Nora. Another flock of girls. 

jP464a 

Flock of girls and boys jP464f 

Hope Benham jP464h 

Rosebud garden of girls jP464r 

Three little daughters of the revo- 
lution iP4^t 

Youngest Miss Lorton jP464y 

Persevere and prosper. Goodrich.iG6ni>V 

Peterkin papers. Hale jH^*^- 

Phebe, her profession. Ray jH^^ 

Phelps, E. S. Set Ward, Mrs. E. 

S.^{P.) 
Phillips, W. S. .Tust about a boy..jF^'i^'^ 

Phronsie Pepper. Lothrop jLt5^^ 

PicxiNO. Burnett jBt^^P 

Picture poems for young folks. 

Dougrlas j811 J>'* 

Pictures and lessons for little read- 
ers jF==^^^ 

Pierrette. Bouvet jBT" ^-^ 

Pierson, C. D. Among the farm- 
yard people j636 ^^^^^ 

Among the forest people i591.5 

Among the meadow people. . J591.5 

Pink fairy book. Lang j398 

Pinks and blues. >'arker JP2-' ^^*'-^ 

Pioneer history stories of the Miss- 
issippi valley. McMurry j973 N 

Pioneers. Ckx)per jC777 

Plantation pageants. Harris . . . jH3S 
Plants. and their children, Par- 
sons j580 

Plaix). Stories from Plato j888 ¥====^^^ 

Pledge and the cross. Henry jH^T^-^ 

Plutarch. Lives j920 F^^ ^^ 

Plympton, a. C. Flower of the 

wilderness.. iPV'^^^ 

Poetry for home and school. 

Brackett j808.8 B'2 

Politics for young Americans. j 

Nordhoff j320 N"o ' 

Polly Oliver's problem. Riggs. .jR5«8p 
Polly, the new fashioned girl. 

Meade jM481po 

Pomona jM678p 






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169 



f of the Ottawas. Gor- 

JG663 

of an old pear tree. 

isel J595.7 V27 

H. K. Paul and Mar- 

jP871p 

oper JC777 v. 5 

Legends of the red 

JP916 1 

Greece j883 P88 

lonial children jP916s 

IZABETH. Story Liz- 

jP927s 

Ime, DE. Madeleine's 

JP935 

In the lion's mouth. .jPlU5i 
le pauper. Clemens. jC625p 

op. Bouvet j398B«6 

orybook. Gomme.j398G6.34 

N. Barnes jB261p 

e. Hall JH179 

\. Elementary i^ys- 
aphy j551 P94 

»he soil. Rocheleau . j6.30 R58 
•ootles and magicians. 

j220H.34pr 

•se for children. Pyle. 

J808P995 

V. H. Child's Christ- 

J232.9P94 

ies. Alcott jA355p 

L. Children's life of 

Lincoln jBL()3p 

ID, Garden behind the 

J398P99 

itures of Robin Hood. . jP996 

diver hand jP996o 

i Ballister's fortunes. jPi>968 
!RINE. Counterpane- 

j398 P995 

3rse for children. ..j808 P995 

G. P. Elementary 

theU.S J973Q2 

C and fok'sle. Sea well .jS442q 
ers. Norton JN883 

Upham jU67q 

people. Stowe jS892 

Sue. Richards jRolGqu 

C'H, A. T. See Couch, 

:t girls. Clarke jC:599q 

riends. Brown JB87S3 



Radau, Rodolphe. Wonders of 

acoustics j534 Rll 

Rainbow's journey. Abbott jA132r 

Ralegh. Towle j910 T65r 

Rathborne, St. George. Boy cru- 
isers JR234 

Ray, a. C. Phebe, her profession. .jR263 

Teddy: her book jR263t 

Raymond, Evelyn. Reels and 

spindled jR268 

Red fairy book. Lang j398 L25r 

Red mountain of Alaska. All en. j 917. 98 Al 5 

Red mustang. Stoddard jS869r 

Red true story book. Lang jL269r 

Redeeming the republic. Coffin. j973. 7 C65r 
Reed, H. L. Brenda, her school 

and her club jR324 

Reels and spindles. Raymond jR268 

Reid, Mayne. Boy slaves jR357 

Forest exiles jR357fo 

Ocean waifs jR357o 

Young yagers jR357yo 

and others. Stories about animals. JR3578 
Reid, Sydney. Josey and the chip- 
munk; j398 R27 

Repplier, Agnes. Book of famous 

verse j811 R29 

Reptiles and fishes. Tenny j598 T25r 

Rescue of c;uba. Draper J972.91 D79 

Reuben James. Brady jB812 

Richard the fearless. Yonge j Y55 

Richards, A. M. New Alice in the 

old Wonderland JR514 

Richards, Mrs, L. E. (H.) Captain 

January JR516 

Hildegarde's holiday jR516h 

Hildegarde's home jR516hi 

Hildegarde*s neighbors jR516hn 

Margaret Montfort jR516mr 

Marie jR516ma 

Melody jR516m 

Narcissa jR516n 

Nautilus jR516na 

Peggy jR516p 

Quicksilver Sue jRolttqu 

Rosin the beau jR516r 

Snow-white JR5168 

Richardson, Mrs. Abby (S.) Sto- 
ries from old English poetry . .j820 R39 

Rideing, W. a. Boyhood of famous 

authors j920 R43 

Riggs, Mrs. K. D. (\V.) Bird's 

Christmas Carol JR569 



170 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



Polly Oliver's problem jR569p 

Story hour jR569s 

Story of Patsy jli569st 

Summer in a candn jR5698u 

Timothy's quest jR569t 

RlGH^ ia might. Goodrich jG«65r 

Riley, J. W. Child-rhymes j811 R45 

Road to Nowhere. Morse j398 M83 

Rob Claxton's story. Chlimberlain..jC443 

Robin Hood. Pyle iP996 

Robinson, Edith. Little daughter 

of liberty JR659 

Robinson Crusoe. Defoe jD.314 

ROCHELEAU, W. P. Great Ameri- 
can industries j622 R58 

Manufactures j670 R58 

Products of the soil j630 R58 

Rock of the lion. Sea well jS442r 

Rocky Fork. Catherwood jC363r 

Rolf House. Lillie jL729r 

ROLFE, W. ,1. Shakespeare the 

boy J822.33R64 

Rollins, A. W. Little Page Fern.j811 R65 

ROLLO in Geneva. Abbott j914 Ab2g 

ROLLO in Holland. Abbott. . . . J914.92 Ab2 

ROLLO in Naples. Abbott J914.57 Ab2 

ROLLO in Rome. Abbott J914.56 Ab2 

ROLLO's experiments. Abbott. ..j508 Ab2 

ROLLO'S museum. Abbott j508 Ab2r 

ROLLO's philosophy: air. Abbott. jiVil Ab2 
ROLLO's philosophy: fire. Abbott. j536 Ab2f 



RussEL and Sidney. Leslie jLtvW 

Russell, W. C. Cruise of the 

Pretty Polly i^^ 

S. S. T. C. Story of May jSUl 

Sachs, Edwin. Sleight of hand . . j7M Sal 
Sadlier, Mrs. J. Agnes of Brauns- 

berg i^^^' 

Sage, A. C. Little daughter of the 

revolution j^^^ 

St. Bartholomew's eve. Henty..jH52Ts 
St. George for England. Henty..jH5279g 
St. John, Mrs. Horace. Audubon. jB Au2 
ST. Nicholas Christmas book jSUT 

Saint-Pierre, J. B. H. de. Paul 

and Virginia iS149 

Sal-O-QUAH. Gould ing ]G'^ 

Saltillo boys. Stoddard jSJ^t^ 

Samuels, E. A. Among the birds. jo98Sa4 
Sandeau, Jules. Seagull rock . . . . jS213 

Santa Clauses partner. Page JP1336 

Sapelo. Goulding jGTSasa 

Sara Crewe. Burnett JB964j> 

Sara Dillard's ride. Kaler jKUs 

Sargent, L. M. Fritz Hazel 

Kitty Grafton 

Life-preserver jS24o 1 

My mother's gold ring jS24oiD 

Stage-coach jS24.*)e* 

Word in season jS245\^ 

Saunders, Marshall. Beautiful 

Joe JS^'^- 

King of the park jS25Tk 



Rollo's philosophy: sky. Abbott. j-Vil Ab2s ; SCHOOL speaker. Cumnock jSOS.oCS*! 

ROLLO's philosophy: water. Abbott. SCHO(^LBOY days in France. Laurie. jL385» 
y>'^^ Ab2w I SCHOOLFELLOW jOol Sch« 

ROLLO's travels. Abbott jl)10 Ab2 1 schwatka, Frederick. ("hHdi-en 

Roman life in the days of Cicero. ^yf i\^q ^old j919.8Schi^ 



Church J913.37 C47 

Rose and the ring. Thackeray . .. . jT.3(>3r 



Scott, D. B. School history of the 

U. S j973Sco2 



Rosebud club. Upham J^'<>'^i' , Scott, Sir Walter. Tales from 

Rosebud garden of girls. Perry . . jP4Wr , ^^,^yll by Sullivan jS^H 

Rosin the beau. Richards jl^'^l^r i S(^rii'TURE history for the young. 



Round dozen. Woolsey j\V9l()r 

'Round the year in myth and song. 

Holbrook j8()8 H(><) 

Rouse, W. H. D. Talking thrush. j.398 R7() 

Roving commission. Henty jHr)27ro 

RoviNOS on land and sea. Daven- 
port jl)247 

Royal blue and royal .scarlet. Tag- 

gart jT12r)r 

RUSKIN, John. King of the Golden 

river j398 R89 






Howard i220H»« 

Scuddeu, H. K. Bodley family in 

town and country jis^^fi 

Boil ley grandchildren and their 

journey in Holland J914 Scu4 

Bodlf^ys af(K)t j917 Scu4 

Hodleys on wheels j9n Scu4o 

Book of lejr^uds told over again. 

j398.2Scu4 

Boston town jttl7.44 Scu4 

Dream children jS436d 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



171 



Dwellers in five-sisters court. ...jS436dw 

English Bodley family j910 Scu4 

Fables and folk stories j398 Scu4 

5AGULL rock. Sandeau jS213 

2A-STARS. Tenney j593 T25 

SA yarns for boys. Henderson jH497 

SARCH for Andrew Field. Tomlin- 
son j T659s 

SA W£LLf M. E, Decatur and Som- 
era jS442d 

Little Jarvis jS442 1 

Lively adventures of Gavin Ham- 
ilton jS4421i 

Midshipman Paulding jS442m 

Paul Jones jS442p 

Quarterdeck and fok'sle jS442q 

Kock of the lion jS442r 

Through thick and thin jS442t 

Virginia cavalier jB W278 

}bcx)ND book of botany. Youmans. 

j581 Y8s 

Sboond jungle book. Kipling jK57s 

SfiCRirrs at Roseladies. Gather- 

wood jC363s 

Sedgemoor. Manners jM281 

SEED-TIME and harvest. Tweedie. j240 T91 

Seen and unseen. Arthur jA791s 

Sbour, Mme, la Comtesae de. Fairy 

tales from the French j398 Se3 

Seluno Lucky. Abbott j A132s 

Seraph, the little violiniste. Jami- 
son jJ32s 

Servants of the stomach. Mac6. j612 M15s 

Seven little sisters. Andrews jA567 

Sewell, Anna. Black beauty jS516 

Seymour, M. A. Ghristmas holi- 
days at Gedar.Grove jS521 

Shakespeare. Tales from Shake- 
speare j822 Shi 

Shakespeare the boy. Rolfe . . J822.33 R64 
Sharp, Evelyn. Gther side of the 

sun j398 Sh2 

^Haw, E. R Big people and little 

people of other lands j910 Sh2 

Jhawl-straps. Aloott j914 Al 1 

►HERMAN, F. D. Little folk lyrics. j811 Sh5 

HINE Terrill. Munroe jM968sh 

HORT sermons to newsboys. Brace. 

J252B72 

OlJMWAY, E. S. Day in ancient 

Rome J914.50 Sh9 

jGNAL. boys. Eggleston jE295s 

ONAL boys of »75. Kaler jK14si 



Silas Marner. Eliot jE42s 

Silver lake. Ballantyne jBlSSs 

Silver medal. Trowbridge jT8«38 

Silver pitchers. Alcott jA355s 

SiMONDS, W. A. Glinton jS597 

Ella jS597e 

Jerry jS597j 

Jessie jS597je 

Marcus jS597m 

Whistler jS597w 

SiNDBAD, Smith & Go. Stearns. . j398 St3 

Sister 's bye-hours. Ingelow j I 46 

Sister's vocation. Daskam JD2298 

Six in all. Townsend ..jT751s 

Six little cooks. Kirkland j641 K63 

Six to sixteen. Ewing jE95s 

Sleeper, M. G. Pictures from the 

history of the Swiss J949.4 SI 2 

Sleeping beauty. Dunn jD924 

Sleeping beauty and other famous 

fairy tales j398 SI 2 

Sleepy-time stories. Booth jB725 

Sleight-of-hand. Sachs j791 Sal 

Smith, Mr». F. B. Gld market-cart. jS647 

Smith, Hannah. Max Kromer jS649 

Smith, Mrs. M. P. W. Jolly good 

summer jS655g 

Young Puritans in King Philip's 

war jS655y 

Snedden, G. S. Dorcas, the Indian 

boy of Santa Clara J970.1 Sn2 

Snow berries. Gary jC332 

Snow-bound. Whittier j811 Weis 

Snow-white. Richards jRolfis 

Soldier Rigdale. Dix jD619s 

Solomon Crow's Christmas pockets. 

Stuart jS932so 

Son of the revolution. Brooks jB873s 

Sowing the wind. Arthur jA791so 

Spanish Peggy. Catherwood jG363sp 

Sparrow, the tramp. Wesselhoeft.jWSlSs 

Spears, J. R. Fugitive jS741 

Spies, traitors and assassins. Head- 
ley j220H34s 

Spinning-wheel stories. Alcott . . j A356sp 

Splendid spur, Couch , jC853s 

Stables, (tORDON. For cross and 

crescent jS775 

Stage-coach, Sargent jS245s 

STANLEY, H. M. My Kalulu jS787 

Stanley, W. P. Down the bay . . j910 St2 



172 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



Starr, Frederick. American In- 
dians j970.1St2 

STAWELL.,P.M.;t.ati</M>r. /See Marvin. 

Stearns, Albert. Sindbad, Smith 

&Co j398St3 

Steinthal, E. a. New rhymes for 

nursery times jS819 

Stevenson, R. L. Child's garden 

of verse j821 St48 

Kidnapped JS848 

Treasure island jS848t 

Stevenson, S. H. Boys and girls 

in biology j570 St4 

Stewart, Balfour. Physics . . . . j530 St4 

Stockton, F. R. Buccaneers and 

pirates of our coasts J910.4 St6 

Clocks of Rondaine and other 

stories JS866 

Fanciful tales j398St6 

Tales out of school jS866t 

STODDARD, W, O. Battle of New 

York JS869 

Captain's boat jS869ca 

Chris, the model maker jS869c 

Chumley's post jS869chu 

Crowded out o' Crofield jS869cr 

Dispatch boat of the Whistle jS869d 

First cruiser out jS869f 

Gid Granger jS869g 

Little Smoke jS869 1 

Lost gold of the Montezumas jS869 lo 

Noank's log jS869n 

On the old frontier jS869o 

Partners jS869p 

Red mustang jS869r 

Saltillo boys jS869s 

Swordmaker's son jS869do 

Talking leaves jS869t 

White cave jS869w 

With the Black Prince jS869wi 

Stories about animals. Reid JR3578 

Stories and poems for children. 

Thaxter j811 T32 

Stories for boys. Davis JD2638 

Stories from birdland. Chase . . . j598 C38 
Stories from English history. 

Church j942 C47 

Stories from English poetry. Rich- 
ardson j820 R39 

Stories from Homer. Church . . . j883 C47 

Stories from Livy. Livius j878 L76 

STORIES from Plato. Burt j888 P69 



Stories from the east. Church . . j888 H43s 
Stories from the Greek tragedians. 

Church j883C47g 

Stories from Virgil. Church .... j873 C4" 
Stories Mother Nature told her 

children. Andrews j504 An2 

Stories of colonial children. Pratt.jP916s 
Stories of Columbia. Glascock . . j973 G46 

Stories of discovery. Hale j973.1 H1.1 

Stories of great Americans for little 
Americans. Eggleston j920 Eg3 

Stories of Indian chieftains. Husted. jH927 
Stories of many lands. Lippinoott..jL765 
Stories of New York. Lovering. 

.....J917.47LW 

Stories of old: New Testament. 

Hadley J225H11 

Stories of old: Old Testament. 

Hadley J220H11 

Stories of the apostles. Hadley .j225 Hlls 
Stories of the gorilla country. Du 

Chaillu jD812s 

Stories of the olden time. Johon- 

not J808J66 

Stories of the red children. Brooks.jB872 

Stories of the trees. Dyson j582 DW 

Stories of the United States. Davis. jD261 

Stories of war. Hale J973.7 H13 

Stories Polly Pepper told to the 

five little peppers. Lothrop — jL8S2s 
Stories told to a child. Ingelow . ...jl 4te 

Story hour. Riggs jR56»» 

Story Lizzie told. Prentiss jP927s 

Story of a bad boy. Aldrich jA38» 

Story of a cat. La B6dollidre jLUS 

Story of a piece of coal. Martin . J549.8 M36 

Story of Aaron. Harris j398 H24s 

STORY of Babette. Stuart jS»326 

Story of Betty. Wells jW453i 

Story of liberty. Coffin j940 085 

STORY of May. S. S. T. C jSlU 

Story of old. Helm j220 Ul 

Six)RY of our war with Spain. Brooks. 

J972.91HI9 

Story of Patsy. Riggs . jR589rt 

STORY of Siegfried. Baldwin . . . j293 BlSs 
Story of Sonny Sahib. Duncan.. . . jD91& 
Story of the American sailor. 

Brooks j973B7»8 

STORY of the Bible. Foster ]230 P81 

Story of the chosen people. Guer- 

ber J93SG93 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT 



173 



Story of the cotton plant. Wilkin- 
son je33 W66 

ITORY of the English. Guerber. . j942 G93 

•TOBY of the fishes. Baskett j597 B20 

TOBY of the golden age. Baldwin. j883 B19 
TOBY of the Greeks. Guerber. . j938 G83 

TORY of the Iliad. Brooks j883 B873 

TORY of the Iliad. Church j883 C47s 

TOBY of the nineteenth century. 

Brooks j9C9 B79 

TORY of the Persian war. Church. J888C46 
TORY of theRhinegold. Chapin. .J398C36 
TORY of the Romans. Guerber. . j937 G93 

tory of the thirteen colonies. Guer- 
ber J973.2 G93 

■TORY of Ulysses for boys and girls. 

Cook j883 C77 

iTOWE, Mrs, Harriet (B.) Dog^s 

mission jS892d 

Little Pussy Willow jS892 1 

Queer little people jS892 

Stuart, Mrs, Ruth (M.) Solomon 
Crow's Christmas pockets and 

other tales jS932so 

Story of Babette jS9328t 

Stwin, Adam. By sea and shore. .j500 St9 

la the mountains j509 St9i 

Successful merchant. Arthur . . j B B927 

Successful venture. Deland j D3378 

Sue Orcutt. Vaile JV1298 

SnocER in a candn. Riggs jR569su 

Sunday evenings j220 Su7 

Sweet clover. May jM466 

Sweet girl graduate. Meade . . . . j M48l8w 

Sweet William. Bouvet jB782s 

Sweetheart travellers. Crockett.. jC9388 
SwiPT, Jonathan. Gulliver's trav- 
els JS997 

Swiss family Robinson. Wyss. . . . jW995 
SW0RDMAKER*S SOU. Stoddard. . .jS869so 

Sybil and Chryssa. Warner j W284s 

Taooart, M. a. Royal blue and 

royal scarlet jT125r 

Pake care of number one. Goodrich. jG655t 

Tales from Scott. Sullivan jS431 

:*ALE8 from Shakespeare. Lamb. jS22 Shi 

*ALES of a wayside inn. Longfellow. 

j811L86t 

ALES of King Arthur and his 
knights of the round table. 
FArrington. j398 F24 

ALES of the sea and land. Good- 
rich JG655U 



Tales out of school. Stockton jS866t 

Tales told in the twilight. Moles- 
worth jM719t 

Talking leaves. Stoddard jS869t 

Talking thrush. Rouse j398 R76 

Tangle WOOD tales. Hawthorne . j398 H31t 

Tanner, Dorothy. Legends from 

the red man's forest j398 T15 1 

Tappan, E. M. In the days of Alfred 

the great j942 T16 

Tarr, R. S. and McMURRY, F. M. 

Home geography and the earth 

as a whole J910.7 T17 

Taylor, Eboly. Tales from the 

history of the Saxons j942 T21 

Taylor, G. R Claiborne jT241 

Cousin Guy jT241c 

Gustave jT241g 

Kenny jT241k 

Taylor, Jane. Original poems for 

infant minds j821 T21 

Tbcumseh's young braves. Tomlin- 

son jT659t 

Teddy: her book. Ray jR2e3 

Ted*S little dear. Cheever jC515t 

Ten boys who lived on the road from 

long ago to now. Andrews jA567t 

Tenny, Mrs. A. A. Pictures and 

stories of animals: insects. . . . j595 T25 
Pictures and stories of animals: 

mammals j599 T25 

Pictures and stories of animals: 

shells j595 T25s 

Reptiles and fishes j598 T25r 

Sea-stars j593 T25 

and Tenny, Sanborn. Natural 

history of animals j590 T25 

Thackeray, W. M. Doctor Birch 

and his young friends jT363 

Rose and the ring jT363r 

That queer girl. Townsend jT751t 

Thatcher, B. R Indian biogra- 
phy. 2v J970.2 T32 

Indian traits. 2v J970.1 T32 

Thaxter, Celia. Stories and poems 

for children j811 T32 

Things by their right names. Bar- 

bauld J398B23 

Things will take a turn. Harraden.jH296 
Thompson, D. D. Abraham Lin- 
coln, the first American jB L63t 

Thompson, Ernest Seton- Biog- 
raphy of a grizzly j599 T37 



174 



JUNIOR DEPAUTMRNT. 



Lobo, Rag and Vixen JT469 1 

Wild animals I have known jT469w 

Thompson, Maurice:. Boys' book 

of sports and outdoor life Rj796 T37 

Those boys. Foster jF75r)t 

Three colonial boys. Tomlinson. .jTG59tc 
Three daughters of the revolution. 

Perry lP464t 

Three proverb stories. Alcott jA355t 

Three young continentals. Tomlin- 
son jTt)59th 

Through swamp and glade. Mun- 

roe jM908t 

Through the fray. Henty jHo27tf 

Through the looking-glass. Dodg- 

son jD6455t 

Through the Sikh war. Henty. . .jH527ts 
Through thick and thin. Seawell..jS442t 
Thurston, Mrs. I. T. Bishop's 

shadow JT545 

Thwarted. Montgomery jM787t 

Tiger of Mysore. Henty jH527ti 

Timothy's quest. Riggs jR5(59t 

Toby Tyler. Kaler jK14t 

Toinette's Philip. Jamison jJ32t 

Told under the cherry tree. IJpham. jU()7t 
Tom Brown's school-days. Hughes. jH8i)45t 

Tom Sawyer. c:iemens jC625a 

Tom Sawyer abroad. Clemens jCfi25t 

Tomlinson, E. T. Boy officers of 

1812 JTG59 

Boy soldiers of 1812 jTti59b 

Boys of old Monmouth jTH59bo 

Boys with Old Hickory jTG59bw 

Camping on the St. Lawrence jT659c 

Guarding the border jT6r)9g 

In the hands of the redcoats jTG59i 

Jersey boy in the revolution jT659j 

Search for Andrew Field jT659s 

Tecumseh's young braves jT659t 

Three colonial boys jT(>59tc 

Three young continentals jT6r)9th 

Two young patriots jTG59tw 

Washington's young aids jT()o9w 

Tommy Ann and the three hearts. 

Wright jW952t 

Tommy Hickup. Abbott jA128 

Tommy Try and what he did in sci- 
ence. Napier j50()N16 

Tompkins, E. K. Unlessoned girl..jT6«2 

Tom's boy jM678t 

Tone masters. Barnard. 3v j920 B25 



Tora's happy day. Perry jP4()2l 

TORPEANUTS the tomboy. Wessel- 

hoeft jW515t 

Tory plot. Kaler jKUt^ 

TOWLE, G. M. Adventures and con- 
quests of Pizzaro j910 TO 

Adventures of Vasco DaGama.. j910 T65v 

Drake j910 T65d 

Fernando Magellan jB M27 

Marco Polo j910 TOm 

Ralegh j910 T65r 

TOWNSEND, V. F. Only girls. . . . . jT 751o 

Six in all jT751s 

That queer girl jT751l 

Trapton, Adeline. American girl 

abroad j914 T67 

Traitor's escape. Kaler jK14tr 

Treasure island. Stevenson jS848t 

Treasure ship. Butterworth jB P55 

Treasury club. Drysdale J353.2D84 

Treasury of scripture stories j220 Til 

Trinity bells. Barr jB268t 

Trotty book. Ward jW257t 

Trotty's wedding tour. Ward. .jW257tw 
Trowbridge, J. T. Cud jo's cave..jT863c 

Fortunes of Toby Traflford jT863fo 

His own master jT863hi 

Jolly rover jT863j 

Silver medal jT863s 

Trowbridge, O. R. Illinois and 

the nation j353 T7i) 

True, J. P. Iron star JT865 

True story book. Lang il2fM 

True story of Abraham Lincoln. 

Brooks'! jB LA3b 

True story of Benjamin Franklin. 

Brooks jB F85br 

True story of Christopher Columbus. 

Brooks jB C72 

True story of George Washington. 

Broojts jB W27b 

True story of LaFayette. Brooks. jBL13b 
True story of the United States of 

America. Brooks j973 B"9t 

True tales for my grandsons. Baker. 

! J910B1T 

True to his home. Butterworth. .jB F85b 

Truth-finder. Groodrich iG655ir 

Tucker, E. S.Jt author. See Moran. 
TWKEDiE, W. K. Seed-time and 

harvest J240T91 

Twilight stories. Foulke • . .. jF76ii 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



175 



TwiXT you and me. Upham jU67tw 

.^wo little confederates. P&ge, . . . jP133t 
Two little knights of Kentucky. 

Johnston jJ72t 

Two little pilgrim '8 progress. Bur- 
nett jB964t 

:^¥0 May-days jT974 

^o prisoners. Page jP133tw 

*WO years before the mast. Dana . j910 D19 
*wo young patriots. Tomlinson.. jT659tw 
Tncle Rutherford's attic. Mathews. 

jM439u 

Tncle Rutherford's nieces. Math- 
ews jM439un 

Fnder Drake's flag. Henty jH527u 

[NDER the lilacs. Alcott jA355u 

fNDER the tamaracks. Brooks j B873u 

rNDEB Wellington's command. 

Henty , . .. jH527un 

INDINE. La Motte Fouqu^ jL235 

Jnlessoned girl. Tompkins jT662 

Jnseen hand. Kellogg jK29u 

Jp the river. Abbott j A132u 

JPHAM, Mrs, G. L. (L.) ''Little 

daughter" jU67 Id 

Uttle Miss Faith. jU67 1 

Queer Janet jU67q 

Rosebud club jU67r 

Told under the cherry trees jU67t 

'Twixt you and me jU67tw 

;^AILE, C. M. Orcutt girls jV129o 

Sue Orcutt jV129s 

Wheat and huckleberries jV129w 

t^ANBEROEN, R. Story of Japan. J915.2 V27 
Tales of our new possessions: the 

Philippines J919.14 V27 

/anBruyssel, E. Population of 

an old pear tree j595.7 V27 

kTANDERVOORT, Mrs. N. M. Across 

the gulf JV241 

/'ERNE, Jules. Around the world 

in eighty days jV531 

Five weeks in a balloon jV531f 

Giant raft.. . . , jV631g 

i/'ESPER. Gasparin jG249 

^IRQINIA cavalier. Seawell jB W27s 

Voyage in the **Sunbeam." Bras- 

sey j910 B73 

^ABENO the magician. Wright..jW952w 
^AONER, Richard. Wagner story 

book j782 W12 

^AONEB 8|»ry book. Wagner. . j782 W12 



Wakulla. Munroe jM968w 

Walter in Athens. Eddy .... J914.95 Ed2 
Walter in Constantinople. Eddy. 

j914.96Ed2 

Walter in Egypt. Eddy j916 Ed2 

Walter in Jerusalem. Eddy. J915.69 Ed2j 
Walter in Samaria. Eddy .... J915.6 Ed2 

Walter Seyton. jW234 

Wampum belt. Butterworth jB988w 

Ward, 3fr«. E.S. (P.) Loveliness.. j W257 1 

Trotty book. jW257t 

Trotty's wedding tour jW257tw 

and Ward, H. D. Lost hero. . jW257 lo 

Warner, C. D. Being a boy jW279 

Warner, Susan. Flag of truce. .jW284f 

Opportunities jW284o 

(The) word: walks from Eden. . j220 W24 
and Warner, A. B. Sybil and 

Chryssa ..jW284s 

Washington's young aids. Tom- 

linson jTft59w 

Watchers on the longships. Ck>bb.jC653w 

Water and land. Abbott j551 Ab2w 

Water-babies. Kingt^ley j398 K61 w 

Ways of wood-folk. Long J591.5 L86 

We and the world, Bwing jE96w 

We ten. Krause jK91w 

We three. Hamilton jH281w 

We two alone in Europe. Ninde . . j914 N62 

We win. Hamblen jH199 

Wells, Carolyn. Jingle book..jW453j 
Story of Betty. jW453s 

Wesselhoept, Mrs. L. F. (P.) 

Doris and her dog Rodney jW5I6 

Madam Mary of the zoo jW515m 

Sparrow the tramp jW515s 

Torpeanuts the tomboy j W515t 

Winds, the woods and the wan- 
derer j398 W61 

What Katie did. Woolsey j W916w 

What Katie did at school. Woolsey. 

jW916wa 

What Katie did next. Woolsey. jW916wb 
What Mr. Darwin saw in his voy- 
age round the world. Darwin. j500 D25 
What to do and how to do it. Good- 
rich jG655w 

Wheat and huckleberries. Vaile.. jV129w 
Wheeler, C. G. Woodworking for 

.. beginners j694 W56 

When Charles the First was king. 

Fletcher.. jF613w 



176 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



When r was a boy in China. Lee. 

J915.1L51 

When I was a little girl. Humph- 
rey JH926 

Whein Israel Putnam served the 

king. Kaler jK14w 

When London burned. Henty. .jH527wh 

Whistder. Simonds jS597w 

White, E. O. Eldnah and her bro- 
thers JW583 

Little girl of long ago j W583 1 

White cave. Stoddard jS869w 

White conquerors. Muuroe jM968wh 

Whitmarsh, H. p. Golden talis- 
man. JW615 

Whitney, Mrs. A. D. (T.) Boys at 

Chequasset jW617 

Zerub Throop's experiment jW6nz 

Whittier, J. G. 
Snow-bound, among the hills and 

other poems j811 W6l8 

ed. Child life j811 W61 

Widow O'Callaghan's boys. Zol- 
linger jZ86w 

Wiggins, Jfr«. Kate (D). ^SecRiggs, 
Mrs, K. (D.) W. • 

Wild animals I have known. Thomp- 
son. jT469w 

WiLKlNS, M. E. In colonial times. jW685 

Wilkinson, F. Story of the cotton 

plant j633 W65 

Will Shakespeare's little lad. 

Clark JC593 

WlLLABD, H. J. Lessons for little 
girls on kitchen and dining-room 
work j640 W66 

William Henry and his friends. 

Diaz jD542w 

Williams, Frederick Benton, 
pseud. See Hamblen. 

Williams, .T. L. Adventures of a 

freshman j W724 

Williamson, Mrs, M. L. Life of 

Gen. Thomas J. Jackson jB J13w 

Life of Gen. Robert E. Lee .... .jB L51w 
Winds, the woods and the wanderer. 

Wesselhoeft j3»8 W51 

Winning his way. Coffin jC675w 

Winter adventures of three boys in 

the great lone land. Young... . ...jY71 

Wise, J. S. Diomed jW812 

Wit bought. Goodrich jG655wi 



Witch Winnie. Champney jC4o3k 

Witch Winnie at Shinneoock. 

Champney. ..jC453s 

Witch Winnie at Versailles. Champ- 
ney jC453ve 

Witch Winnie in Holland. Champ- 
ney jC453h 

Witch Winnie in Paris. Champney. jC453p 
Witch Winnie inSpain.Champney.jC453sp 
Witch Winnie in Venice and the 

alchemist's story jC453v 

Witch Winnie's mystery. Champ- 
ney jC453m 

Witch Winnie's studio. Champney. jC453st 

With Clive in India. Henty jH527w 

With Cochrane the dauntless. Hen- 
ty ... . JH527WC 

With Crockett and Bowie. Henty. jH527wi 
With Frederick the great. Henty. 

jH527wf 

With LaFayette at Yorktown. Ka- 
ler.... iKHwl 

With Lawton and Roberts. Brooks. 

jB873w 

With Moore at Corunna. Henty. jH527wm 
With Warren at Bunker Hill. Ka- 
ler jK14"'t 

With the Black Prince. Stoddard. jS869wi 

With the swamp-fox. Kaler. jKMwi 

With Wolfe in Canada. Henty . . j H527 wi 

Women of worth j920 W84 

Won by the sword. Henty jH527wo 

Wonder-book. Hawthorne jH3i»9w 

Wonderful wizard of Oz. Baum. 

J398B32 

Wood, hay and stubble. Hamilton. 

JH218WO 

WooLSEY, S. C. Barberry bush . . . j W916 

Cross patch jW916c 

Guernsey Lily jW916g 

In the high valley jW916i 

Just sixteen jW916j 

Mischief's Thanksgiving jW916m 

New Year's bargain jW916n 

Nine little goslings jW916ni 

Not quite eighteen jW916no 

Round dozen ^ jW916r 

What Katie did jW916w 

What Katie did at school jW916wa 

What Katie did next jW916wb 

Word in season. Sargent jS245w 

Word: walks from Eden. Warner. 

J220W24 



JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. 



1 4 i 



Work. Alcott jA355w 

World and its inhabitants. Good- 
rich J900G62 

W'ORLD of girls. Meade jM481 w 

World of the great forest. Du- 

Cbaillu J591.5 D85w 

World's discoverers. Johnson... jOlO .763 
W^orld's foundations. Giberne. . j5oO G35 

Worth, not wealth jW89 

W^RExnc of the Golden Fleece. Leigh- 
ton jL529w 

Wright, H. C. Children's stories 

in American history j973 W93 

Children's stories in American lit- 
erature J810.4 W93 

Children's stories of American 

progress. j973 W93c 

Children's stories of the great 

scientists j920 W93 

Wright, J. E. As queer as she 

could be JW951 

Wright, M. O. Dream fox story 

book j398 W93 

Four-footed Americans and their 

kin j599 W93 

Tommy Ann aiid the three hearts. jW952t 

Wabeno the magician jW952w 

and CouES, Elliott. Citizen 

bird J598.2 W93 

WUDP the Saxon. Henty jH527wu 

Wyss, J, R. Swiss family Robinson . j W995 
Yankee enchantments. Loomis. . j398 L87 
Yankee ships and yankee sailors. 

Barnes jB261y 

Yellow fairy book. Lang j398 L25y 

Yonge, C. M. Richard the f earl ess.. jY55 
Young folks' history of France. . j944 Y8 
Young folks' history of Germany .j943 Y8 
Young folks' history of Greece.. . j938 Y8 
Young folks' history of Rome.. . . j937 Y8 
YouMANS, E. A. First book of bot- 
any j581 Y8 

Second book of botany j581 Y8s 

Young, E. R. Winter adventures of 

three boys in the great lone land.jY71 



Young colonists. Henty jHr)27y 

Young Crusoe. Harley jH285 

Young folks' book of American ex- 
plorers. Higginson J973.1 H53 

Young minuteman. Chipman jC541 

Young mountaineers. Murfree. ..jM975y 
Young people's cyclopaedia of com- 
mon things. Champlin RJ031 C35 

Young people's cyclopaedia of per- 
sons and places. Champlin. .jR903 C35 

Young Puritans in King Philip's 

war. Smith jS655y 

Young reporter. Drysdale j D811y 

Young savage. Krause jK91y 

Young yilgers. Reid jR357yo 

Youngest Miss Lorton. Perry . . . jP464y 
Zerub Throop's experiment. Whit- 
ney jweiiz 

Zigzag journeys around the world, 

Butterworth j910 B98 

Zigzag journeys in Acadia and 

New France. Butterworth. . j917. 16 B98 
Zigzag journeys in Australia. But- 
terworth J919.3 B98 

Zigzag journeys in Europe. Butter- 
worth j914 B98 

Zigzag journeys in northern lands. 

Butterworth j914 B98n 

Zigzag journeys in the antipodes. 

Butterworth j915 B98 

Zigzag journeys in the British isles. 

Butterworth j914 B98z 

Zigzag journeys in the Levant. But- 
terworth j915 B98 1 

Zigzag journeys in the Orient. But- 
terworth j915 B98o 

Zigzag journeys in the sunny south. 

Butterworth j917 B98s 

Zigzag journeys in the white city. 

Butterworth J917.3 B98 

Zimmerman, J. E. Gray heads on 

green shoulders jZ6 

Zollinger, Gulielma. Widow 

O'Callaghan'8 boys jZ86w 



Author and Title List 



Author and TitijE List. 



(Not iDcluding fiction, books for young i>eople and Oerman books.) 



A 

^ B C guide to photography. Bald- 
win 770 B19 

^ Be of electricity. Meadowcroft.537 M46 
^Bbadie, Jacques. Trait6 de la 

verite de la religion. 3v 090 Adl 

^Bbott, B. V. Judge and jury. .340 Ab2 
^Bbott, E. a. Shakesperean 

grammar 822.33 G 

Abbott, Ezra. Authorship of the 

fourth gospel 226.5 Ab2 

Abbott, H. G. Modem photogra- 
phy 770 Ab2 

Progressive lessons in photogra- 
phy 770Ab2p 

^BBOT, H. L. JU author. See Hum- 
phreys, A. A. 
ABBOTT, J. S. C. Adventures of La 

Salle B L338 

Civil war in America, v. 1. .973.7 qAb2 

Empire of Austria 943.6 Ab2 

History of Napoleon I. 2v B N216a 

History of Prussia 943 Ab2 

Italy and the war for Italian ihde- 

pendence 945 Ab2 

Kings and queens 920 Ab2 

Life and adventures of John Paul 

Jones B J77 

Life of Ferdinand de Soto B S715 

Mother at home , .173 Ab2 

Peter Stuyvesant B S938 

South and north 917.3 Ab2 

and Elwell, E. H. History of 

Maine. 974.1 Ab2 

— See also juvenile. 

i\ BBOTT, Jacob. Way to do good . 240 Ab2 

Young Christian 240 Ab2y 

— See dUto juvenile. 

A.BBOTT, Lyman. Christianity and 

social problems 204 Ab2 

Evolution of Christianity 213 Ab2 



Salvation from sin 234 Ab2 

Supernatural 231.7 Ab2 

Theology of an evolutionist 213 Ab2t 

Abbotsford and Newstead Abbey. 

Irving 817 Ir8 

Abercrgmbie, John. Intellectual 
powers and investigation of 
truth 150 Ab3 

Abnormal man. MacDonald 136 M14 

Abominations of modem society. 

Talmage 170 T14 

About, Edmond. Handbook of so- 
cial economy 330 Ab7 

— See also fiction. 

About Paris. Davis 914.436 D29 

Abrantes, DiM;/ieMD£(Mme.Junot.) 

Memoirs of Napoleon I. 2v . . B N216ab 

Abt, Franz. Wishing stone 782.8 Ab8 

Acad^mie Francaise Dictionaire. 

3v R443 Acl 

Ackerman, Bei\ G. E. Man a reve- 
lation of God 233 Ac5 

Acme library of standard biography. 

920 Ac6 

Across America and Asia. Pum- 

pelly 910 P96 

Across India at the dawn of the 

twentieth century. Guinness . 915.4 G94 

Across the continent. Bowles. .917.9 B68 

Across the plains. Stevenson 824 St48 

Actual Africa. Vincent 916 V74 

Adams, Abigail, JL author. See 
Adams, John. 

Adams, Brooks. Law of civilization 

and decay 901 Adl 

Adams, C. F. Jr. Charles Francis 

Adams. (Amer. statesmen.) B A211 

Adams, C. K. Democracy and mon- 
archy in France 944.04 Adl 

Manual of historical literature. 

R016.9Adl 



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AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



ed. Representative British ora- 
tions. 3v 825 Adl 

Adams, F. O. and Cunningham, 

C. D. Swiss confederation. .949.4 Adl 
Adams, G. B. European history. .940 Adl 

Mediaeval civilization 940.1 Adl 

Adams, Henry. John Randolph. 

(Amer. statesmen. ) B R193 

Adams, Bev, J. E. Missionary meth- 
ods 266 Adl 

Adams, J. Q. Letters to his son. 090 Ad 12 

Lives of Madison and Monroe B M182 

Adams, John. Works. 9v 308 Adl 

and Adams, Abigail. Familiar 
letters during the revolution, 

ed. by C. F. Adams 816 Adl 

atwiSEWELL, Jonathan. Novang- 

lus and Massachusettensis. .090 Adl 
Adams, Nehemiah. South side 

view of slavery 326 Adl 

Adams, O. F. Dictionary of Ameri- 
can authors R920 Adl2 

Adams, W. H. D. Life in the 

primeval world 560 Adl 

Lighthouses and lightships 627.9 Adl 

Old English worthies 920 Adl 

Temples, tombs and monuments of 

ancient Greece and Rome. .720.9 Adl 

Adams, W. I. L. Sunlight and 

shadow 770 Adl 

Addams, Jane. Function of the so- 
cial settlement 335.9 Ad2 

and others. Hull House maps and 

papers 367 Adl 

Addison, Joseph. Sir Roger de 

Coverly papers 824 Ad2si 

and Steele, Richard. Specta- 
tor 824 qAd2sp 

Ade, George. Fables in slang. . .817 Ad3 

More fables 817 Ad3m 

Adeler,Max, pseud. See Clark, C. H. 
AdLiER, Felix. Moral instruction 

of children. (Inter, edttc. scr.). .377 Ad5 

Adler, G. J. German and English, 
and English and German diction- 
ary R433.2 Ado 

Adventures in equatorial Africa. 

DuChaillu 916.7 Da5 

Adventures of Captain Bonneville, 

U. S. A. Irving 817 Ir8a 

Adventures of the Lady Ursula. 

Hawkins 822 H31 



Esthetic element in morality. 

Sharp 171.8 Sh2 

Aftermath. Longfellow 811 L86a 

Afternoon of unmarried life 396 C84 

Afterwhiles. Riley 811 R45 

Agassiz, Alexander, jt. authtyr. 

See Agassiz, Mrs E. C. 
Agassiz, Mrs. E. C. and Agassiz, 
Alexander. Seaside studies in 

natural history 593 Agl 

Agassiz, Louis. Geological 

sketches. 2v 550 Agl 

Methods of study in natural his- 
tory 590 Agfl 

Structure of animal life 590.4 Agl 

and Agassiz, Mrs. E. C. Journey 

in Brazil 918.1 Agl 

and Gould, A. A. Principles of 

zoology, pt. 1 590 Aglp 

and others. Tribune popular 

science 504 Agl 

Age of Anne. Morris 942.069 vI83 

Age of chivalry. Bulfinch 398 B8T 

AGE of fable. Bulfinch 292 B8T 

Age of Louis XIV. 2v. Martin. 944.033 M36 

Agnel, H. R. Book of chess 794 Ag6 

Aguilar, Grace. Women of Israel. 

2v 920 Agl» 

— See also fiction. 
Ahn, J. F. New method of learning 

the German language, v. 1-2.438.2 Ah6 
AiKiN, Lucy. Court of king Charles 

L 2v 942.062 qAi4 

—jt. author. See Channing, W. E. 
AiNSWORTH, Robert. Dictionary: 

English and Latin R473 Ai6 

Akenside,Mark. Poetical works.. 821 Ak3 
Akers, Rev. Peter. Biblical chro- 
nology 220.9 Ak3 

Akers, Rev. T. P. Sermons 252 Ak3 

Alaska, District op. Executive 
Dept. Report of governor. 1898. 
979.8 All 

Alaska and the Klondike. Heil- 

prin 917.98H36 

Albinus, B. S. Explicatio tabu- 
larum anatomicarum Bartholo- 
maei Eustachii, anatomic! . . . .090 f Al I 

Alcestis. Euripides 882 Eu7a 

Alcohol. Miller 178 M6l 

Alcott, a. B. ( 'Oncord days 814 Al 1 

Tablets 814 AlU 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



181 



AI-.00TT, L. M. Life, letters and 
journals of Louisa M. Alcott, ed, 

by Cheney B A355 

— tke cdso fiction and juvenile. 
A.X-.C50TT, W. A. Forty years in the 

wilderness of pills and powders.616 Al 1 

Tea and coflfee 613.3 Al 1 

Young housekeeper 640 Al 1 

Young man's guide 170 Al 1 

A. I-.DEN, Joseph. Natural speaker .808.5 A12 

A LDEN, Rev. Timothy. Ck)llection 
of American epitaphs and in- 
scriptions. 5v 090 Al 2 

Ai^DlNE 705 Al 2 

A. r^DRiCH, T. B. Poems 811 Al 2 

I'onkapog to Pesth 914 Al 2 

— See aUo fiction and juvenile. 

A. IL.EXANDER, Archibald. Authen- 
ticity of the holy scriptures. ..239 Al 3 
"Practical truths 240 Al 2 

-^t-EXANDER, H. C. Life of Joseph 

A. Alexander. 2v B A376 

A.I-.EXANDER, J. W. Life of Archi- 
bald Alexander B A374 

-^ rx^ER, W. R Doctrine of a future 

life 218 Al 3 

Friendships of women 396 Al 3 

Poetry of the east 811.08 Al 3 

Poetry of the Orient 811.08 Al 3p 

Solitudes of nature and of man. 177.8 Al 3 

-«V i^HAMBRA. Irving 817 Ir8al 

rJCE Lippincott memorial B L765 

usoN, Archibald. History of 

Europe. 6v 940.8 Al 4 

Military life of the Duke of Marl- 
borough B M347 

-Allen, A. V. G. Life and letters 

of Phillips Brooks 2v B B873 

Allen, D. O. India, ancient and 

modern 954 Al 5 

Allen, George. Life of Philidor . B P548 
Allen, Grant. European tour. .914 Al 5 

—See aUo fiction. 
Allen, J. H. Ten discourses on 

orthodoxy 230 Al 5 

and Greenouoh, J. B. Elemen- 
tary guide to writing in Latin. 

478.2 A15 

Latin grammar .475 Al 5 

Latin method 478.2 Al 5m 

Manual of instruction in Latin.478.6 Al 5 
Allen, J. W. Paul Dreifuss. . . .914 Al 52 



Allen, Mrs, Josiah. ptieud. See 
Holley. 

Allen, Paul. Expedition of Cap- 
tains Lewis and Clarke. 2v.. 917.8 Al 5 

Allen, W. F. Introduction to Latin 

composition 478.2 Al 52 

Short history of the Roman peo- 
ple 937 Al 52 

Allerton, W. S. History of the 

Allerton family 929.2 Al 5 

Allibone, S. a. Critical diction- 
ary of English literature. 3 v. 

R920 qA15 

Supplement. 2 v R920 q Al 5s 

Allsop, p. C. Telephones 654.6 Al 5 

Allston, Washington. Lectures 

on art, and poems 704 Al 5 

Alone in China. Ralph 915.1 R13 

Along French byways. Johnson. 914. 4 J63 
Alston, Margaret, pseiid. See 

Farquhar, Anna. 
Altgeld, J. P. Live questions. 

2v 304 Al 7 

Our penal machinery 343 Al 7 

Alvensleben, Max, Baron von. 

With Maximilian in Mexico. . . B M464 

Amand, Imbert de Saint- See 
Saint- Amand. 

Amateur photographer. Wallace.770 W15 

Amateur's practical garden-book. 

Hunn and Bailey 635 H89 

Ambros, W. a. Boundaries of mu- 
sic and poetry 780.1 Ami 

Ambrosius, Johanna. Poems . . 831 Ami 
Amenities of literature. 2 v. Dis- 
raeli 820.4 D63 

America today. Archer 917 Ar2 

American almanac. 1878-81-89.. R317 Am3 
American anthology. Stedman...8ll.08 St3 
American Bankers' Association. 
Reports of convention at Sara- 
toga 650.7 Am3 

American Bible Society. Speci- 
men verses from versions in dif- 
ferent languages 226 Am3 

American Book Company. Our 

new possessions 917.29 Am3 

American charities. Warner 360 W24 

American citizen. Dole 342.73 D69 

American colleges and the Ameri- 
can public. Porter 378 P83 



182 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



ABiERlCAN commonwealths, ed. by 
Scudder. 

Barrows, William. Oregon 079^5 B27 

Browne. W. H. Maryland 976.2 B81 

Carr, Lucien. Missouri 977.8 G23 

Cooke, J. E. Virginia 976.6C77 

CJooley, T. M. Michigan 977.4 C77 

Dunn. J. P. Indiana 977.2 D92 

Johnston, Alexander. (Connecticut 974.6 Jd4 

King.Rufus. Ohio 9T7.1K58 

Robinson, R. E. Vermont 974.3 R56 

Royce. Josiah. California 979.4 R81 

Shaler, N. S. Kentucky 976.9 Shi 

Spring, L. W. Kansas 978.1 Sp8 

Amfjiican cruiser in the east. Ford.910 F75 
American currency. Sumner. . . .332 Su6 

American cyclopedia. 16v R031 Am3 

American explorations in the ice 

zones. Nourse 919.8 N85 

American four-in-hand in Britain. 

Carnegie 914.2 C21 

American girl abroad. Trafton. .914 T67 

American highways. Shaler 625.7 Shi 

American Historical Society. 

Annual report. 1898 906 Am3 

American History series. 

Burgess, J. W. Middle period. 1817-58.. 973.5 B9I 

Fisher, S. P. Colonial era 973.2 F53 

Sloane, W. M. French war and the revo- 
lution 973.2 S15 

Walker, F. A. Makinjir of the nation. .973.4 WIS 

American houses. Sloan 728 SI 5 

American humorists. Haweis. . .920 H31 
American in Holland. Griffis. 914.92 G87 
American journal of education. 

1858 370.5 Am3 

American journal of medical sci- 
ence.. 1885-86 610.5 Am3 

American journal of science and 

art. 1846, 72-7(5 505 Am3 

American lands and letters. Mitch- 
ell. 2v 810.9 .V69 

American Medical Association. 

Transactions. 1873-74. v. 24-25. 
610.6 Am3 

American men of letters, ed. by C 
D. Warner. 
Beers. H. A. Nathaniel Parker Willis . B W7:» 
Bi^elow, John. William Cullen Bryant.. B B9I5 
Cary, Edward. Georiye William Curtis... B CVTH 

Frothinfirham. O. B GeorKc Ripley B R5H0 

Hif?{finson. T. W. Margaret Fuller 0.s.soli.B 084h 
Holmes. O. W. Ralph Waldo Emerson . . B E.=v:ih 
Lounsbury. T.R. James Fenimore Cooper. BC77G 
McMaster, J. B. Benjamin Frunklia .. .B FKUm 

Sanborn, F. B. Henry D. Thoreau B T4H« 

Scudder. H. E. Noah Webster B W:«-» 

Smyth. A. H. Bayard Taylor B T-.i38 



Warner, CD. Washinfrton Irving B 1 72v 

Woodbury, O. E. Edgar Allan Poe B P743 

American Metric Bureau. Met- 
ric bulletin 389 M56 

American microscopic journal. 1889. 

V. 10 505 Am3m 

American military biography. . .920 Am3 

American national preacher. 1853- 
54. V. 27-28 252 Am3 

American naturalist. 1868-79. v. 1- 

13 .505Am3n 

American newspaper directory. .070 Am3 

American Normal School. Ad- 
dresses and journals of proceed- 
ings .370.6 Am33 

American notebooks. 2v. Haw- 
thorne 917.44 H31 

American portrait gallery of distin- 
guished American statesmen and 
generals 920 Am33 

American reformers, ed. by Carlos 

Martyn. 
Barrows, J. H. Henry Ward Beecher..BB4Ub 
Kennedy, W. S. John Qreenleaf Whit- 
tier BWftftk 

Martyn, Carlos. Wendell Phillips B PSWm 

American Republics, Bureau of. 
Santo Domingo 972.^3 Am3 

American resources. Shaw 917 Sh2 

American salad book. DeLoup. .641 D37 

American slave-trade. Spears. .326.1 Sp3 

American socialism. Noyes 3.35 N8T 

American statesmen, ed, by J. T. 

Morse, Jr. 
Adams, C. F. Charles Francis Adams. . .B A^H 

Adams, H. John Randolph BRlW 

Gay. S. H. James Madison B Um 

Oilman, D. C. James Monroe BM753 

Hart, A. B. Salmon P.Chase BCtf? 

Hoist, H. von. John C. Calhoun B ClK 

Hosmer, J. K. Samuel Adams B Ail" 

Lodge, H. C. Alexanaer Hamilton B H21J 1 

Lodge, H. C. Daniel Webster B W376 1 

Lodge. H. C. George Washington . . . . B W3I8 1 
Lothrop. T. K. William Henry Seward . . B S514 

MeCall, S. W. Thaddeus Stevens B SM6 

McLaughlin, A. C. Lewis Cass B CW3 

Magruder, A. B. John Marshall B M30B 

Morse, J. T. Abraham Lincoln B L738in 

Morse, J. T. Benjamin Franklin B FSSlnoo 

Morse, J. T. John Adams BA214 

Morse, J. T. John Quincy Adams B Ail5 

Morse. J. T. Thomas Jefferson ,B J45 

PelJe w, George. John Jay B J42p 

Roosevelt.Theodore. Gouvemeur Morris. B M876 
Roosevelt.Theodore. Thomas H. Benton.. BB4T9 

Schurz. Carl. Henry Clay B 061tec 

Shepard, E. M. Martin Van Buron B Vai 



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183 



Stevens, J. A. Albert Gallatin B G 164 

Storpy. Moorfleld. Charles Sumner B S8688 

Sumner. W. G. Andrew Jackson B J 12s 

Tyler, M. C. Patrick Henry B H623 

A.MERICAN Tract Society. Publi- 
cations. V. 5-12 090 Am3 

A.MERICAN woman's home. Beecher 

and Stowe 640 B39a 

.\MERICAN writers of today. Vedder.920V51 
\MERICA*S working people. Spahr. 331. 8 Spl 
\MES, AZEL. Sex in industry. .331.4 Am3 
\MKS, Fisher. Standard whist for 

beginners 795 Am3 

.\me:s, J. G. Index of the publica- 
tions of the U. S. government. 

1889-93 R016..328 Am3 

\MES, Mrs, Mary (C.) See Hudson, 

Mrs. Mary {C.) 
\Micis, Edmoxdo de. C'onstanti- 

nople 914.96 Am5 

Holland and its people 914.9Z Am5 

Spain and the Spaniards 914.6 Am5 

— See also juvenile. 
\mmen, Daniei.. Atlantic coast. 

973.75 Am6 

.^MONG India's students. Wilder. 

266.54W64 

\MONG my books. 2v. Lowell. . .814 L95 
Among the Alaskans. Wright. 91 7. 98 W93 
AMONG the Arabs. Naphegyi. .915.3 N16 
\MONG the holy hills. Field . . . 915. 69 F45 
.\MONG the Isles of Shoals. Thaxter. 

917.42 T33 

\MOS, Sheldon. Science of law..340. 1 Am6 

\N abasis. Xenophon 888 X2a 

\ncient art and its remains. Mttl- 

ler 709 M91 

Vncient cities of the new world. 

C^harney 913.7 q('.37 

Vncient classics for English read- 
ers, ed. by W. L. Collins. 

Bi odribb. W. J. Demosthenes 885 D39y , 

Church. A. Ovid 871 Ov4 

and Brodribb. W. J. Pliny, letters. . .878 P71y 

CoUius. C. IV. Plato 888 PWy 

Sophocles 882 So6 

Collins. W. L. Aristophanes 882 Ar4y 

Cicero 875. 1 C48y 

Homer: Iliad 883 H75y 

Homer: Odyssey 883 HX'iyo 

Li vy 878 L7tfy 

Lucii^n 888 L96y 

Plautus and Terence H72 P69y 

Tbucydides 888 T4 >y 

Virgil 87J V8ly 

Coplestoo, R. S. Aeschylus 882 AeS 



Do vies. J. Catullus, Tibullus and Proper- 

tius 874 C88 

Hesiod and Theocrnis 888 H46y 

Donne. W. B. Euripides 882Eu7y 

Tacitus 878Tlly 

Grant, Sir A. Aristotle 888 Ar4y 

Xenophon » 888 X2y 

Mallock, W. H. Lucretius 871 L96 

Martin. T. Horace 874 H78y 

Morice. F. D. Pindar 884P86y 

Neaves. Lord C. Greek anthology • • . -884.0 N27y 

Swayne. G. C. Herodotus 888 HiSy 

Walford. E. Juvenal 8T7J98y 

Ancient law. Maine 340.1 M28 

ANDERSEN, H. C. Pictures of travel 

in Sweden and in Switzerland. 914 An2 

Story of my life B A544 

—See also fiction and juvenile. 
Anderson, Christopher. Annals 

of the English Bible 220.9 An2 

Anderson, Mrs. Galusha. Life of 

Lizzie Aiken B A291 

Anderson,.!. J. Historical reader.973 An25 
Manual of general history 909 An2 

Anderson, Mary. (A) few memo- 
ries B A548 

Anderson, R. B. America not dis- 
covered by Columbus 973.1 An2 

Norse mythology 293 An2 

Andersonville. McElroy . . .973.77 M15 
Andersson, C. J. Lake Ngami . .916.8 An2 
Andr^e's balloon expedition. La- 

charabre and Machuren 919.8 LU 

Andrews, Byron. Life and 

speeches of William McKinley .B M158 

Andrews, C. C. Brazil 981 An2 

Andrews, C. M. Historical develop- 
ment of modern Europe. 2v . .940.9 An2 

Andrews, E. B. Brief institutes 

of general history 909 An2r) 

History of the last quarter century 

in the U. S. 2v 97.3.8 An2 

History of the U. S. 2v 973 An2 

Institutes of economics .3.30 An2 

Andrews, G. H. Modern hus- 
bandry «:W An2 

ANimEW.s, J. N. History of the Sab- 
bath and first day of the week.2«3 An2 
Anecdotes and illustrations of I). L. 

Moody 244 M77 

AN(JEL world. Bailev 821 B15 

Animal intelligence. Romanes. .591.') R(k5 
Animal locomotion. Pettiyrrew . ..*>91.4 P4i'> 
Animal mechanism. Marev 591.4 M3^i 



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AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Annals of the west. Perkins 977 P41 

Annesley, Charles. Standard 

operaglass 782 An7 

Annual of scientific discovery. 1852, 

66-71 ..505 An7 

Anthing, Frederick. Campaigns 

of Count Alexander Suwarow. 

2v 947.06 An8 

AntH3NY,S.B..;7. author. ^S^f St Anton. 
Anthdny, W. a. jL author. See 

Thompson, E. P. 
Antietam and Frelericksburi^. 

Palfrey 973,73 P17 

Antoninus, M. A. Thoughts . . .188 An8 

Apes and monkeys. Garner 599.8 G18 

Apologia pro vita sua. Newman.. B N553 

Apostles. Renan 225.9 R29 

Apostolic and modern missions. 

Martin ...266 M.36 

Apostolic fathers. Writings. . .241 Ap4 

Apperception. Hooper.". .' 152 R67 

Appleton, J. H. Chemistry. ..546.1 Apo 
Appleton's annual cyclopedia. 

1861-(i//<e .R031 Ap6 

Appleton's cyclopedia of Ameri- 
can biography. 6 v R920 Ap5 

Appleton's cyclopedia of applied 

mechanics. 2 v R6()3 Ap5 

Appleton's dictionary of machines, 

mechanics, et«. 2 v R603 Ap5d 

Apuleius. Works 878 Ap9 

Arber, Edward, f(L Story of the 

pilgrim fathers 973.2 Arl 

Arblay, Mme. Frances (B.) d'. 

Diary and letters. 7 v B A665 

— See aho fiction. 
Archer, T. A. and Kin(}sford,C. L. 
C r usad es. ( Sto ry of th^e nat io ns.) 

940.4 Ar2 

Archer, William. America to- 
day 917 Ar2 

Architects of fate. Marden. . .374 M33a 
Arctic boat journey. Hayes. . .919.8 H32 

Arctic journal. Peary, 919.8 P31 

Arena. 1891-rf/i/e. v. ^-dnte 051 Ar3 

Arena album 920 qAr3 

Arey, H. W. Girard college and 

its founder B G518 

Argyll, Duke of. See Campbell, 

Sir G. D. 
Ariosto, Ludovico. Orlando furi- 

oso. 5v 090 Ar45 



ARiSTEiE Historia 090 Ar4 

Aristocracy in England. Badeau. 

914.2 B14 

Aristophanes. Comoedlas 882 Ar4 

Aristophanes' apology. Brown- 
ing 821B822a 

Arizona — ExectUive dept. Report of 

governor. 1891-93, 96 979.1 Ar4 

Armazindy. Riley 811 lUia 

Armies of today 355 M55 

Arms and armour. Boutell .399 B66 

Army under Pope. Ropes 973.73 R68 

Arnault, M. A. and Panckouck, 
C. L. F. Life and campaigns of 

Napoleon I ..B N21()ar 

Arnold, Edwin. Light of Asia . . 821 M 

Light of the world 821 Art) I 

Marquis of Dalhousie's adn^nistra- 

tion of British India 954 Art) 

Pearls of the faith 821 Artip 

Arnold, I. N. Life of Lincoln . . . .B LT3« 
Arnold. K. T. Practical introduc- 
tion to Greek prose composition. 
488.2 Art) 

Arnold, Matthew. Culture and 

anarchy 824 Art) 

Discourses in America 824 Ar6d 

Essays in criticism. 824 Artie 

God and the Bible 2."^9 Art) 

Higher schools and universities in 

Germany 378 Ar6 

Last essays on church and reli- 
gion 204 Art) 

Literature and dogma 239 Ar6 1 

Mixed essays 824 Ar6m 

New poems 821 Ar65n 

On the study of Celtic literature 
and on the translation of Ho- 
mer 824 AHk) 

Poems 821 Ar6op 

Apnold, S. a. and Kittredge, G. 

L. Mother tongue. 2v 425 Ar6 

Arnold, Thomas. Life and corres- 
pondence of Thomas Arnold, ed. 

by Stanley. 2v B A759 

Lectures on modern history 940 Art) 

A RNOULD, .Joseph. Life of Thomai; 

Denman. 2v BW^^ 

Around the world in the yacht **Sun- 

beam. '' Brassoy 910 B73 

i Art education. Smith 707 Sm6 

ART for America. Partridge 704 P25 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



185 



RT for art '8 sake. Van Dyke 750 V28 

RT in needlework. Day and Buckle. 

i 746 D33 

RT in the Netherlands. Taine. ..759 T13 

RT journal. 1872-81. . . ^ 705 Ar7 

RT life and theorie *. Wagner. .782.2 W12 
.RT of beautifying suburban home 

grounds. Scott 712 Sco8 

iRT of optimism as taught by Robert 

Browning. Hyde 149.5 H99 

lRT of speech. 2v. Townsend . . 420.7 T66 
lRT of writing English. Meikle- 

john 808 M47 

iRT treasures of Germany. 2v 708 Ar7 

iRT Union of Central Illinois. Pro- 
ceedings. 1883-89 706 Ar7 

ARTHUR, T. S. and Carpenter, W. 

H. Georgia. 975.8 Ar7 

Kentucky 976.9 Ar7 

Virginia 975.5 Ar7 

—jt. author. See Carpenter, W. H. 
— See aUo fiction and juvenile. 
rthur, William. Tongue of fire.238Ar7 
rtman, William and Hall, L. V. 

Beauties and achievements of 

the blind 371.9 Ar7 

rts of life. Bowker 170 B67 

JRVINE, K. Cyclopedia of moral 

and religious anecdotes 244 Ar8 

S seen by me. Bell 914 B41 

s talked in the sanctum. Wildman. 

814 W64 

s we were saying. Warner 814 W24 

s you like it. See Shakspere. 
SHMOREi Ruth, pseud. Business 

girl in every phase of her life. 170 As3 

SHTON, Charles and oe^ertf. Hand- 
book of Iowa 977.7 As3 

.SHTON, W. G. History of Japanese 

literature 895 As8 

^PECT of fiction. Matthews 813 M43 

.STOBIA. Irving 817 Ir8as 

.T home and abroad. Taylor 910 T21 

.T home and in war. Verestchagin. B V531 

.t last. Kingsley 917.29 K61 

tTHERTON, William. Sufferings 

and defeat of the N. W. army . 973. 5 A t4 
.TKlNSONfBSDWARO. Industrial pro- 
gress of the nation 338 At5 

Science of autrltion 641 At5 

.TKINSON, PhUiIP.. Dynamic* elec- 
tricity and magnetism .5.S7 A&y 



Ellectric transformation of power. 

537.8 At5 

Electricity for everybody 537 At5e 

Elements of electric lighting. 537.83 At5 
Atkinson, T. W. Travels in the 
regions of the upper and lower 
Amoor 915 At5 

Atlantic monthly. lS5S-date. v. 1- 

daU 051 A t6 

Index. V. 1-38 R051 At6i 

Atlantis. Donnelly 913.39 D71 

Attach^ in Madrid. Calderon . 914.6 C12 
ATTAiNMENiV of womanly beauty. 

Turner 391.6 T85 

Attfield, John. Chemistry 540 At8 

AUBER, D. P. E. Fra Diavolo. ...782 Au 1 
Masaniello 782 Au Im 

Aubrey, W. H. S. Rise and growth 

of the English nation. 3v 942 Au 1 

Audubon, Lucy. Life of John J. 

Audubon B A914 

AUERSPERQ, A. A. Ccfunt VON. (An- 
astasius GrQn.) Last knight, fr. 
by Sargent 831 Au3 

AURORA Leigh. Browning 821 B82 

Austin, Alfred. England's dar- 
ling 821 Au7 

English lyrics 821 Au7e 

Austin, G. L. Life and times of 
Wendell Phillips. (Anur. re- 
formers.) B P564 

Life of Franz Schubert 780 Sch7 

Life of Longfellow B L853 

Authors and friends. Fields 920 F46 

AUTOCRAT of the breakfast table. 

Holmes 817 H73 

Autumn holidays of a country par- 
son. Boyd 824 B69 

Ave Roma immortal is. 2 v. Craw- 
ford. 914.56 C85 

Avenger. De Quincey 824 D44a 

Awakening of a nation. Lummis. 

917.2 L97 

Awakening of the east. Leroy- 

Beaulieu 950 L56 

Ayer, N. W. & Son. American 

newspaper annual. 1889, 98. ..070 Ay 2 

Aytoun, W. K and Martin, Theo- 
dore. Book of ballads 821 Ay9 

AZARiAS, Brother, pttend. See Mul- 
lanv. 



186 



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B, G. Ludiis Scacchiae: chesse play. 

090 Bll 

Babcock, Bebnie. Daughter of a 

republican 33L84 Bll 

Babelon, Ernest. Manual of ori- 
ental antiquities ... 709 Bll 

Babylonians and Assyrians. 

Sayce. 935.4 Sa9 

Bachelor bluff. Bunoe 818 B88 

Baohi, Pietbo. Grammar of the 

lulian language 458 B12 

Backlog studies. Warner. 817 W24 

Backsheesh. Knox 915 K77 

Backus, William, jt. author. See 

Cleaveland. 
Bacon, A. M, Japanese interior. 915. 2 B13 
Bacon. E. M. ed. Boston illustrated. 

917.446B13 

Dictionary of Boston 917.446 B13d 

Bacon, Francis. Essays, and col- 
ours of good and evil 192 BlSw 

Elssays with annotations 192 BlSe 

Works. 12v 192B13 

Bacon, G. B. comp. Siam 915.93 B13 

Bacon, Henry. Parisian art and 

artists , 759.436 B13 

Bacon, Leonard. Genesis of the 

New England churches 277.4 B13 

Baddeck. Warner 817 W24b 

Badeau, Adam. Aristocracy in 

England. 914.2 B14 

Military history of Ulysses S. . 

Grant. 3v B G763b 

Vagabond 814 B14 

BiEDEKER, Karl. Central Italy: 

hand-book 914.5 B14 

Italian hand-buch 914.5 B14i 

Northern Italy; hand-book 914.5 B14n 

Paris and its environs 914.436 B14 

United States 917.3 B14 

Bagehot, Walter. English con- 
stitution 342.42 B14 

Physics and politics 301 B14 

Bailey, J. M. (Danbury Newsman.) 

Life In Danbury 817 B15 

Bailey, L. H. Principles of agri- 
culture 630.7 B15 

—Miller, Wilhelm and oUiers. 
Cyclopedia of American horticul- 
ture. 3v 716 B15 

— jt, author. See Hunn, 

Ik 



Bailey, P. J. Angel world 821 B 3. 

Pestus 821 Bli^ 

Baillie, Jqanna. Dramatic and 

poetical works 822 Bl. ^ 

Baillie, Rev, John. Life studies. .920 Bl.<f 
Baillie-Grohmann, W. a. See 

Grohmann. 
Bain, Alexander. Education as a 

science , 370 BL ^ 

E^lish composition and rhetoric.808 Bl Ci 

Mind and body 131 Bl e^ 

Baird, C. W. Huguenot emigration 

to America. .2v,.., ....284.5 B14f^ 

Baird, H. C. Painter, gilder and 

vamisher's companion 698 Bl^^ 

Baird, Robert. Religion in Amer- 
ica 277 Bl^^ 

Baird, S. P., Cassin, John and 
Lawrence, G. N. Birds of 

North America. 2v R589.2 fBlfli^ 

Baker, C. E. New business arith- 
metic ...511 Bl ' 

Practical grammar 425 Bl"^ 

Practical stenography 653 Bl'^S 

—jt. author. See Merriman. 
Baker, Daniel. Series of revival 

sermons 252 Bl«^ 

Baker, G. A. Point lace and dia- 
monds. 811 BIT"^ 

Baker, James. Turkey 914.96 BIT 

Baker, S. W. Albert Nyanza. .916.2 BlT^ 
Eight years* wanderings in Cey- 
lon. 915.48 BIT 

Nile tributaries of Abyssinia... 91^3 BIT 

Wild beasts and their ways 599 BIT 

— See also juvenile. 

Baker, Theodore, comp. Biograph- 
ical dictionary of musicians. R780.3 BIT 
Bakewell, F. C. Great facts. ...608 BIT 

Balance of power. Hassall 94a7 H2T 

Balaustion's adventure. Brown- 
ing. ...... , 821 B822b 

Baldwin, J. D. Ancient America. 

913.7 B19 

Pre-historic nations 930 B19 

Baldwin, J. G. 'Flush times of Ala- 
bama and Mississippi 817 B19 

Baldwin, J. M. Mental develop- 
ment in the child and the race. 150 B18 

Story of the mind 150 BlSs 

Baldwin, James. Bookrlover. ...028 B19 

— See also juvenile. 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



187 



ft 
ft 

ft. 

ft_ 



EL 



Baldwin, Joseph. Elementary psy- 
chology and education 150 B19 

Psychologry applied to the art of 

teaching 150 B19p 

Baldwin, T. S. ABC guide to 

photography 770 B19 

BAI.DWIN, W. E. Advanced lessons 
in human physiology and hy- 
giene 612 B19 

ft-A.LESTlER, C. W. Sketch of J. G. 

Blaine B 6634 

— See also fiction. 

ft-A. LFOUR, A. J. Foundations of be- 
lief ..140 B19 

ft -A. LL, Sir R. S. Story of the heavens. 

523 B21 

^ A. LL, W. W. R. History of mathe- 
matics 510.9 B21 

LL ADS. Thackeray 828 T32 

LLADS and barrack-room ballads. 

Kipling 821 K62b 

LLOU, M. M. Biography of Rev. 

Hosea Ballou B B193 

-"^^ LMES, James. European civiliza- 
tion 282 B21 

-*V.LZAC, Honors de. Letters to 

Madame Hanska 846 B21 

— —See alito fiction. 
-■''V.NCROFT, George. History of the 

U. S 973 B22 

^^lemorial address on Lincoln. . . B L736B 
^■'Xncropt, H. H. Native races of 

the Pacific states. 5 v 970.1 B22 

--^NGS, J. K. Bicyclers 812 B22b 

dooming of Acre Hill 817 B22 

^Joffee and repartee 817 B22c 

Knchanted typewriter 817 B22e 

House-boat on the Styx 817 B22h 

Idiot 817 B22i 

Mr. Bonaparte of Corsica 817 B22m 

Purauit of the house-boat 817 B22p 

— See lUito fiction. 
Banks, Rev. L. A. Immortal hymns 

and their story 245 B22 

Immortal songs of camp and field. 784 B22 

Banvabd, John. Life of George 

IV B G347b 

Barber, J. W. Hand-book of illus- 
trated proverbs 398 B23 

—and Howe, Henry. Western 

states and territories 917.3 B23 

Barclay, John. Rise, progress and 

persecution of the Quakers.. 289. 6 B23r 



Barclay, Robert. Apology for the 

true Christian divinity 289.6 B232 

Bardeen, C. W. Authors' birth- 
days. 1898-99. 3v 808.5 B23 

Barham, R. H. Ingoldsby legends. 827 B2:^ 

Barine, Arv^de. Bemardin de St. 

Pierre. [Great Fr. writers. ) . . . .B B;>23 

Baring-Gould, Sabine. See Gould. 

Barlow, E. H..yY. authftr, »SW Shel- 
don, E. A. 

Barnard, H. Oral training lessons 

in natural science 507 B25 

Barnes, A. S. Brief history 909 B2« 

Barnes, Albert. Notes on Isaiah. 

2v. 224.1 B26 

Notes on the epistles of Paul. 4v .227 B26 
Notes on the gospels. 2v 226 B26n 

Barnes, I. H. Behind the pardah. 

266.54 B26 

Barnum, P. T. Humbugs of the 

world i:i3 B26 

— See also juvenile. 
Barrera, Mnie, de. Memoirs of 

Rachel B R119 

Barrett, J. O. Life of Lincoln . . B L736ba 

Looking beyond 13,3.9 B27 

Barrett, John. Admiral George 

Dewey B D519 

Barrett, Lawrence. Edwin For- 
rest BF728 

Barrett, W. A. English glees and 

part-songs 784 B27 

Barrie, J. M. Margaret Ogilvy . . B B275m 

— See also fiction. 
Barrinoik)N, B. ('. Magna Charta. 

342.42 B27 

Barrows, J. H. C'hristian conquest 

of Asia 275 B27 

Henry Ward Beecher B B414b 

Barrows, S. J. Baptist meeting- 
house 28(iB27 

Barrows, William. Oregon ...979.5 B27 

Barruel, Augustin de, Ahbe. 

Memoirs of Jacobinism (HK) B27 

Barry, P. Fruit garden (J34 B27 

Barth, Henry. Travels in north 

and central Africa. 3v 9l().6 B28 

Bartholomew, G. K. Grammar of 

the I^tin language 475 B28 

Latin gradual 478.2 B28 

Bartlett, J. H. Words and phrases 

peculiar to the U. S 427 B28 



188 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Bartlett, John, ecL Familiar quo- 
tations R808.8 B28 

Barton, Bernard. Memoir, letters 

and poems B B293 

Bascom, H. R Sermons 252 B29 

Basgom, John. .^Esthetics 701 B29 

Ethics 170 B29 

Social theory 301 B29 

Bashkirtseff, Marie. Journal.. BB299 

Basket of chips. Brougham 828 B79 

Bastiat, M. F. Political economy .330 B29 

Bateman, Newton. School laws 

and common school decisions of 
Illinois. 379 B31 

and Selby, Paul, ed. Historical 

cyclopedia of Illinois 977.3 B31 

Bates, Arix). Talks on the .study 

of literature 807 B31 

Talks on writing English 808 B31 

— See also fiction. 

Bates, G. W. Sandwich island 

notes 919.6 B31 

Bates, K. L. Spanish highways and 

byways 914.6B31 

Wedding-day book 808.8 B31 

Baths and bathing 613 H34 

Batten, J. M. Two years in the U. 

S. navy 973.75 B32 

Battle. Clarke 811 C55 

Battle of the books. Dodge 814 D66 

Battle of Waterloo 090 B32 

Battle-pieces. Melville 811 M49 

Battles and leaders of the civil 

war. 4v. Johnson an4Buell. 97.3. 7 «T63 
Baxter, Re\\ Richard. Call to the 

unconverted 090 B33 

Reformed pastor 251 B33 

Saints' everlasting rest 242 B33 

Baxter, William. Life of Elder 

Walter Scott B S425 

Bayne, Peter. Christian life. ...920 B34 

Elssays in biography and criticism. 

2v 820.4 B34 

Bazaars and fancy fairs. Muir. .791 M89 

Bazan, E. M. Russia 914.7 B34 

Bazar book of decorum 390 B.34 

Bazar book of health 613 B.34 

Beacon biographies, ed,hy M. A. 
D. Howe. 

Brady, C. T. Stephen Decatur B D^91 

Sedgwick, Ellery. Thomas Paine B PUT 

Beacon lights of history. Lord. 7v.920L88 

Beaoonspield, Earl of. See Dis- 
raeli. 



Beadle, J. H. Life in Utah 298 B35 

Beale, L. S. How to work with the 

microscope 578 B3^> 

Beale, Stephen. Profitable poul- 
try keeping 6.S6.5 mn 

Beath, R B. History of the Grand 

army of the republic 973.76 B38 

Beattie, James. Poetical works. 821 B^H 

Beaulieu, Ana le Leroy- See 
Leroy-Beaulieu. 

Beautiful in music. Hanslick . . 780. 1 H19 

Beocaria, C. B. Crimes and their 

punishments 090 B.38 

Beck, HL. H. Cuba's fight for free- 
dom and the war with Spain. 973.9 1^3 

Beck, L. C. Gazetteer of Illinois 

and Missouri 090 B.385 

Becker, W. A. Charicles 913.38 B38 

Gallus 913.37 R'JS 

Becket, Thomas A. See Thomas a 
Becket. 

Beckmann, John. History of inven- 
tions, discoveries and origins. 
2v 608 B38 

Bbckwith, Arthur. Majolica and 

fayence 738 B38 

Bbckwith, H. W. History of Ver- 
milion county, Illinois 977.32 B38 

Bedell, Frederick and Crehore. 

A. C. Alternating currents. ..537 B39 

Beecher, C. E. House-keeper and 

health-keeper 640 B39 

and Stowe, Mrs, Harriet (B.) 
American woman's home 640 B39a 

Beecher, Edward. Concord of 

ages .- 233 B39 

Narrative of riots at Alton 090 B3H 

Beecher, H. W. **The American 

War'* 973.7 qB39 

Lectures to young men 170 B39 

Life of Jesus, the Christ 232.9 B3» 

Patriotic addresses in America 

and England 973.7 B39p 

Prayers from Plymouth pulpit. .264 B39 

Sermons in Plymouth church, 

Brooklyn. 2v 252B39 

Star papers ..814 B39 

Yale lectures on preaching. 2v. .251 B38 

— See also fiction. 

Beecher, Mm. H. W. Motherly 

talks with voung housekeepers. 

640B392 

— See uLho fiction. 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



189 



Bbecheb, Lyman. Autobiogrraphy, 

correspondence, etc. 2v B B4145 

Lectures on skepticism 211 B39 

Beedy, H. C. I^others of Maine. .920 B39 
Reeks, H. A. Century of American 

literature. 1776-1876 810.9 B39 

Nathaniel Parker Willis B W735 

Outline sketch of American litera- 
ture 810.9 B39o 

Outline sketch of English litera- 
ture 820.9 B39 

BRESL.Y, A. H. Gracchi, Marius and 

Sulla 937.05 B39 

Beesly, El. S. Queen Elizabeth. 

(Twelve Eng. ntaUsmen.) B E43 

Beethoven, LuDWio von. Pidelio.782 B39 

Letters 780 B39 

Beeton, Mrs. S,0, Every-day cook- 
ery and housekeeping book 641 B39 

Begos, S. R. Early history of the 

west 977 B39 

Brcunners of a nation. Eggleston. 

973.2 Eg3 

Becjinnings of New England. Fiske. 

974 F54 

Behind the pardah. Barnes. .266.54 B26 
Behind the scenes in Washington. 

Martin 917.53 M36 

Belcher, Diana, Lady. Mutineers 
of the bounty in Pitcalm and 
Norfolk islands 997 B41 

Belcher, Henry. Short exercises 

in Latin prose composition. .478.2 B41 

Belcher. Joseph. Historical 

sketches of hymns 245 B41 

Bell, Lilian. As seen by me 914 B41 

— See also fiction. 

Bell, N. R. E. Elementary history 

of art 709 B41 

Bell, Robert. Life of George 

Canning B C225 

Bellamy, William. Century of 

charades 793 B41 

Bellini, VmcpNzo. I Puritani . . 782 B41 

La somnambula 782 B41 1 

Norms 782 B41n 

Bellows, A. J. How not to be sick . 613 B41 

Philoeophy of eating 613.2 B41 

Bellows, H. W. Old world in its 

new face. 2 v 914 B412 

Beltrami, J. C. Pilgrimage in 

Europe and America, v. 2. . . .090 B41 



Bemis, E. W. ed. Municipal mon p- 

olies 352 B42 

Bench work in wood. Goss 694 G69 

BenM:t, S. V. Treatise on military 
law and the practice of courts- 
martial 355 B43 

Benoer, E. O. Anne Boleyn B B688 

Benjamin, Park. U. S. naval acad- 
emy, : . . . .369 B43 

Benjamin, R. M. Elementary law. 

340.7 B43 

Law of contracts 347.4 B43 

Benjamin, S. G. W. Our Ameri- 
can artists 750L B43 

Troy 939.21 B43 

Turk and Greek 914.95 B43 

Bennett, G. L, Second Latin 

writer 478.2 B43 

Bennett, J. C. Poultry book. .636.5 B43 

Bennett, Rev. John. Letters to a 

young lady 090 B43 

Benson, A. C. and Tatham, H. F. 

W. Men of might 920 B44 

Bent, S. A. Familiar short sayings 

of great men. R808.8 B44 

Benton, T. H. Thirty years' view. 

2v 973.5 B44 

Beowulf, tr. by Hall 829 B45 

Beranger, J. P. de. Lyrical poems. 

841 B45 

Berard, a. B. School history of the 

U. S 973 B45 

Beresford,Charles, Lord. Break- 
up of China 915.1B46 

Berly, J. A. Electrical directory 

and advertiser R537 B45 

Bernheim, H. Suggestive thera- 
peutics 615.782 B45 

Bernstein, Julius. Five senses 

of man 152 B46 

Besant, Sir Walter. French hu- . 

morisU 840.4 B46 

London 942 B46 

Pen and the book 655 B46 

Rise of the empire 325.342 B46 

— See aJso fiction. 

Bessey, C. E. Botany 580 B46 

Best reading 016 B46 

Best reading. Perkins 028 P41 

Between Caesar and Jesus. Herron. 

335.7 H43 

Between the gates. Taylor. .917.94 T213 



190 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Beuve, C. a. Sainte- See Sainte- 

Beuve. 
Be VANS, John. Christian religion 

of the society of Friends 289.6 B46 

Bewick collector. Hugo 012 H87 

Beyond the Mississippi. Richard- 
son 917.3R39 

Beyond the Rockies. Stoddard. 917. 94 St6 

BHAGAVAD-GITA. Thomson 891.2 T38 

Bible 220.5 H74 

Bible in the public schools 377.1 B47 

Bible lands. Phelps 915.69 P51 

BiBLiOTHECA saora and theological 

eclectic. 205 B47 

BiCKERSTETH, E. H. Two brothers . 821 B47 
Yesterday, today and forever. .821 B47y 

BiCKMORE, A. S. Travels in the 

East Indian archipelago 919.1 B76 

BiCKNELL, A. L. Life in the Tuiler- 

ies under the second empire. 944.07 B47 

Bicyclers. Bangs 812 B22b 

BiDDLE, T. E. Amateur sailing in 

open and half-decked boats 797 B47 

Corinthian yachtsman 797 B47c 

BiQELOW; Jacob. Nature in dis- 
ease 616 B48 

BiQELOW, John. William Cullen 

Bryant B B915 

BiGELOW, POULTNEY. History of 
the German struggle for liberty. 
2v 943.06 B48 

Biggs, C. H. W. Electrical engi- 
neering 621.3 B48 

Bigham, Clive. Ride through 

western Asia 915 B48 

Big LOW papers. Lowell 811 L95b 

Binet, ALFRED and F^.R^, Charles. 

Animal magnetism 134 B51 

Bingham, J. M,jt. author. See Mc- 
Dowell. 
Bingham, J. S. Incomparable game 

of chess 794 B51 

Bingham, N. W. Book of athletics 

and of out-oi-door sports. 796 B51 

Biography of a baby. Shinu. . . ..150 Sh6 
Biography of a grizzly. Thompson. 

599 T37 

Bird, Isabella. See Bishop, Mrs. 

I. L. (B.) 

Bird-life. Chapman 598.2 C.36 

Bird-lover in the west. Miller. 

598.2 M61b 



Bird neighbors. Doubleday 598.2 Dl'i 

Bird studies with a camera. Chap- 
man ..598.2 cm 

Bird ways. Miller 598.2 M«l 

Birds' calendar. Parkhurst. . . .598.2 P22 
Birds of North America. Baird. 

R59^.2fBK' 

Birds that hunt and are hunted. 

Doubleday 598.2 qDl^b 

Birds through an opera glass. Mer- 

Ham 598.2 M5^'» 

BiRKBECK, Morris. Letters from 

Illinois 090 B53 

Notes on a journey in America.090 BiHn 
Bishop, Mrs. I. L. (R) Korea and 

her neighbors 915.19 Br>4 

Unbeaten tracks in Japan. 2 v.. 915.2 Br>:i 
Yangtze valley and beyond. 2 v. 

915.1 Br>4 

Bishop, W. H. Old Mexico and her 

lost provinces 917.2 B;V4 

Bishop of Africa. Davies B TJ^T 

Bits of talk. Jackson. 17:U 1^ 

Bits of travel. Jackson 914.5 J 1 -^ 

Bits of travel at home. Jackson.. 917.3 J 1-^ 

Bitter-sweet. Holland 811 Hi 1 

Black, Alexander. Photography 

in-doors and out 770 Bi>** 

—See also juvenile. 
Black, C. B. Guide to Ireland.. 914. 15 ^^ 

Black and white. Fortune 3.31 P^ " 

Blackburn, Henry. Artists and 

Arabs 915.3 3^' 

Normandy picturesque .914.4 ^o<> 

Blackhawk. Life B B3^ 

Blackie, J. S. Four phases of moi'- 

als 170 B.^* 

On self culture .374 B5b' 

Wisdom of GOthe .838 B3« 

Blackie, W. G. ed. Imperial gaz- 
etteer. 2 y R910qB56' 

Blackstone, Sir William. Com- 
mentaries on the laws of Eng- 
land. 2y.. 347 B.% 

Blackwood, F. T. H. T. Yacht 

voyage 919.8 B56 

Blackwood's Edinburgh maga- 
zine. 1868-80. V. 10:^127 052 B56 

Blaikie, W. G. Life of David Liv- 
ingstone BL'JSS 

Blaikie, William. How to get 
strong and how to stay so. . ..613.7 B51 



AUTHOR AND TITLH: LIST. 



191 



Sound bodies for our boys and 

girls 613.7 B578 

Blaine. J. G. Memorial address on 

James A. Garfield B qG231 

Twenty years of Congress. 2v..973.71 B57 

Klair, H. W. Temperance move- 
ment 178 B15 

Blair, Hugh. Lectures on rhetoric 

and belles lettres 808 B57 

^L AIR, Walter. Latin pronuncia- 
tion 478 B57 

tL. A MEL. ESS prince. Stedman 811 St3 

L.A.NC, A. A. P. C. Grammar of 

pminting and engraving 750 B59 

L.A.NC, Louis. History of ten years. 

1830-40. 2v 944.06 B59 

^ANCHAN, Neltje, pseud. See 
Duubleday. 

-A.NCHARD, Rev. J. and Rice, N. 

L. Debate on slavery 326 B59 

- A.NCHARD, Laman. Sketches from 

life. 3v 828 B59 

--A.SIUS, William. Storms. ...551.5 B61 

— A.ZE DE BURY, Yetta. BVench 

literature of today 840.4 B61 



Bloominqton and Normal direc- 
tory. 1873-date 917.732 B621 

Bloss, C. a. Heroines of the cru- 
sades 920 B62 

Blot, Pierre. Hand-book of prac- 
tical cookery 641 B622 

Blouet, Paul. (Max O'Rell.) 
English Pharisees and French 

crocodiles 847 B62 

Frenchman in America 917.3 B62 

John Bull and Co 914.2 B62 

John Bull and his island 914.2 B62j 

Jonathan and his continent. . .917.3 B62j 
Blow, S. E. Letters to a mother. 372.2 B62 

Symbolic education 372.2 B62sy 

and Eliot, H. R. Mottoes and 
commentaries of Friedrich 

Frfibel's mother play 372.2 B62m 

Blue coats. Truesdale 973.78 T76 

Boat life in Egypt and Nubia. 

Prime 916.2 P93 

Boat life in the holy land. Prime. 

915.69 pas 

Boating trips on New England 

rivers. Fellows 917.4 F33 



-X ND, M ATHILDE. George Eliot . . B E42 h BOB. 



Lanier 814 L27 



BocCACXJio, GIOVANNL 11 decamer- 

one ...090 B63 

Body and mind. Maudsley 132 M44 

BOHN, H. G. Hand-book of pro- 
verbs 398 B63 

BoiLEAU, Nicolas. Oeuvres, a 

I'usage de la jeune-sse 847 B6:^ 

BOISGILBERT, EDMUND pseml. See 
Donnelly. 



-Xss, E. M. Concise history of mis- 
sions 266 B61 

^ iicyclopsedia of missions. 2v..R266 B61e 
>rganization and methods of mis- 
sion work 266 B61o 

-Xss, T. H. camp. Modern guns and 

mortars 623.5 B61 

— CX'H, I. S. Future of war 355 B62 

^ODGET, Ix>RiN. Climatology of 

^jjg jj g -- J - g^fj j RoissiER, Gaston. Madame de 

l^OOM, S.'a * Why we' are demo-" ' Sevigne. (GmH Fr. wrUers,). ..B S511 

crats 329.3 B62 BoiSSY, T. G. My recollections of 

C<X)MiNGTON 977.315 B62 ; Lo''^ Byron B B996 

'J-OOMINGTON. History of the First ' BoiSTE, P. C. V. Dictionaire Univer- 

Presbyterian church. ia3.3-95. , sel de la Francaise R443 B63 

977JJ15 H62 ■ Bojesen, E. F. Grecian and Roman 

^I-OOMINGTON— C*«^ Council. Char- I antiquities 913.38 B63 

ter and revised ordinances, with BOK, E. W. Successward 170 B^i 

the statutes of the state of Illi- , BOLTON, H. C. Bibliography of 

noijj 352 qB62c chemistry 016.54 B63 

Journal of proceedings. 1884-rfa^e. I Patriotism 172. 1 B63 

.352 qB(i2 BOLTON. Mrs. Sarah (K. ) Famous 

Bloomington directory. 1^55, 70, i American authors 920 B63 

72, 73, 87 917.732 B62 ' Famous givers and their gifts. .920 B63g 



Bloominqton Library cook book.. 641 B62 

BuX)MINGTON— P ublic S c huuln. 

Rules and regulations 379 B62 



Famous leaders among women . . 920 B63 1 

Successful women 920 B63s 

.See nlsfi juvenile. 



192 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Bonaparte-Patterson marriage. 

Saflfell B N216S 

Boner, Charles. New dance of 

death 821 B64 

Bonnechose, Emile de. History 

of France 944 B64 

Bdnsal, Stephen. Golden horse- 
shoe 973.9 B64 

Real condition of Cuba today . .972.91 B64 

Book and heart. Higginson 814 H53 

BooK-LOVER. Baldwin 028 B19 

Book of ballads. Aytoun and Mar- 
tin 821 Ay9 

Book of college sports. Camp 796 Clf) 

Book of days. 2v. Chambers. . . R080 C35 

Book of martyrs. Foxe 272 F83 

Book of plays and operettas. St. 

Nicholas 792 Sa2 

Book of tales .090 B64 

Book of the artists; American artist 

life. Tuckerraan. 750L T79 

Book of the china painter. Phil- 
lips 738.0 P54 

Book of tools. Strelinger 621.9 St8 

Book of were- wolves. Gould .398 G73 

Bookman. IS^l-date, v. 5-(to€. .051 B64* 

Books and culture. Mabie 814 MUb 

Books and men. Repplier 814 R29 

Books and reading. Porter 028 P83 

Books and their makers during the 

Middle Ages. 2v. Putnam. . .655 P98 

Bookworm. 1891 010 B64 

Booming of Acre Hill. Bangs. ...817 B22 

Boone, R. G. Education in the U. 

S 370.9 B65 

Booth, William. In darkest Eng- 
land ....331.8B(54 

Bore, Henry. Story of the inven- 
tion of steel pens 652 364 

Borrow, George. Bible in Spain. i 
914.6 R(>4' 

Bosanquet, Mrs. Bernard. Stand- ! 

ard of life 331.8 IW) ! 

Bossuet, J. B. Einleituug in die 

allgemeine geschichte der Welt I 

bis auf Kaiser Carln den Grosen. l 

6v 090 B(>5 I 

Boston — Record Omimiss'K/nerH. Re- | 

port 974.46 B()5 , 

Boston, Hew Thomas. Human na- , 

ture in its fourfold state 233 B()5 

Bos WELL, James. Life of Samuel 

Johnson. 2v B J69 



Botta, Mrs. A. C. (L.) Hand-book 
of universal literature 802 B65 

Botta, Vincenzo. Study of Dante.851 D23y 

Bottom of the sea. Sonrel 551.46 So5 

BOTTONE, S. R. Dynamo. 537.83 Bfi5 

— See aim juvenile. 

BouQUET^s expedition against the 
Ohio Indians 73.2 B66 

BouRGET, Paul. Outre-mer. ...917.3 B66 

BOURINOT, J. G. Story of Canada. 
(Story of the nations.) 971 B66 

BOURIENNE, L. A. F. DE Memoirs 
of Napoleon L 4 v B X216b 

Boutell, Charles. Anns and ar- 
mour 399 B6t) 

BOUTMY, ©MILE. Studies in consti- 
tutional law 342 m 

BouTON, Nathaniel. • Memoir of 
Mrs. Elizabeth McFarland. . . .B .MU3 

BOUTWELL, G. S. Direct and excise 
tax system of the U. S 336 m 

Bowditch, W. R Analysis, tech- 
nical valuation, etc. of coal gas.665 B6T 
BOWEN, E. A. Astronomy by obser- 
vation 523 BHT 

BowEN, Francis. Gleanings from 

a literary life 814 B6T 

BOWKER, R R. Arts of life 170 B61 

and ILES, George. Reader's 
guide in economic, social and 

political science Olb.331 B6" 

Jt. auttutr. See Fletcher. 
Bowles, Samuel. Across the con- 
tinent 917.9 B68 

Parks and mountains of Colorado. 

917.88 B«^ 

Bowman, S. M. and Irwin, R B. 

Sherman and his campaigns. . .B S553b 

Bowne, B. p. Metaphysics 110 B68 

Boyd, A. K. H. Autumn holidays 

of a country parson 824 B^^ 

Counsel and comfort spoken from a 

city pulpit 252 B6» 

Every -day philosopher in town and 

country 824 B69e 

( Jraver thoughts of a country par- 
son ^.252B6i»l? 

Recreations of a country parson .824 B^ 
Boyd, J . R. English compo8ition..808 B6& 
Boyeson, H. H. Story of Norway. 

[Story (tftht naliom.) »48.1 B6» 

—See also fiction and juvenile. 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



193 



. California in 1867-68. 

917.94 B72 

914.8 B72 

uvenile. 

^Ehall. Irving 817 IrSbr 

XiE, H. M. Recollec- 
)ersons and places in the 

917.3 B72 

ouisiana 976.3 872 

\. C. Technique of rest. 

613.7 372 

of American girls 376 B72 

uvenile. 

W. F. Elementary trig- 

^' 514 B72 

W. J. A. Notes on the 

a 917.7 B72 

Senry. Story of the 
Story of the nations.). 9A3.01 B72 
T. Commodore Paul 

BJ77b 

jns of a missionary in the 

iveat BB812 

ecatur. { Beacon hiogra- 

BD291 

iction and juvenile. 

1. Fuel for missionary 

266 B73 

ation of Hawaii 996.9 B73 

WiLHELM. Aids to 

Lhography 478.1 372 

N. Popular antiquities 

Britain. 3v 394 B73 

. T. Dictionary of sci- 

?rature and art R703 B73 

rEORG. Impressions of 

947 B73 

V. Curious questions. 104 B73 
SUA (A.) Lady. Around 
Id in the yacht '*Sun- 

910 B73 

les, the tropics and the 

? forties 910 B73i 

nd storm in the East.914.9 B73 

Holland and what she 

s. Griffls 949.2 G87 

f China. Beresford . 915. 1 840 
, luncheon and tea. Ter- 

(U1T27 

lARLOTTE, ed. Life of 

I Bremer B B836 

\. Story of ice 551.31 B75 



Brennan, Rev. Richard. History 

of the Catholic church 282 B76 

Brewer, E. C. Character sketches 
of romance, fiction and the dra- 
ma. 4v 803 B75 

Dictionary of phrase and fable. R803 B75d 
Reader's hand-book of references, 

allusions, etc R803 B75r 

Brewster, Sir David. Life of 

Isaac Newton B N564 

Martyrs of science B G158 

Brewster, George. New philoso- 
phy of matter 530 B75 

Brewster, H. P. and Humphrey, 

G. H. England and its rulers. 942 B75 
Brioa-brac Series, ed. R. H. Stodd- 
ard. 
Anecdote biographies of Thackeray and 

Dickens 9580 SttJ v. « 

Barham, Harness and Hodder 920 StA t. 4 

Chorley. Planche ana Young 920 StA v. 1 

tk)nHtable and Gillies fc!0St6v. 10 

Greville 920 St6 v. 6 

Knight and Raikes 080 St6 v. 7 

OKeefe. Kelly and Taylor 930 St« v. 8 

Personal recollections of Lamb, Hazlitt 

and others 920 St6 v. 9 

Bridge and how to play it. Dunn. 795 D92 

Brief biographies. Smiles 920 Sm4 

Brief narrative of the invention of 

reaping machines 608 B76 

Briefs for debate. Brookings and 

Ringwalt R028B79 

Briggs, C. F. ann Maverick, Au- 
gustus. Story of the telegraph 
and history of the great Atlantic 

cable \ 654 B76 

Briggs, E. R. and Elliott, J. H. 
Notes and suggestions for Bible 
readings 220 B76 

Brillat-Savarin, Anthelme. 

Hand-book of dining 643 B76 

Brink, Bernard Ten- Five lectures 

on Shakspere 822.33 D 

Brisbane, Albert. Social destiny 

of man 335.3 B77 

Brisson, C Elementes o pricipios 

lisico qumicos. v. 4 090 B77 

British contemix)rary artists. 

Monkhouse 750L M75 

British drama. 2v 822 B76 

British tleet. Robinson :i54.427 R56 

British quarterly review. 1871-79. 

V. 53-70 052 B77 



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AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



British reformers. 12 v 208 B76 

British rule in India. Martineau.tt54 M3t) 
British thought and thinkers. 

Morris 920 M8;j 

Briton and Boer. Brice and others. 



Brown, J. S. Partisan politics. ..329 B81 
Brown, John. Spare hours. 3v..^24B81 

— See also juvenile. 
Brown, M. W. Development of 
thrift 331.84 B81 



968.2 B84 BROWN, S. U. Western gazetteer.09() B81 

Britton, N. L. and Brown, Addi- Brown, T. N. Life and times of 

SON. Illustrated flora of the Hugh Miller B.M648br 

northern U. S., Caniida, etc. .3v. | BROWN, THOMAS. Lecturesonphil- 



581.97 B77 

Broad grins. Colraan 821 C'71 

Brock, /^r. William. Biographi- 
cal sketch of Henry Havelock. . B H384 
Brockett, L. p. Cross and the 

crescent .947.08 B78 

Brodribb,W. .7. Demosthenes. (An- 
cient claHnics.) 88') D39y 

Jt. anfhor, ^' e Church, A. .7. 
Br^gger, W. C. and Rolf\sen, 
Nordahl. Fridtjof Nansen. 

1801-93 B N188 

Brook farm. Swift .335.9 Sw5 

Brooke, S. A. Sermons 252 B79 

Tennyson 821 T25y 

and Carpenter. G. U. Knglish 

literature 820.9 B79 

Brookings, W. D. and Ringwalt, 

K. C. Briefs for debate K02S B79 

f^ROOKS, p:dward. Normal methods 



osophy of the human mind. 2v..l50B81 
Browne, C. F. Complete works of 

Artemus Ward 817 B?l 

His travels, v. 1 817 B8lb 

Browne, D. J. Field book of man- 
ures 631 B81 

Browne, J.H. Great metropolis. 974.71 B^^ 
Browne, J. R Adventures in the 

Apache country 917.9 B**^^ 

Crusoe's island 919.7 B^^ 

Land of Thor 914.8 B^^ 

Reports upon the mineral re- 
sources of the U. S 622 B*^^ 

Yusef 915.6 B**^ 

Browne, Phyllis. Dictionary of 

dainty breakfasts 041 E^' 

Browne, iSir Thomas. Religiomed- 

ici 240 3?^ 

Browne, W. H. Mar . land 975.2 Ir^^ 



of teaching 3;i B79 , «ROWNELL, C. D. Indian races of 

North and South America. . .970.1 l^^ 
Browning, Mrn, Elizabeth (R) 

Complete poetical works 821 H^- 

T^st poems 821 3«- ^ 

Poems. 4v 821 B^'P 

jt. author. See Browning, Robert. 

Browning, H. B. Words in 8eason.249l3^ 
Browning, Cscar. Introduction 
to the history of educational 

theories :n0.9 B^' 

BuowNiNci, Robert. Aristophanes* 

apology 821Bfi2« 

Balaustion's adventure 821B822b 

Christmas eve and Easterday men 

and women 821 Bfc-c 

Inn album 821 B822i 

Poems 821B822 

I Rinjr and the book. 2v 821 BK2r 

and Browning, Mrs. Elizabeth 

(B.) r.etters. 1845-46 BB885 



Brooks, Noah. Abraham Lincoln I 

and the downfall of American 

slavery B Ij7;iHbr 

Henry Knox B K74 

Statesmen. ( Men of achiert ment. ) .920 B78 
Jt. author. See Eiryant, W. C. 
-Set' also juvenile. 

Brooks, Phillips. Kssays and ad- 
dresses 814 B79 

Letters of travel 914 B79 

Brougham, H. P. Lord. Lette?*s 

and speeches. 2v H2.') B79 

Sketches of public character. 2v.920 B79s 
Sketches of statesmen in the time 

of Georjjre III. 2v 920 B79 

Brougham, .John. Basket of (•hips.82H B79 
and Elderkin. .John Loto>- 

leaves 808.') B79 

Brown, Addison. Jt. author. Sn 

Britt<m. 
Brown, J. B. contft. Memoirs of 

Howard B H849 



EiROWNiNci study programmes. Por- 
ter and Clarke 821 B822yP 



J 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



195 



►ROWNLOW, W. G. Rise, progress 

and decline of secession 973.73 B81 

tercE, A. B. Moral order of the 
world in ancient and modern 
thought .204 B83 

JRUNCKEN, Ernest. North Ameri- 
can forests and forestry 634.9 B83 

5runeti±re, Ferdinand. Essays 

in French literature 844 B83 

Bruyere, Jean de la. Works. 2v.090 B83 
Bryan, Michael. Dictionary of 

painters and enjf ravers. 2v . . R703 B84 
Bryant, H. B., Stratton, H. D. 
and Packard, S. S. Common 
school bookkeeping: 657 B84 

Bryant, W. C. Letters of a trav- 
eller 914 B84 

Orations and addresses 815 B84 

Poems 811 B84 

^Oay, S. H. and BROOKS, Noah, 
ed. Scribner's popular history 

of the U. S. 5 V R973 qB84 

^ Library of poetry and song. 

,..811.08qB84 

V^NT and his friends. Wilson . . 920 W69 
"^CE, James. American common- 

vrealth. 2v 342.73 B84 

'^oly Roman empire 943 B84 

f^pressions of South Afriqa. . .916.8 B84 

^"^illiam E wart Gladstone B G543 

^d otkera. Briton and Boer. .968.2 B84 
VsoN, Mrs, John Kenneth Mac- 
kenzie B M156 

<5H AN AN, James. Messages.. 353.03 B85 
"CTHANAN, R. W. London poems.821 B85 
'^ok, Rev. Charles. Theological 

dictionary R203 B85 

^Ck, J. D. Nature and aim of the- 

osophy 212 B85 

^CKLE, H. T. Civilization in Eng- 
land. 2 V 942 B85 

Essays : 824' B85 

^tJCKLE, Mary. JL author, Seef. 

Day, L. F. 
JUCKLEY, A. B. See Fisher^ Mrs. 

A. (B.) 
^CCKLEY, J. M. Extemporaneous 

oratory. 808.5 B8;) 

History of Methodism in the U'. S. 

2v 287' B85 

Christian science, ahd other super- 
stitions 615.851 B85 



BUCKNILL, J. C. Mad folk of Shaks- 

pere 822.33 Db 

BUEL, C. C. jt. author, Sse John- 
son, R. U. 
BUELL, A. C Paul Jones. 2 v. .B J77bu 
BUFFON, G. L. L. Natural history.596 B86 
Building of the British empire. 2v. 

Story. ( Story of the natmis. ). 942. 055 St7 

Bulfinch, Thomas. Age of chiv- 
alry 398 B87 

Age of fable 292 B87 

Legends of Charlemagne 398 B87 1 

— See also juvenile. 

Bull, S. C. Ole Bull , .780 B87 

BULLEN, F. T. Cruise of the Cacha- 
lot 910 B87 

Idylls of the sea 824 B87 

Log of a sea-waif 910 B87 1 

Bulletin of bibliography, v. L.R016 B87 

Bulwer-Lytton. See Lytton. 

BUNCE, O. B. Bachelor bluflf 818 B88 

BUNDY, J. M. Life of Garfield. . . B G231b 

Bunker Hill monument orations. 

Webster 815 W39b 

Buntling ball. Fawcett <5ll F28 

Bun Y AN, John. Riches of Bunyan.243 B88 

— See also fiction. 
Burckhardt, Jacob. Civilization 

of the renaissance in Italy 945 B89 

BURDETTE, R. J. Chimes from a 

jester's bell 817 B89 

Rise and fall of the mustache . .817 B89r 
Burgess, J. W. Middle period. 

1817-18^58 97,3.5 B91 

Burgess, William. Geographical 

present .090 B91 

BURHANS, J. A. Law of municipal 

bonds ^2 B91 

Buried cities recovered. De Hass.913 D36^ 
Burke, Edmund. Philosophical in- * 

quiry into the origin of our ideas 

of the sublime and beautiful . ..701 B91 

Works. 3v 320 B86^ 

Burke, Rev. J.J. lieasonableness 

of the ceremonies of the ( -atho- 

lic church. ..264 B91 

Reasonableness of the practices of 

the Catholic church. . . : 265 B91 

Burke, U. R. History of Spain. 2v.946B91 
Burleigh, J. B. American manual. 

..; 342.73 B92 

Burnet, Gilbert. Hfstory of his 
- own times. 4v. . .'. . .' 942.06 B93 



196 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



History of the reformation of the 

church of England. 2v mo f B93 

Burnet, Jacob. Early settlement 

of the northwestern territory.. 977 B93 
Burnett, P. H. Reasons why we 

should believe in God 204 B93 

Burney, Frances. See Arblay. 
BURNHAM, J. H. Bloomington and 

Normal 977.315 B93 

BURNHAM, S. M. Struggles of the 

nations. 2v 909 B93 

Burns, Robert. Poems 821 B93 

Burr, E. F. Ad fidem 239 B94 

EJcce coelum 520 B94 

Pater mundi 239 B94p 

BURRITT, Elihu. Ten-minute talks 

on all sorts of topics 814 B94 

Burroughs, John. Wake-robin.814B97w 

Whitman: a study •. . .B W616 

Year in the fields 814 B97y 

—See alan juvenile. 
Burro WES, J. F. Thorough-bass 

primer 781.3 B94 

Burt, M. E. Word's litei-ature. ..807 B95 

Burton, J. H. Book-hunter 010 B95 

Burton, R. F. Pilgrimage to El- 

Medinah and Meccah 915.3 B95 

Burton, Robert. Anatomy of mel- 
ancholy. 3v i:J2 B95 

Burton, W. E. ed, Cyclopedia of 

wit and humor. 2v 827 qB95 

BuscH, Moritz. Bismarck in the 

Franco-German war. 2v B B622 

Bismarck: some secret pages of his 

history. 2v B B622b 

Bush, Mr». A. F. Memoirs of the 

queens of France. 2v 920 B96 

BusHNELL, Horace. Moral uses of 

dark things 210 B96. 

Nature and the supernatural 231 B96 

Woman's suffrage 324.3 B96 

BUSHNELL, J. F. (wwp. BushnellH 

Council Bluffs trade circular. 

917.77 B96 

Business girl in every phase of her 

life. Ashmore. paend 170 As3 

Business of travel. Uae 910 R12 

Butler, H. C. Scotland's ruined 

abbeys 720.7 B97 

Butler, H. K. Solar biology. . .1.33..') B97 
Butler, Mr». J. E. (G.) Woman's 

work and woman's culture 3P0 B97 



Butler, Joseph. Analogy of re- 
ligion 239 B9' 

Butler, N. M. ed. Education in the 
U.S. 2v 370.973B91 

Butler, Samuel. Poetical works. 

2v 821897 

Butler, T. R Atmospheric system. 
651,5 897 

Butler, W. A. Sermons. 2v ... .252 897 

Butler, William. Land of the 

Veda 954 897 

Mexico in transition 972 897 

BUTTERFIELD, DANIEL. Camp and 

outpost duty for infantry 356 898 

Butterfly book. Holland . .596.78 qH72 

BUTTERWORTH, HEZEKIAH. SoUth 

America 980 B98 

— See also fiction and juvenile. 

By-ways of Europe. Taylor 914 T21 

Byington, E. H. Puritan in Eng- 
land and New England 274.2 B9» 

Byrn, E. W. Progress of invention 

in the nineteenth century 608 Bl>9 

Byron, G. G. N. iMrd, Letters and 

journals, ed. by Moore. 2v . . B BS^tsx 
Poetical works 821 B»S 

c 

Cabell, .1. L. Testimony of mod- 
ern science to the unity of man- 
kind 572('ll 

Cable, G. W. Creoles of Louisiana. 

917.63 Cll 

Negro question * 326 CU 

Silent south .326 CU> 

—See aim fiction. 
Cabot, J. E. Memoir of Ralph 

Waldo Emerson. 2v BK»^ 

CiESAR. Commentarii 878 CH 

C.ESARS. De Quincey 824 D^c 

Cairnes, J. E. Political economy .330 Cl- 
Some leading principles of polit- 
ical economy 330 Cl^ 

C'AJORi, Florian. History of ele- 
mentary mathematics 510.9 Cll 

Historv of mathematics 510.9 Cllh 

Calamities and quarrels of authors. 

2v. Disraeli ..820.4 D(3c 

Calderon. Mi}\e, de la Barca. At- 
tache in Madrid 914.6 ClJ 

CIaluerwood, Henry. Moral phil- 
osophy 170 Clt 



AUTHOR AND TITJ^E LIST. 



19: 



n teaching 371 C12 

bilosopby of the infinite 125 C12 

.iFOR.viA life illustrated. Tay- 
lor 917.JHT2ir) 

.IFORNIA tour. Wheelock. 917.94 WCu 

L.KINS, N. A. New object lessons. 
372 C12 

"rimary object lessons 372 C12p 

~jt. mthor. See Kiddle. 

LL, A. P. Power through repose. 
613.7 C13 

LVKRT,G. H. Es«ivsae8thetical.701(n3 

LVERT, .Jame». Jt. autfun'. See 

Williams, Thomas. 
^OENS. Luis de. . Lusiad . . . .869.1 C14 

MP, G. S. Democracy 321 Clf) 

^P, Walter.:. Book of college 

sports 796 C15 

MPaign' in Virgiaia. Pope. .973.73 P81 
^f'AiGNiNG withiGrant. Porter. B G76.3p 
*Paions of th* civil war. 

''^^, H. M. Army of the CumberluDd 

• 973.73 C49 

^*> J. D. AtlJiia»< 973.73 CH3 

'*» J. D. MarchAo the sea: Franklin 

and Nashville i .973.73 CKtai 

^^IJleday. A. \ Chancellorsville and 

OettysburK . ;...., 973 73 D74 

•"Of?. M F. From Fort Henry to Cor- 

ttilh 973.73F74 

^^^ne, F. V. The Mississippi 973.73 GR3 

»»iphreys. A. A. Vlrjflnia campai|?n.973.73 H8H 
:oiuy. J. «. OiRfcreaOc of rebellion . 973.73 N51 
"f r>ey. Antietam and Fredericksburjr. 

- 973 7:^P17 

^SHterer. F. StaUstical record of the 

5*rmies of the Uv S: 973.73 P5n 

«^0. G. E. Shenaadoah valley in '64.. 973. 73 1*77 

t>«>. J. C. Army funder Pope 973.73 R68 

*^b. A. S. Peoiosiiltt: McClellans 

irampaij?n of /e2 97:173 W"^ 

^^AN. Mme. .X.L.^. Memoirs 
*^ the court of MaMe Antoinette. 
- V BM334 

^BELL, AUCXAHDER. Popular 

^«^<'tures aDd>addllfc«ses 814 CI.') 

'^Ims, hvmnajftodapiritual songs. 
." .()9<)Cir) 

'fnd PURCEtL;' J.;- B. Debates 
on the RoiiiA&'>Catholic reli- 
gion 2H2('ir) 

://. (nith/tr. Set'Owen, 

ifPBELL, B. M^ . Miadagasear. . .t!69 CI.") 

fPBELL, G. D^. PHmeval man..r)71 ('15 

jign of law.;. _ 214 ( l.") 

PBEI..I-. J/r/i.rHEL£;N (S.) Kasi- 

>.st way in hQlisfike.eping 640 Cir, 



Household economics. 640 C15h 

Prisonera of poverty ^^31.4 015 

Campbell, .John, Baron, Lives of 
the chief justices of Kngland. 

4 V 920 Clo 

Lives of the lord chancellors and 
keepers of the great seal of 

England. 10 vt . , . .' 920 CI') 1 

Campbell, L. .1. jt. imtlwr. See 

Soule. 
Campbell, Reau. Guide and de- 

.seriptive book of Mexico^ 917.2 C15 

Campbell, Thomas. Complete po- 
etical works 821 C15 

' Life and letters of Thoipas Cami>- 

bell. . ed, by Beattie. 2 v B C191 

Life and times of Petrarch. 2 v. . B P493 

C'am?ing and cruising in Florida. 

' Henshall '. 917.59 H.39 

(AMPS in the Rockies.. Grol^mann. 

917.8 G89 

Cani:)EE, H. C How. women, niay 

: earn a living 396,5 C16 

Canoeing in Kanuckia. . Norton . 

. and Habberton. .797 N82 

( ' A^pv A, Antonio. Works i^ stj.alp- 

ture and modelling. 3v ....... . 7.30 C16 

Canterbury tales. Chauper..,.^821 C395<r 

Ca^E Cod. Thoreau ,,,... .818 T39 

Caper-sauce. Parton. 814 P25 

Capes, W. W. Age of Ant^Rines. 

.....,...,.,.937.06 C17 

Capital. Marx .331 M36 

( 'APTAIN ( 'ook 's three . y-o^' ages 
I around the >«orJd. Jorj^Sf .... .910 .173 
j Caravciolo, Henrietta^ Myster- 
ies of the Neapolitan cop vents. .271 C23 
i Cajie of the child in heaitb^.Oppen- 

! heijtn .' 649 Op5 

' Carey, H. C. Harmony pf, interests. 3.37 C 18 

Manual of social scienct^vr -^'^^^ CIH 

Past, the prt^jjent ^nd th(^. future. 3.30 ( '18p 

Shi,ve trade • • •.•• r -^-^^-l ^'^^ 

C.vi^EY, R. N. Twelve j^otable g(H>d 
women of the pii^etjje.nth cen- 
tury 920 cyh 

— Sdi^ (tisn Hction and juvenile. 
CiVjtHAUT, H. S. Primin"^'- batteries. 

^... .^... 537.86 {:}\\ 

e'AitLKTON, Wli.L. ( ity ballads. .811 sLl\\\ 

( it V festivals Sll Cli^i^-^ 

Farm baHi>(is. .., Sll C10( ^ 



1()8 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Farm festivals 811 C19fa 

Farm legends 811 CUm 

Carlyle, Mrs. J. R W. Letters 

and memorials B C285 

( Carlyle, Thomas. Critical and 

miscellaneous essays 824 C19 

Early kings of Norway 948.1 C13 

French revolution. 2v 944.04 C;i9 

Heroes, hero-worship and the he- 
roic in history 824 C19h 

History of Frederick the great. 6v. B F852 
Latter day pamphlets 824 C19 1 

Lectures on the history of litera- 
ture 809 C19 

Life of Schiller B S^U 

Oliver Cromwell's lettei's and 

speeches. 2v 826 C192 

Past and present chartism and Sar- 
tor Resartus 824 C19p 

Reminiscences, ed. by Froude B C286. 

Sartor Resartus 824 C19s 

and Emerson, R. W. Corres- 
pondence. 1834-72. 2v 82« C193 

—Jt. author. See Mill. 

Carmen, Bliss. Low tide on Grand 

Pr6 811 C211 

and HovEY, Richard. Last songs 

from Vagabondia 811 C21v 

Songs from Vagabondia 811 C21s 

C'ARNEciiE, Andrew. American 

four-in-hand in Britain 914.2 C21 

Gospel of wealth 331 C21 

Triumphant democracy 917.3 ('21 

Caro, E. George Sand. [Greui Fr. 

writers.) B 0845 

( 'ARPENTER, F. B. Six months at the 

white house with Lincoln B L73()c 

CARPENTER, F. G. South America. 918 C2l 
-See also juvenile. 

CARPENTER. G. H. Insects 59r).7 C22 

Carpenter, G. R. ft. anthttr. See 

Brooke, S. A. 
Carpenter, G. W. Essays on ma- 
teria medica (UoC22 

Carpenter, W. B. Animal physi- 
ology 591 C '22 

Mesmerism, spiritualism, etc. ..133.9 C22 

Principles of mental physiology .131 C22 

Carpenter. W. H. Massachusetts. 

974.4 C22 

Tennessee 976.8 C22 

ninl Arthur, T. S. Connecticut. 

^ ....974.(>C22 



Illinois 977.3C 

New Jersey 974.9 C 

New York 974.7 C: 

Ohio 977.1 C: 

Pennsylvania 974.8Ci 

Vermont 974.3C: 

—Jt. author. /See Arthur. 

Carr, Lucien. Missouri 977.8 G 

Carroll, Edward, jr. Principles 
and practice of finance 332. 42 C 

Carryl, G. W. Mother Goose for 
grown-ups 811 Ci 

Cartwright, Peter, Autobiogra- 
phy Ba 

Carwardine, W. H. Pullman 
strike 3,31.89 C 

Gary, Alice and C'ary, Phcebe 

Last poems 811 < 

— See also fiction and juvenile. 

Cary, Edward. George William 
Curtis. ( Amer. men of letters.). ..B C 

Casey, Silas. Infantry tactics. 3v..356 
Casseday, Ben. Louisville.. .976.91 
Cassin, John, j7. author. See Baird, 

S. F. 
Castelar, Emilio. Old Rome and 

new Italy 914.5 

Castilian days. Hay 914.6 

Castle, H. D. School entertain- 
ments. V. 3 808.5 

Catacombs of Rome. Withix)w..719 ' 
Cathcart, G. p. Jt. author. See 

Swinton, William. 
Cathedral towns of England, Ire- 
land and Scotland. Silloway and 

Powers 914.2 

Catherine II, empress of Russia. .3 C 
Catholic world. 189»5-dat€. v. 60- 

date 051< 

Caton, J. D. Summer in Norway.914.8< 
Cavello, Tiberius. Natural phil- 
osophy TkW ( 

Cavendish, pseud. iSee Jones, Henry. 
Gazelles, M. E. Outline of the evo- 
lution-philosophy 575 < 

c;azin, Achille. Phenomena and 

laws of heat 536 

Cecil, Richard. Sermons 252 

Celebrated women. Child 920 

Cellini, Benvenuto. Memoirs. 
750L 



2v 



AUTHOR AND TITLK LIST. 



199 



C ■ENTENAKY CONFERENCE. Report 

on Protestant misssions of the 

world. 2v 266 C33 

CENTURY. 1881-da/e. v. aS-cTote. ..a51 033 
Century atlas of the world . . . .R912 f033 

Century cyclopoedia of names aSO C33 

Century dictionary. 6v R423 033 

Century of charades. Bellamy . . 793 B41 
Century of dishonor. Jackson.. 970. 5 .713 
(^^TURY of science and other es- 
says. Fiske 814 F54 

^'eremonies attending the unveil- 
ing of the statue of Benjamin 

Franklin B F8.31c 

Cervantes - Saavedra, Miguel 

De. Don Quixote 090 C33 

^'Hadbourne, p. a. Lectures on 

natural history 590.4 0.34 

^'Hafing dish possibilities. Far- 
mer 641 F22c 

^'^A^i^MERS, Alexander, ed, British 

essayists, v. 16-37. 

^<i venturer. 3v 824 C.3oa 

^''<:>i3noi88eur. 2v 824 035c 

^^ l^r 824 035i 

^-«^ker-on. 3v 824 035 1 

^nger. 2v 824 035 lo 



AXi 



rror. 2v •...824 035m 



^^Vfcserver. 3v 



.824 



mbler. 3v 824 035r 

^"^^^rld. 3v 824 0.^5w 

'""-^l-MERS, THOMAS; Application 

<^f Christianity to the affairs of 

life 174a^5 

-^^ the miraculous and internal 
evidences of the Ohristian rev- 
elation. 2v 239 03i> 

^'*^ Amberlain, Jaoor In the tiger 
^ jungle 266.54 035 

"-^ ambers, a. R ed. Lee's Ameri- 
can automobile annual. 1901 .. 684 C;35 
^'Bambers, G. F. Hand-book of as- 
tronomy 520 0.35 

Story of eclipses 523.78 0.35 

^"hambers, Robert, ed. Book of 

days. 2v R080 035 

Cyclopasdia of English literature. 

2 V R820 0:55 

Information for the people. 2v .R032 O.'Vii 
CHAMBERS, William. Memoir of 

Robert Ohambers B 0445 

— ed. Miscellany of useful and en- 
tertaining knowledge. KH- . . 828 035 






Papers for the people. 6v 828 035p 

Ohampney, Mrs, Elizabeth (W.) 
liomance of the feudal chateaux. 

940.3 035 

— See aUo fiction and juvenile. 
Chandler, H. O. and Co. Railway 

business directory for Illinois.917.73036 

Ohanning, Edward. U. S. of 

America. 1765-1865 973 o:i6 

and Hart, A. B. Guide to the 

study of American history .016.97 036 

Ohanning, W. E. Selection from 

works 252 0.36 

Works. 3v 204 036 

(i/u2 AiKiN, Lucy. C'orrespondenee. 

1826-42 816 036 

I Ohanute, O. Progress in flying 

machines 533.6 036 

j Chapman, P. M. Bird-life 598.2 036 

' Bird studies with a camera. . .598.2 036b 

I Chapters from a life. Ward B W257 

I Chapters from Illinois history. Ma- 

i son ! ...977.3 M38 

' Character and characteristic men. 

Whipple 814 W57 

Charicles. Becker 913.38 B38 

'Charities and Correction, Na- 
tional Conference. Proceed- 
ings, 1879-df<te 3<i0O37 

Charities of France .361 C37 

Charles, Mrs, Elizabeth (R) 
Wanderings over Bible lands 

and seas 91.5.69 C38 

—See «/.w fiction. 
Charlevoix, P. P. X. Journal of 
a voyage to North America. 2 v. 

090 0.38 

New France. 6 v 971 qC38 

(^HARNEY, D^SIR^. Ancient cities 

of the new world 913.7 qCVH 

Chastelard. Swinburne 822 Sw<>o 

Chastellux, F. .1. DE. Travels in 

! North America. 2 v 090 ( 'M^^t 

I Chateaubriand, F. A. R. dk. 

Genie de Christianisme. 5 v. . .848 C39 

I Les martyrs. 2 v 272 C39 

I Sketches of English literature. 

2 V S20O39 

! Travels in America and Italy. 2 v. 

0JM)C39 

' Chatfikld-Taylor. »SV/ Taylor, 
I H. C. Chatfield- 



200 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Chatterton, Thomas. Poetical 

works. 2 V 821 C.39 

Chatto, W. a. Origin and history 

of playing cards 795 C39 

Chaucer, Geoffrey. Canterbury 

tales. 821 C395c 

Poetical works. 8 v 821 C39r) 

Chautauquan. 188d-d<ite v,l-d(iteMl C39 
Cheerful yesterdays. Higginson.814 HoffJe 
Cheetham, Samuel, Jt author. See 

Smith, William. 

Cheever, G. B. Powers of the world 

to come 236 C41 

Cheiro. Language of the hand. .133.6 C41 
Chemistry of cookery. Williams. 641 W67 
Cheney, Mrs. Ednah (D ) Glean- 
ings in the field of art 704 C42 

Chesnau, Ernest. English school 

of painting 759.2 C42 

CHESS hand-book 794 C42b 

Chess monthly. 1860. v. 4 794 C42m 

Chesterfield, P. D. S., earl of. 

Letters to his friends. 4v OIK) C42 

(•hevallier, Edward. Jt. auiJwr. 

See Lenormant. 
Chevreul, M. E. Principles of har- 
mony and contrast of colors. .."52 C427 
Chevrillon, Andr6. In India. .915.4 C42 
Chicago— Art ImiihUt. Catalogue 
of objects in the museum. 1895-6. 

706 C43 

—Civil Service VommiHsifyii. An- 
nual reports. 1896-99 351.1 C43 

Game Warden. Annual reports. 

181^2 799C43 

//o?/>'e of Correvlian. Annual re- 
ports. 1891 364 C43 

Public Works Dept. Mayor's an- 
nual message and report. . .352.5 C43 
— Relief and Aid Society. Report 
of disbursement of contribu- 
tions for the sufferer's by the 

Chicago tire 977.31 q( 43 

try Dint rict . Presi dent's 
LUal message and reports of 
l6rk,attorneyand engineer.626.9C43 

Sunset c:lub. Year book. 

>l-tt3, 98-99 306 Su7 

S F. J. Ballads 821.08 ( 43 

rlish and Scottish ballads. 4v. 

: 821.08C4;{e 

elebrated women. .920C43 




Life of Hopper B H798 

Looking toward sunset 818 C43 

Child,Theodore. Desire of beauty.701 C43 
Child-life in colonial days. Earle. 

917.32 Ea7 

Child- WORLD. Riley 811 R4oc 

Childebert, J. W. World of 

knowledge 909 C43 

Childhood in literature and art. 

6cudder 814Scu2 

Childhood: its care and culture. 

West 173 W52 

Childhood of religions. Clodd ... 291 C62 

Children. Meynell 824 ^ol 

Children in heaven 237 C43 

Children's ways. Sully 150 Su5 

Chimes from a jester*s bells. Bur- 

dette 817 B88 

Chimney-cxdrner. Stowe 818 St7 

Chips from a German workshop. 4v. 

Mtiller 834 M91 

Chorley, H. F. National music of 

the world ;780.4 C4o 

Recent art and society BC551 

Christ of today. Gordon 232 G653 

Christian examiner. ia56-58....205C46 

Christian home. Phillips 173 P54 

Christian library. 1835. v. 1, 3-4..208C46 

Christian missions. Seelye 266 Se4 

Christian mysticism. Inge 273.2 In4 

Christian recovery of Spain. Watts. 

( Stary of the natiom. ) 946.02 VV:^ 

Christian science movement. .615.851 C^ 

Christian year. Keble ..242 K2-*^ 

Christianity and progress of man. 

Mackenzie 266 M^^ 

Christianity and social problems. 

Abbott 204 Ab2 

Christianity the science of man- 
hood. Savage 239Sai< 

Christianas secret of a happy life. 

Smith..... !...243Sni'> 

C'HRISTMAS eve and Easter day men 

and women. Browning 821 882:^^' 

CHURCH, A. E. Calculus 517 C4' 

Church, A. J. Ovid. {Anc cla4t- 

sic.H.) 871 Ov4 

Story of early Britain. (Story of tke 

HHtioius.) 942.01 C4T 

<fnd Brodribb, W. J. Pliny: let- 
ters. {Anc. classics.) 876 Vl\) 

— See also juvenile. 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



201 



. R. Artistic embroidery. 746 C47 I Clark, R W. Question of the 



.. W. Bacon. {Eny. men 

s.) ' BB128 

g of the Middle Ages.. 940.1 C47 
'HOMAS. Indian war of 

973.2 C47 

home and abroad. 2 v . . 266 C47 

Iks. Watson 204 W33 

^, Charles. Poetical 

3v 821 C47 

T. De natura deorum .875.1 St5 

i 875.1 C88 

ilibre tres 875.1 T32 

tute, De amicitia, Para- 
and Somnium Scipionis 
fe of Atticus by Nepos. 875.1 An8 



hour 377.1 Co4 

Clarke, A. B. Elder and the 

younger Booth B B725 

Clarke, Adam. Christian theol- 
ogy 2.30 C55 

Clarke, Charles Cowden- and 
Clarke, Mm, Mary Cowden- 
RecoUections of writers 920 C55 

Clarke, hi H. Building of a brain. 376 C55 
Sex in education 376 C55s 

Clarke, F. W. Weights, measures 

and money of all nations 389 C55 

Clarke, H. A. Harmony on the in- 
ductive method 781.3 C55 

—Jt, author. »Ste' Porter, Charlotte. 



on old age 875.1 Al 5 i Clarke, I. E. Education in the in- 



Ciceronis ad quintum fra- 
lalogi tres de oratore.. 875.1 K61 
uae omnia, pt. 2. v. 2..875.1 K69 

oks of offices 875.1 C48 

eille 842 C81 

wter 795 F81c 

library of economics, pol- 

id sociology, ed. by Ely. 

Monopoll«?s ami trusts 33H.8 El 9 

Outline s of cconoi lies :«*) El 9o 

A. Economifs of distribution. 83J>Hfi5 

P. S VVorl (1 pol i ti cs :«5 R27 



dustrial and fine arts in the U. S. 

pts. 2-4 371.42 C55 

Clarke, .1. F. Christian doctrine of 

forgiveness of sin ,234 C554 

( 'bristian doctrine of prayer 240 C55 

Common sense in religion 230 C554 

Esjsentials and non-essentials of re- 
ligion 204 C55 

Ideas of the apostle Paul 225.9 055 

Orthodoxy 230 C554o 

Steps of belief 210 C'55 

Ten great religions. 2v 290 C55 



. Army of the Cum be r- 

97:j.7:{ ( '49 Clarke, Mrs. Mary Cowden- Com 

s Bonaparte. Saint- ! P^^^^ concordance to Shakspere. 

BJ83s! 822.33qGc 

is. Carleton 811 C19 ' ^^.V long life B C599 

als. Carleton 811 C19c I —1^- ^f^dhor. See Clarke, Charles 

n song and poetry. Moore. ' Co.wden- 

973.78 M78 I CLARKE, S. .1. Pith. Co. ed. Bio- 

l.i. It. aiithor. See Wood' ' graphical record of McLean 

j county. Illinois 920 M22 

6. coiup. Library of uni- Clarke, Thomas. Battle and other 
history. Sv H909 C54 i poems ..811 C55 



N'. E, H. n., ,tirHt earl of. 
V of the rebellion and civil 
n England begun in the 

m. .3v 090 fC54 

Idward Hyde, tirst earl of 

-ndon 090f(T)4 1 

H. (Max Adeler.) Kan- 

ots 817 C54 

M. History of the tliirtv- 



Claus de Florian, .T. H. History 

of the Moors of Spain V:46.02 Cr>4 

Clavigero, D. F. S. History of Mex- 
ico. 2v 972.02 q(T)7 

Claxtx^n, Noel. Life and adven- 
tures of Henry M. Stanley B S7S7 

Clay, Henry. Private correspond- 

enct" 810 C57 



; ( 'LAY minstrel . M)0 C57 

•egiment 1. V. V. I 977.3(T)4 Clkavelaxd, H. \V. and Backu.s, 

li. Camjjaign in Illinois ' Wu^liam. Requirements of 
-79 977.3 C542 ' American village homes 728 C58 



202 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Clemens, S. L. (Mark Twain.) Con- 
necticut yankee in King Ar- 
thur's court 817 C59 

Following the equator 817 C59f 

How to tell a story and other es- 
says 814 C59 

Innocents abroad 817 C59i 

Life on the Mississippi 817 C59 1 

. Roughing it 817 C:59r 

Sketches. 817 Cr)9s 

— See also fiction and juvenile. 

Clement, Mrs, Clara (K) Char- 
lotte Cushman. B C986 

Egypt 932 C59 

Hand-book of mythological and 

legendary art R703 C958 

Naples 914.573 C59 

Outline history of sculpture 730 C59 

Painters, sculptors, engravers and 

their works R703 CMp 

Queen of the Adriatic 914.53 C59 

—and HuTTON, Laurence. Art- 
ists of the nineteenth century. 
7oOLC59 

Clerke, a. M. History of astrono- 
my in the nineteenth century.520.9 C59 
Cleveland, C. D. English litera- 
ture in the nineteenth century. 

820.9 C59 

Cleveland, J. F. jt. (tiUh/n\ See 

Greeley, Horace. 
Cliff dwellers and Pueblos. Peet.871 P34 
Clinton, Walter. English worth- 
ies in the reign of Elizabeth. . .920 C61 
Clodd, Edward. Childhood of re- 
ligions 291 C62 

Pioneers of evolution from Thales 

to Huxley 575 C62 

Primer of evolution 575 C02p 

— See alsf) juvenih^ 
Cloud, D. C. Monopolies and the 

people 338.8 C(>2 

Cloud crystals 551 C(52 

Clough, A. H. Poems 821 C(i2 

Clover, S. T. Glimpses across the 

sea 914C()2 

Clum, F. D. Inebriety 178 C02 

CLYDE, Henry. Pleasure cycling. 79() C62 

COBBE, .F. P. Duties of women 3JK) ( '«3 

COBBETT, William, History of the 
reformation in England and Ire- 
land 270.()C(»3 



Cochran, S. D. Moral system. .. .230064 
COCKBURN, H. T. Life of Lord Jef- 
frey BJ4« 

Cocke, J.-R Hypnotism 134 CTI 

COCKER, B. F. Christianity and 

Greek philosophy 211 C64 

Theistic conception of the world.211 CWi 
Code Napoleon; or, French civil 

code 349.442 C64 

CODMAN, Oqden. Jt. autJun: S^ 

Wharton, Edith. 
Cody, W. F. jt, author. See Inman, 

Henry. 

Coffee and repartee. Bangs 817 B22c 

Coffin, J. H. Winds of the globe. 

551.0 fa") 

COFFIN, Victor. Province of Quebec 

and the early revolution 971.4 CtiT) 

Coffin, William. Life and time^ 

of Hon. Samuel D. Lockwood..BL81" 
CoGGESHALL, W. T. cd. Poets and 

poetry of the west qSll.OS CCo 

COHN, M. M. Study of the constitu- 
tion 342C6fi 

Coins and medals. Poole 737 P78 

Coins, medals and seals. Prime. .737 PH3 

Coleman, Oliver. Successful 
houses 729 ^61 

Coleman, T. E. Sanitary house 
drainage 628.6C6T 

C-OLERIDGE, S. T. Poetical and dra- 
matic works. 3v 821C67 

Coleridge, Sara. Memoir and let- 
ters BC^ 

Coles, L. B. Philosophy of health. 613 Cfi^ 

Collier, J. P. Bibliographical ac- 
count of the rarest books in the 

English language. 4v 016.82 C69 

Collins, C. W. Plato. (Anc. class- 
ics.) 888P69.V 

Sop hocl es. ( A nc. classics. ) 882 So6 

Collins, W. L. Aristophanes. (Anc. 

c1as.^ics.) 882 M^ 

Cicero. { A nc. classics. ) 875.1 C48y 

Homer: II iad. ( A nc. cla4ssics. ) . . 883 H75.V 
Homer: Odyssey. (Anc. classics.) 

883H75.T0 

Livy. {A nc. classics.) 878 L76y 

Lucian. (.Inc. classics.) 888 1^)' 

Plautus and Terence. (Anc. class- 
ics.) 872P69y 

Thucydides. (Anc. c/a^wtcs.). ...888T42y 



J 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



2Q3 



^'^irgril. {Anc, elates,) 873 V81y i System of natural philosophy 530 C73 

LLiNS, William. Poetical works. Comte, Auguste. Philosophy of 

821 C69 mathematics 510 C73 

LLYERjRoBERT. Life that now is.252 C69 Con ANT, H. C. Sketch of Judson. . . B J93 



STature and life 252 C69n 

LLYER, W. B. Lectures on scrip- 
ture facts and prophesy 204 C69 

LMAN, GuORQE. Broad grins. .821 C71 

LONIAL dames and gojd wives. 
Earle 917.32 Ea7c 

LONIAL days and dames. Whar- 
ton 917.32 W55 

LONIAL days and ways. Smith. 
917..32Sm5 

LONIAL days in old New York. 
Earle 917.47 Ea7 

LOURS of animals. Poulton. .591.5 P86 
LQUHOUN, A. R China in trans- 
formation 951 C71 

>verland to China 915 C69 j 

LTON, G. W. Atlas of the world. 



Concerning cats. Winslow.. . .6.36.8 wn3 
Concerning children. Oilman . . .150 G42 

Concord days. Alcott 814 Al 1 

Confessions of an English opium- 
eater. DeQuincey 824 I>44co 

Congo (The). 2 v. Stanley 916.7 St2 

CONGREGATIONAL review. 1868-69. 

V. 8-9 205 C76 

Conn, H. W. Story of the living 

machine 577 C76 

Connecticut— (General Vmirt. Code 

of 1650 090 C76 

— Railroad commiftsianersj Board 

of. Annual reports. 1889-91. .385 C:76 
Connecticut and New Haven. 
True blue laws and false blue 
laws 343 C76 



2v R912 Cn2 

LTON, J. M. Annals of Switzer- 

MBE, George. Constitution of 
man 139 C73 

MFORT, G. F. Manual of German 
conversation 4.38.2 C73 

Mic history of the U. S. Sher- 
wood 817 Sh5 

Mmemorative services of Abel 
Harwood B H.343 

Mmemorative services of Mrs. 
Sarah Woodruflf Davis B D264 

MMON-PLACEbook. Southey. 2v..828So8 
Mmon sense in the household. Ter- 

hune 641 T27c 

liMONS, J. R. Proportional repre- i 



Connecticut Yankee in king Ar- 
thur's court. Clemens 817 C59 

Conner, J. K. Uncle Sam abroad. 327 C76 
Conquest of arid America. Smythe. 

631 Sm9 

Conquest of Granada. Irving. . .817 Ir8c 
Conquest of Mexico. 3 v. Pres- 

cott 972.02 P92 

Conquest of Peru. 2 v. Prescott.985 P92 
Conspiracy of Pontiac. Parkman. 

973.2 P2;i 

Constitution of the Presbyterian 

church in the IJ. S 2.38 C76 

Constitutional history of Eng- 
land. May. 2v 342.42 M45 

Contemporaries. Higginson...920 H53 
Contemporary review. 1871-83. v. 

19-34 a52C76 



sentation 324 C73! 

Mmonwealth of Oceana. Hai- ! ^Contemporary science series, al 

by Havelock Ellis. 

Moll, Albert. HypnotiHm 134 M73 

Ribot. Theodule. Psychologry of the emo- 



rington 090 H23 

MMUNISTIC societies of the U. S. 



Nordhoflf 335 NT') 

►MPLAYNT of Philomene. Gas- 

coigne 828 G21 

HfPLETE angler. Walton und 



tlons 157 fVfft 

CJontemporary socialism. Rae. .3.35 R12 

Convenient houses. Gibson 728 G35 

Conventional lies of our civiliza- 



Cotton 7J)9 W17 I tion. Nordau 170 N75 

>MPLETE Hoyle. Foster 795 F81co | C^onversk, .T. B. Summer vacation. 914 C76 

>MPTON, A. G. Some common '^r- | Conversion of the northern na- 

rors of speech 428.3 C73 tlons. Merivale 274.5 M54 

)MST0CK, J. L. History of the i Conversion of the Roman empire. 

Greek revolution 949.5 ( ^73 . Merivale 'zl4S) M.>4c 



204 AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



('ORNEiLLE, Pierre. Cid 842 C81 

Oeuvres. 12v 842(^1 

CORNFORD, L. C. Robert LouIh Ste- 



CONWAY, M. D. Sacred anthology. 290^76 
CONWELL, R. H. Why the Chinese 

emigrate 915.1 C76 

CX)NYBEARE, Rev. W. J. and How- venson BSW8e 

SON, Rev, J. S. Life and epistles | Cornwall, Barry, pseud. Set 

of St. Paul 225.9 C7(i Procter. 

(XX)K, .1. W. and McHUGH, .1. V. CX)RRespondence with a child. 



History of Illinois State Normal 



CWthe 8360-1 



I^ibor 331 C77 

Socialism. (Hottton M<m(l(ty lee- 



Univereitv 370.7 C77 COSMOLOGY. Ramsey 521 RH 

Cook, Joseph. Biology 570 C77 ! Cosmopolitan. ISSS^ate. v.5-d«f^.06U«2 

Conscience 171 C77 ' COSMOS. 5v. Humboldt 500 B^ 

COTSWOLD village. Glbbs 914.2 G3.*> 

Cotton, Charles, Jt. mUhor, See 

tuira,) 3:^-) C77 ; Walton. 

Transcendentalism 141 C77 I Cotton states in 1875. Nordhoff.9n.fi K"' 

COOK, Marc. Wilderness cure. . ..«13 C77 ' COUES, ELLIOTT. Birds of the 

-See aU*f) fiction. northwest 598.2 C«3 

COOKE, J. E. Life of Robert K. Lee.B L479 , ^^^^^ ornithology. . . . . . . . . ..579('« 

Virginia 975.5 C77 I <^'OULTAS, H ARLAND. Principles of 

., t a .i botanv o8b(W 

- ihfce a^o fiction. ' ^ ' ^. ^^ j. -uw.*^ 

COOKE, J. P. New chemistry . . . .540 C77 COULTER, J. M. Plant studies. . .>81 (^ 

COOKE, M. C. t^ingi r>89.2 C77 ^^^^SEL upon the reading of books. 

COOKE, P. ST. (;. Cavalry tactics. Stephens, Reppher, Hadley and 

2v 357C77 ^^*^^^ ^^ 

C^UNT Frontenac and New France 

under Louis XTV 9T1P23 

Ck)UNT Lucanor. Manuel 863 M^l 

Country homes and how to save 



COOLEY, L. C. Text book of natural 

philosophy 5:^) C77 

( 'OOLEY, T. M. ( 'onstitutional laws 

in the U. S 342.73 C77 

Michigan 977.4 C77 

COOPER, J. F. History of the navy 

of the U. S 973 C78 



money. Todd fi30T.'6 

COUNTRY living and country think- 
ing. Dodge 814 Dti*'*^ 



Lionel Lincoln, v. 1 090 C78 COUNTRY without stnkes. Lloyd.331.1 Lh 

Travelling bachelor 917.3 ( '78 Course of English reading. Pycroft. 

— See aim fiction and juvenile. ^ . 

COOPER, S. F. Rural hours 814 ( '78 ' Course of time. Pollok 821 P^<' 

COOPER, T. V. (Uld Fknton, H. T. Courtand - Divf^neresse, J. J. 

American iwlitics ri:^29 c:8 Grammaire Grecque 0»0 f^ 

Co-operative index to pericxlicals. ( 'ourtship of Miles Stand ish. Long- 

1883-90 R050 F(i.3c , fellow 811 H86i' 

CoPLESTON, H. S. -^:schylus. [Atw. Cousin, Vi«TX)R. Elements of psy- 

claMivs.) 882 Ae8 chology 150 I 'H3 

CoppI!:e, Henry. Elements of rhet- Secret history of the French court 

■ oric 808 ( '79 under Kiehelieu and Maxarln. 

Field manual of evolutions of the 944.03 C83 

line 350 C79 ' True, the beautiful and the good.mc« 

Coral and coral islands. Dana. .5;")l.*M» 1)19 Youth of Madame de Longueville.BL^ 
CORBETT, William. Historj' of the Cowan. John. Science of a new 

reformation in P'ngland and Ire- life I 012.') ^^ 

land 270.0 ( 't)3 ( 'cnvLES, Rev. IIenry. Proverbs. 

CORBIN, John. Elizabethan Ham- FA'clesiastes and song of Solo- 
let 822.:W S7y inon, with notes 223 CSS 

CORN plants. Sargent 0.3.3 Sa7 Covvlky, Amraham. I^Issays H24 C^ 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



2a5 



William. Poetical works. | Creoles of Louisiana. CaWe. .917.63011 
821 Ca3 ' Crest of the continent. Inger8oll.»17.8 In4 



. Crusades 940.4 C83 

listory of Greece 938 C83 

Atlanta 973.73 C;83 

the sea 973.73 Ca3m 

Eiarly settlement of the 
h valley 977.2 C^3 

Search for winter sun- 

914 ca3 

. and NORTHRUP, M. H. 

Samuel Sullivan Cox. ...B C878 

.LJAM. House of Austria. 

rZ. 4v 943.6 CaS 

^, S. Sayings, wise and 

ise 817 Ca3 

ifrass papers 817 C^3« 

oroe. English synonyms. 
424 C84 

H. Pros and cons 328 C84 

8. D. M. (M.) Fair France, 
914.4 C84 

out of church 824 C«48 

rom life 824 C84st 

i thoughts about women.396C^ 

9 fiction and juvenile. 

L. Compendious history 

lish literature. 2v . . . .820.9 C^ 

>f English literature.820.9 C84m 

:^, F. A. Catalogue of pub- 



Creswell, J. A. J. Henry Winter 

Davis B 0262 

Crichton, Andrew and Whea- 
TON, Henry. History of Den- 
mark, Sweden and Norway. v2..948C86 

Crisis of missions. Pierson 266 P61 

Critic. im\'date. v. 5-cfrite 051 cm 

Critical period of American his- 
tory. 17ai-1789. Fiske 973.3 F54o 

Criticism and fiction. Howells. .813 Ha*i 
Crittenden, S. W. Bookkeeping. 657 VM 
Crockett, David. My tour to the 

north and down east 917 ('87 

Crofton, Denis. Genesis and geol- 
ogy 215 C^7 

Croke:*, T. C. Popular songs of Ire- 
land 821.08 C87 

Croll, James. Climate and time. 550.5 ( '87 
Cronise, T. F. Natural wealth of 

(California 917.94 qC;88 

Cr(X)Kes, Sir William. Wheat 

problem 338.1 (J88 

Cross, A. K. Mechanical drawing. 744 (J88 
Cross, J. (J. Eclectic short-hand. 653 C88 
Cross, J. W. ed. George ?:iiot'8 life. 

3v B B42c 

Cross, Mm. M. A. (K.) L. .See Filiot, 
George, pseiid. 



aments. 1893-95. .R016.328 C85 c^ROSS, W. L. Development of the 

English novel 823 C88 

CROS.S and the crescent. Brockett. 

947.08 B78 

Crown of wild olive. Ruskin. . . .824 K89 
Crowned in palm-land. Nassau . . B N266 
Cruden, Alexander. Complete 
concordance to the holy scrip- 
tures R220.2C«8 

Cruise of Admiral D. G. Farragut. 

Montgomery 910 M7(J 

CJRUISE of thd Betsey. Miller . .554.1 M61 

the world 909 C86 CRUISE of the C^acbalot. Bullen. .910 BH7 

of the age of steel. .leans. (^^ruising in the Netherlands. Da- 

.920 J.34 I vies 914.92 1)28 

A. C. Jt. anchor.. See He- Crumbs swept up. Talmage 818 T14 

I Crusades. Archer and Kingsford. 

N, Mandell. Age of Eliz- 940.4 Ar2 

942.05 C86 | CRUSOE'S island. Browne 919.7 B81 

I Wolsey H W868 : Cubas, A. (;. Mexico in 1876. . 972.08 qC89 

of Rome 937 C86 ! i uba\s fight for freedom. Beck.. 973.9 B38 

Hermann. Beyond the Cubbitt, Her. (;eorge. Life of 
236 C8<) Luther B L973 



tANK. Religion of tomor- 

2.31 C8j> 

:), F. M. Ave Roma im- ' 

is. 2v 914.56 C85 

inople 914.961 C85 

hat it is 813 C85 

f the South. 2v 945 C85 

fiction. 

D, J. B. Credit Mobilier 

jrica 973.8 Ca5 

1. S. Fifteen decisive bat- 



206 



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Culture and anarchy. Arnold . . .824 Ar6 

Culture and religrion. Shairp 261 Shi 

CUMMING, Bev, John. Great tribu- 
lation. 2v 252 C91 

Lectures on the book of Daniel. 224. 5 C91 
Sabbath morning readingfs on the 

old testament 222 C91 

CUMMINGS, Rev, Asa. Memoir of 

Edward Payson B P347 

Cummins, Mrs. A. M. Memoir of 

George D. Cummins B C971 

Cummins, Rev, G. D. Life of Mrs. 

Virginia Hale Hoffman B H711 

Cumnock, R. M. Choice readings.808.5C::91 
—iSee (tUo juvenile. 

Cunningham, Allan. Lives of 
the most eminent British paint- 
ers and sculptors. 5v 750L C91 

Cunningham, ( '. D. jL author. See 

Adams, F. O. 

Cunningham, Peter. London in 

18.04 914.21 C91 

C'unningham, William. Christian 

civilization 201 C91 

Outline of English industrial his- 
tory »42CH)1 

Cure of souls. Watson 251 W33 

Curiosities of literature. 4v. Dis- 
raeli 820.4 D63cu 

Curious punishments of by-gone 

days. Karle .* . .917.4 Ka7 

Current. 1885-87. v. 3-7 a51 C93 

Current history. IS^'i-dat^. v.'t-dtite. 

905 C93 

CURTEIS, A. M. Rise of the Mace- 
donian empire 938.07 C94 

CuRTiN, Jeremiah. Creation myths 

of primitive America 398 Cii4 

Curtis, G. T. Constitution of the 

U. S. 2v 342.73 C94 

Life of Daniel Webster. '2\\...B W378 

Life of James Buchanan. 2v B B918 

Curtis, G. W. Howadji in Syria.9i:).t)C94 

Literary and social essays 814 Cl)4 

. Lotus-eating 917.47 C94 

Nile notes of Howadji 91(>.2C94 

Potiphar papers 817 ( '!)4 

and others. Little journeys to the 

homes of American authors. .920( '! 4 
— See also fiction. 
Curtis, Rev. T. F. Human element 
in the inspiration of the sacred 
scriptures 220.1 ( '94 



C'URTis, W. E. Yankees of the east. 

2v 952C^^^ 

CURTius, ERNEST. Hlstory of 

Greece. 5v 938 C^^ 

CURZON, G. N. Problems of the 

far east 950 C&^ 

CUSACK, M. F. History of Ireland.941.5(t^^ 

Gushing, H. C. jr. Standard wiring. 

537.83 C£^^ 

Gushing, L. S. Law and practice 
of legislative assemblies in the 
U. S 328 C$^^ 

CUSTER, Mrs, ELIZABETH (B.) Fol- 
lowing the guidon 917.8 09^^ ^ 

Customs and fa hions in old New 

England. Earle 917.4 Ea7 -* 

Cutter, Calvin. New analytic 
anatomy 612 

Cutter, W. P. comp. List of publi- 
cations relating to forestry .016.(i349 

Cutter, William. Life of Israel 
Putnam B 

Cycle of Cathay. Martin 915. 1 M3 tg=-^ 

Cyrano de Bergerac. Rostand . . .842 Rt^ ^^ 



\ 



Daily news almanac. 1891-c2a/e. . R317 DW 

Dale, J, T. Secret of success 170 DC 

Dall, Mrs. Caroline W. (H.) Col- 
lege, the market and the court. 

396 Dr 

Life of Dr. Anandabai Joshee B DK- 

D ALTON, Rev. A, Epochs of church 

history 280 D 

Dalton, J. C. Human physiology. 612 D 

Dalix)N, J. G. Lyra bicyclia 811 D 

Dalzell, Andreas, cd. Collectanea 

Graeca majora. 2v 880 

Dana, C. A. Newspaper making. 070 
Recollections of the civil war. .973.7 
Dana, E. 8. Minerals and how to 

study them 549 

Dana, .1. C. Library primer 020 

Dana, J. 1). Coral and coral islands. 

551.96 E7{^ 

Manual of mineralogy 549 Dl^ 

Dana, K. H. To Cuba and back. 917. 29 Oi^ 

Two years before the mast 910 Dl^ 

Dana, Mn^. W. S. See Parsons. 
Daniel, J. W. jt. itnthor. See Win- 

throp. 



H5 



16 

i84 




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19 
19 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



207 



[ELS, W. H. Moody and his 

Fork BM817 

TE Aliqhierl Divine com- 

dy, tr. by Longfellow. 3v. ..851 qD23 

w life, (r, by Norton 851 qD23n 

don, tr, by Carey 851 D23v 

:e of death. Holbein 769 H69 

IVERS, N. pmud. See Bell, N. 

I. E. 

BY, William. Tour from the 

;ity of New York to Detroit. ..090 D24 

LEY, F. O. C. Sketches abroad 

vith pen and pencil 914 D24 

LiNOTON, William. American 

reeds and useful plants 580 D24 

HESTETER, Mme. A. M. F. (R.) 

^mily Bronte B B8692 

oissart B F929 

re of Ernest Renan B R3a3 

win, Charles. Descent of man. 

Iv ..575D25d 

:pression of the emotions in man 

and animals 138 D25 

«>ectiverous plants 581 D25 

urnal of a naturalist. 2v 508.3 D25 

ovements and habits of climbing 

plants 581 D25m 

*igin of species 575 D25o 

ariation of animals and plants 

under domestication. 2v 575 D25 

See aUo juvenile. 

iWiN, Erasmus. Zoonomia. 2v.090D25 

iWiN, Francis. Life and letters 

of Charles Darwin. 2v B D228 

swiN and after Darwin. Romanes. 
575 R66 

RWINISM and other essays. Fiske. 
814F54d 

VubignA, J. H. M. History of 

the reformation. 6v ^ 270.6 Aul 

leformation of the sixteenth cen- 
tury. 2 v 270.6 Aulh 

Uohter of a republican. Bab- 

oock , :i31.84 Bll 

viDSON, Alexander (ituZStuvi^, 

Bernard. Illinois. 1673-1873. 

977.32 D28 

VIDSON, L. M. Poetical remains.811 D28 
VIE, Oliver. Methods in the art 

of taxidermy 579.4 D28 

VIES, Charles. Shades and 

shadows, and linaerpersi)ective. 
742 D28 



Da vies, E. Bishop of Africa B T247 

Da vies, G. C. Cruising in the 

Netherlands 914.92 D28 

Da VIES, H. E. General P. H. Sheri- 
dan BS552d 

Da VIES, James. Catullus, Tibullus 

and Propertius. (Aiwr. d<WMn*c«.).874C28 
Hesiod and Theognis. (Anc. c/«/i- 

««.) 883 H46y 

Da VIES, Samuel. Sermons 252 D28 

Da VIES, T. A. How to make money . 174 D28 
Davis, A. J. Answers to ever-re- 
curring questions 1.33.9 D29 

Approaching crisis 210 D29 

Arabula 1.33.9D29a 

Autobiography B D261 

Conjugal love 176 D29 

Death and the afterlife 289.9 D29 

Events in the life of a seer 133.9 D29e 

Fountain 1.33.9 D29f 

Free thoughts concerning religion. 

210 D29f 

Great harmonia. 5v 210 D2f?g 

Harbinger of health 613 D29 

Harmonial man 133.9 D29h 

History and philosophy of evil. ..216 D29 

Mental disorders 133.9 D29m 

Morning lectures 133.9 D29mo 

Penetralia 133.9 D29p 

Philosophy of special providences. 

1,33.9 D29phi 

Philosophy of spiritual intercourse. 

1.33.9 D29ph 

Present age and inner life. . . 133.9 D29pr 

Principles of nature 133.9 D29pri 

Stellar key to the summer land. 

1,33.9 D29s 

Davis, C. H. North polar expedi- 
tion 919.8 qD29 

Davis, H. W. C. Charlemagne. 

[Heroe» of the nations.) B C474 

Davis, Rev, J. A. Chinese slave- 
girl 915.1 D29 

Leng Tso: Chinese Bible woman. 

266.51 D29 

Davis, Jefferson. Rise and fall 
of the confederate government. 
2 v 973.7 D29 

Davis, Mn^. Jefferson. Jefferson 

Davis. 2 V B D263 

Davis, M. L. Memoirs of Aaron 

Burr. 2 v B B968 



208 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Davis, R. H. About Paris . . .914.436 D29 
Cuban and Porto Riean cam- 
paigns 973.9 D29 

Our English cousins 914.2 D29 

Rulers of the Mediterranean 910 D29 

Three gringoes in Venezuela and 

Central America 917.28 D29 

With both armies in South Af- 
rica 968.2 D29 

Year from a reporter's note-book. 

814 D29y 

- See also fiction and juvenile. 
Davis, W. M. Elementary meteor- 
ology 551.5 D29 

Dawn of civilization. Maspero. .930 qM38 

Dawn of reason. Weir. 591.5 W43 

Dawson, G. F. Life and services of 

John A. Logan B L831 

Dawson, J. W. Facts and fancies 

in modern science 215 1)32 

Story of the earth and man 551 1)32 

Day, H. F. Up in Maine 811 1)33 

Day, H. N. Art of elocuMon 808.5 D33 

Rhetorical praxis 808 D33 

Day. L. F. Anatomy of pattern, 
planning of ornament, applica- 
tion of ornament 745 D33 

Nature in ornament 745 D3.3n 

(utd Bu(.'KLE,>iAKY. Art in needle- 
work 746D33i 

Day, M. L. Incidents in the life of 

a blind girl 371.9 D33 

Day, W. ('. Production of st<me in I 

1893 : 69L2D33I 

Days near Paris. Hare 914.436 H22 i 

Days near Rome. Hare 914.56 H22 

Dean, R. ('. Re|)ort cm yellow j 

fever 6161)34 

DKAXE, MARCiERY, ifscud. S(( FMt- i 

man, M. J. , 

Dehatahle land between this world i 

and the next. Owen 133.9 Ow2 

Dehate n the evidences of Chris- 
tianity. < )wen (Old Campbell .090 Ow2 

Decker. W. F. Manual of industrial 

dniwing lor carpentei's and other ' 

wood workers 744 D35 

Decle, Lionel. Trooper 3809 H 1)295 i 

Decoration of houses. Whurtcm | 

and ( 'odnian (145 W.V) 

Deems. ( '. F. Jesus 2.32.9 1)36 ' 

Defence of (iuenevere. Morris. .821 Ms:{ ' 



Defoe, Daniel. Journal of the 

plague year : 942.CXc> /).%' 

—See also juvenile. 
Deforest, J.W. European acquaint- 
ance 914 D.%* 

— S€€ also fiction. 
Deforest, Katharine. Paris as it 

is 914.436 DSti 

DeGarmo, Charles. Essentials of 

method. 371 036 

Languag'e work below the high 

school. 2v 428.2 D3fi 

—Jt. autJvor, See Metcalf. 

Defeneration. Nordau 801 NTo 

DeGraff, Simon. Modem geomet- 
rical stair builder's guide H94 qD3l) 

DeHass, F. S. Buried cities recov- 
ered mm 

Deidr6. Joyce 811 IW 

Delafield, K. Report on the art 

of war in Europe in 1854-50. . .355 fl)3' 
De Lano, Pierre. Emperor Napo- 
leon III BN2l"^ 

De Loup, Maximilian. American 

salad book 641 ^^' 

Del Mar, Alexander. History of 

monetary systems .3,32 ^^^ 

History of money in America. ..332 I^*^" 

Science of money :132.42 ^^^^ 

Story of the gold conspiracy.. 332. 42 t^'^^ 

Dement, R. S. Napoleon and .lose- _„,, 
phine 812 X^"* 

Democracy and other addresses. 

Lowell 814 I>''^) 

Democ:racy in Europe. 2v. May.. 342 >^'^' 
Demolins, Edmond. Anglo-Saxon 

superiority .304 T^'^** 

Demonolojy and witchcraft. Scott. 

i:i3 ^'<> 

Demosthene-s. Discourssurla Cou- 

ronne .885 P-^^ 

Orations, tr. by Kennedy. 2v. .885 D^-*^^ 

Denison, Charleys. Rocky Moun- 
tain health resorts 917.8 P^^ 

Dennert, E. Plant life and struc- 
ture. ( Temple pHnier.) 581 t>*' 

Dennik. John. Rome of today and 

vesterdav 914.56 l^'^ 

De.vnis, /^.r. J. S. Christian mis- 
sions and social progress. 2v. .2H6 I^- 
Foreign missions after a century. 266 ir>^-' 

Denver— Publk Library Hand-book. 

; 020 "C^*^ 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



20U 



-Real EstaU and Stock Exchange, 
Annual report. 1890-91 . . .917.882 fD43 

!a>EVV, C. M. Birthday addresses 
at the Montauk Club of Brook- 
lyn 815 D44 

Orations and after-dinner speeches. 

815D440 

Speech at the congress of railway 
employes of the middle and 

western states 385 D44 

-~€d. One hundred years of Ameri- 
can commerce. 1795-1895. 2t.«50D44 
PUY, W. H. See University of lit- 
erature. 
QuiNCEY, Thomas. Autobiog- 
raphic sketches 824 D44 

».venger 8241>44a 

^eauties selected from his writings. 

824D44b 

Uographical essays 824 I>44bi 

a»sars 824 D44c 

OQfessions of an English opium- 
eater 824 D44co 

Issays on philosophical writers. 

2v 824D44e 

iHsays on poets. 824 I>44es 

[istorical and critical essays. 2v.824D44h 

otters to a young man 824 D44 1 

iiterary reminiscences. 2v . . .824 D44 li 

x>gic of political economy 824 D44 lo 

lemorials. 2v 824 D44m 

triiscellaneous essays 824 D44mi 

Narrative and miscellaneous pa- 
pers. 2v 824 D44n 

Sot4:»-t)Ook of an English opium- 
eater 824 I>44no 

Theological essays. 2v 824 D44t 

2RBY, G. H. Phoenixiana 817 D44 

C.SCENT of man. 2v. Darwin . . 575 D25d 
5»CRiPTiVE account of the geo- 
grapbical, statistical institutions 
of Gautemala 972.81 G93 

S-SiKE of beauty. Child 701 C43 

2STINY of man. Piske 218 F'A 

-Velopment of old English 

thought. Mullany 8<)1 M91 

2VELOPMENT of the intellect. 

Preyer 150 i>92m2 

BVELOPMENT of thrift. Brown. 331. 84 B81 
KVere, M.S. Studies in Engli.sh.420D4l) 
K ViNNE, T. L. Practice of typog- 
raphy G55 1)49 



Dewey, John. School and 8ociety.370.lD51 
Dewey; Melvil. Classification and 

subject index 025.4 D51 

Decimal classification 025.4 D51d 

Dewey, Orville. Works 208 D51 

Dewhurst, W. W. Saint Augus- 
tine 975.9 D51 

DeWindt, Harry. See Windt. 
Dexter, H. M. Congregational- 
ism 285.8 D52 

Twelve discourses 252 D52 

Diaz, Mrn, A. M. Domestic prob- 
lem 640 D54 

Schoolmaster's trunk tt40 D54s 

— See aluo juvenile. 
DIBDIN, T. F. Rare and valuable 
editions of Greek and Latin 

classics. 2 v 016.8 D54 

Dick, John. Lectures on theology. 

2v 204 D54 

Dick, Thomas. C elestial scenery.521 D54 

( 'Omplete works. 2 v 521 D54c 

Dickens, Charles. Dialogues. 

2v 793 D55 

x>ettei*s. M v , , . a i_i«)4o 

— See aUtf) fiction and juvenile. 
DiCKESON, M. W. American numis- 
matic manual 737 D55 

Dickie, Samuel, aiui Wooley, 
J. G. Cyclopedia of temperance 

and prohibition 178 D56 

DiCKlNs, F. V. Japanese lyrical 

odes 895 D56 

DICKIN.SON, A. E. Paying invest- 
ment 3.30 D56 

— Sfe (Uwt fiction. 
Dictionary of popular quotations. 

*. 808.8 D56 

DurriONARY of the Holy Bible. K 220.3 D56 
Didon, Henri. Jesus (Christ . . .232.9 D56 

Diet and food. Haig 613.2 H12 

Dikulafait, Louis. Diamonds and 

precious stones 553.8 D56 

Dilkk, i\ W. (Greater Britain. . .910 D57 
DiNKS, pi*€nd. Sportsman '.-• vade 

mecum 636.7 D61 

Dircks, Hknrv. i^ife of Edward 

Somerset B S69;"> 

DiscovKttiKS and inventions of the 

nineteenth century. Routledge. 

6()H R76 

Disco VKRV of the ;freat west. Park- 



210 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



man 973.2 P2.3d 

Discovery of the source of the Nile. 

Speke ftl6.2 bp3 

Diseases of rabbits 619.9 im 

Disraeli, Isaac. Amenities of lit- 
erature. 2 V 820.4 D63 

Calamities and quarrels of au- 
thors. 2 V 820.4 D63c 

Curiosities of literature. 4 v. 820. 4 DC^k'u 

Distribution of animals. Heil- 

prin 591.9 H36 

Divine comedy, tr, by Longfellow. 

3v. Dante 851 qD23 

Divine pedigree of man. Hudson. 211 H86 

Divine tragedy. Longfellow 811 L86d 

Dixon, W. H. Her Majesty's tower.942 D«4 
John Howard and the prison world 

of Europe B H849d 

New America 917.3 D64 

Personal history of Lord Bacon. B Bl28d 

Spiritual wives 170 D04 

DiXSON, Mrs, Z. A. Comprehensive 
subject index to universal prose 

nction R016.8 D04 

Dobbins, F. S. Error's chains. . .290 D05 
Dock, L. L. comp. Text-book of ma- 
teria mediea 015 D65 

Doctor. Southey 828 So8d 

Doctrine of descent and Darwinism. 

Schmidt 575 Sch5 

DOCWRA, M. E. Non-alcoholic cook- 
ery book 041 D0;> 

Doddridge, Philip. Family exposi- 
tor 22;")D00 

Rise and progress of religion in 

the soul 090 IXm 

Dodge, D. S. cd Memorials of W. 

E. Dodge B D045 

Dodge, Grace and oth^vn. What 

women can earn 390.5 D(iO 

Dodge, M. A. Battle of the books. 814 Dm 
( -ountry living and country think- 
ing 814 D(>Oc 

Gala-days 814 DOOg 

New atmosphere 39() D005n 

Skirmishes and sketches 814 DOOs 

Stumbling bloi'ks 200 D()0 

Summer rest 814 D()Osu 

Twelve miles fnmi a lemon 814 DOOt 

Woman's worth and worthless- 

ness :J96 D(>()5 

Woman's wrongs 3W D0(»5vv 



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2^ 

-71 

-1 

71 

"y 
-ly 

n 



Wool-gathering 917.3 

Dodge, R. I. Our wild Indians. .970.1 
Dodworth, Allen. Dancing ... 793 
Dole, C. F. American citizen. 342. 73 
DOllinger, J. J. I. von. Fables re- 
specting the popes in the Middle 

Ages 282 

Lectures on the reunion of the 

churches 280 

Doll's house. Ibsen 839.82 II 

Don Giovanni. Mozart 782 M 

Don Quixote. Cervantes 090 C 

Donaldson, Thomas. Indians: six 

nations of New York 970.4 D 

Donizetti, Gaetano. Lucia di 
Lammermoor 782 D 

Donne, John. Poetical works. ...821 D 
Donne, W. B. Euripides. (Anc. 

cki89ic8.) 882 Eu 

Tacitus. (Anc, clamat.) 878 Tl 

Donnegan, James. New Greek and 

English lexicon R483 

Donnelly, Ignatius. American 

people's money 332.42 

Atlantis 913.391 

Great cryptogram 822.33 

Ragnarock 551 II 

— See also fiction. 

D(K)LEY, Martin, pseud. See Dunne. 
DooLiTTLE, Justus. Social life of 

the Chinese. 2v 915.1 

DORAN, John. Lives of the queens 
of England of the house of Han- 
over. 2v 920 ■ 

Dor6, Gustav. Gallery. 2v 769 ■ 

DOUAI, Adolph. Kindergarten.. 372 Z 
Doubleday, Abner. Chancellors- 

I ville and Gettysburg 97.3.73 Z 

Fort Sumter and Moultrie. 1860-61. 

i 973.78 ':D74 

I Doubleday, Mrs. N. B. (D.) Bird 

neighbors 598.2 ^3)1) 

Hlrds that hunt and are hunted. 

I 598.2 qr> 756 

Nature's garden 580 T)7o 

Douglas, S. A. Jt. antkor. See Lin- 
coln. 
I Douglass, Frederick. Life and 

I times of B D737 

! DouMic, Ren^.. Contemporary 

I French novelists 843 D71 

Dow, LoKKXzo. Journal 208 D"5 




1)72 



072 



- J)74 



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AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



211 



Do^'W, Neal. Reminiscences B D744 

DowDEN, Edward. History of 

French literature 840.9 D75 

Shakespere; critical study of 'his 

mind and art 822.33 Dd 

DowLiNG, John. History of Roman- 
ism 282 D75 

Down north and up along. Morley. 

917.16M82 

DOWNES, W. H. Twelve great ar- 
tists 750L D75 

Downing, A. J. Cottage residences. 728 D75 

Kural essays 710 D75 

Xheopy and practice of landscape 

gardening 710 D75t 

Downing, Charles. Selected 

fruits (J:U D75 

DovLE, J. A. English colonies in 

America. 3v 073.2 D77 

Draqe, Geoffrey* Unemployed.331.8D78 
I>Rake, Daniel. Pioneer life in 

Kentucky 917.69 D78 

r>«t ake, p. S. Dictionary of Ameri- 

can biography R920 D78 

^*^ AKE, S. A. Nooks and corners of 

the New England coast 917.4 D79 

C^ld land-marks of Boston. ...917.440 D79 
*^^*AMA of yesterday and today. 2v. 

Scott 792 Sco8 

^'^amas and dramatic scenes. Ven- 

able 793 V55 

^*<APER, J. W. American civil war. 

3v 97.3.7 1)79 

^Jonflict between religion and sci- 
ence 215 D79 

Human physiology 612 D79 

Xntellectual development of Eu- 

rope 901 D79 

*^^AYSON, A. W. Intellectual whist. 

795D7r> 

*^^eam days. Grahame 824 G76 

S^^^AM life. Mitchell 818 M69 

*^^ESS. 1888-89. V. 2 390.5 D81 

^BESiSER, H. E. camp. U. S. tariff 

and internal revenue law 337 D81 

Dresser, H. W. Living by the 

spirit 131 D81 

Power of silence 131 D81p 

t>REW, Mrs. John. Autobiograph- 
ical sketch B D776 

Dreyfus, Ibma. Lectures on French 

literature 840.4 D82 



Drills and marches. Rook 793 R67 

Drummond, Henry. Ascent of man. 

575 D84 

Dwight L. Moody B M817d 

Greatest thing in the world 242 D84 

Ideal life 242 D84i 

Natural law in the spiritual world. 

215D84n 

New evangelism 204 D84 

Tropical Africa 916.7 D84 

— See aim juvenile. 
Dryden, John. Poetical works. 5v.821 D84 
Dryer, G. H. Founding of a new 

world 280 D83 

DuChaillu, Paul. Adventures in 

equatorial Africa 916.7 D85 

Journey to Ashango-land 916.7 D85j 

Land of the midnight sun. 2v. .914.8 D85 

Viking age. 2v .913.4 DST} 

—See also juvenile. 

Duels and duelling. Sabine .394 Sa 1 

Duff, Alexander. Indian rebel- 
lion 954 D87 

DUFFEY, Mrs, E. B. No sex in edu- 
cation .376 D87 

DUFFIELD, W. W. School of the 

brigade 356 D87 

Dug AN, C. A. King's jester and other 

short plays 793 D87 

DUOANNE, A. J. H. War in Europe. 

940.8 D87 

Duis, E. Good old times in McLe^in 

countv, Illinois 977.312 D88 

Dunbar, P. L. Lyrics of lowly life. 

.'...811D91 1 

-See ri/j*o fiction. 

DUNGLLSON. U. J. New school physi-. 

ology 612 D91 

DUNGLISON, ROBLEY. Dictionary 

of medical science R610.3 D91 

Dunlavy, John. Manifesto 2:^ D92 

DUNLOP, John. History of fiction. 

2v 823 D92 

Dunn, Archibald, Jr. Bridge and 

how to play it 795 D92 

Dunn. .). P. Indiana. [Amer. ami- 

monwtalths. ) 977.2 D92 

Dunne, F. P. Mr. Dooley in peace 

and war ^17 D92 

Mr. Dooley in the hearts of his 

country men SIT D92m 

Mr. D(H>ley*s philosophy HIT D92p 



212 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



5ol.2r 



i i 



Dunning, Her. a. K. Congregation- ' Early life, campaigns and public 
alisin in America .285.8 W2 services of Robert E. Lee B L47fte 

Dt^RER, Albert. Humiliation and i Earth and its inhabitants. Guyot. 

exaltation of our Redeemer 701) DU3 910.7 fG99 

DuRFEE, Job. Whatcheer 811 D93 | Earth and man. Guyot 5,")1 (3 

DuRiVAGE, F. A. Popular cyclopav j Earthly paradise. 3v. Morris. .821 M83e 

dia of history 1)03 Di)3 i Earthquakes and volcanoes. Pon- 

DURU Y. Victor. History of France. 1)44 D93 ! ton 
History of the Middle Ages 940 Di)3 

Dutch and Quaker colonies in Amer- 
ica. 2v. Fiske 973.2 F')4 

Duty. Smiles. 170 Sm4d 

DUYCKINCK, E. A. f<?jrf DUYCKINCK, 

G. L. C'yclopjedia of American 
literature. 2v R810.3 Dl).') 

DUYCKINCK, G. L. Jt. author. See 
Duvckinck, E. A. 

DwiGHT, M. A. Grecian and Roman 

mythology 292 D96 

DwK JHT, Theodore. History of the 

Hartford convention 973.5 D96 

DwiGHT, Timothy. Theology ex- 
plained and defended 252 D90 

DvvYER, .1. H. Essay on elocution. 808. 5 DM 

Dye, E. E. McLoughlin and old Ore- 
gon 917.9;">D98 

Dyer. Induction coils 537.5 D98 

Dyer, Henry. Evolution of indus- 
try 331 D98 

Dyer, T. F. T. B\>lk-lore of Shaks- 



East and west poems. Harte 811 H'Jx* 

Eastburn,George. Metric system.389 KaT 
Eastlake, C L. Hints on house- 
hold taste .749 Ya"^ 

Ea.stman, E. C. White Mountain 

guide-book 917.422 Ea7 

Ea.sy star lessons. Proctoi* 523 l^M 

Eaton, D. B. Civil service in Great 

Britain 3.-)l.l EaS 

EcCEDeus. Parker 2:^2 P22 

ECCE Homo. Seeley 232 Se3 

Eccentricities of genius. Pond . .920 P77 
Echoes of the foot-hills. Harte. 811 HiVc 
Eclectic magazine. 1868-91. v. 7-53.051 Fa*<) 

ECLEC^Tic manual of methods 371.1 EHi 

Eddy, Mrn. M. (B.) G. Miscellaneous 

writings 615.851 E<12 

Pulpit and preiss 615.851 Kdip 

Retrospection and introsy>ection. 

...615.851 ?M2r 

Science and health 615.851 YA^ 

Unity of good. ............ .615.8;")! YA'^ 



Pt^re 822.33 F | Kddy, T. M. Patriotism of Illinois. 



Dyer, T. H. ca. Pompeii 91,3.37 D:)8 

Dymond. .Jonathan. Accordancy 
of war with principles of Chri.s- 

Tlillill > • 1 t ^^ L'}'.' 






Earl of Elgin's mi.^^sion to( 'hina and 



2v 977.3 E*^'- 

Edersheim, Alfred. Sketches of 

Jewish social life 9iW E 

Edinburgh review. 1868-79. v. 127- 

150 052 K 

EdMo.vds, .1. W. Appeal to public 

on spiritualism 133.9 E* 

.Japan. Oliphant 915.1 Ol 3 Edmonds, 8. E. E. Nurse and spy 

Earlk, a. M. Child-life in cohmial i in ^.he IJuionarmy 973.78 K( 

(^l-^y^ 917. .32 Ea7 ' Education. Spencer. ; 370 S] 

Colonial dame.s and good wives. ; Education and the higher liie. 

917..32 Ea7c Spalding .370 S] 

( 'olonial days in old New Vork.917.47 Ea7 , Educational reformers. Quick. .370.9 gi 
Curious punishments of bygone EDWARDS, A. B. Thousand miles 

days 917.4 Ka7 up the Nile 916.2 Ed - 

Customs and fashions in old New F^dwards, II. S. Rossini and his 

Kngland 917.4 Ea7c .sc^hool. iff rent muskian^.) 780 H7-^^ 

Home life in colonial days. . .917.32 Ea7h Edwards, .J. E. Random shots of 

Margaret Winthrop B \V792 European ti-avel in 18.56 914 Kdt-" 

Early history of instituti(ms. Main<'. , Edwards, .Jonathan. F'reedom of 

.340 M2S will l.'>9 Ed^ 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



213 



oughts on revival of religion. .269 EId9 

eatise on religious affections.. .241 £d9 

>rk of redemption 234 Ed9 

ARDS, N. W. Illinois. 1778-1833. 
977.3 Ed9 

ARDS, Richard. Life and char- 
acter of Abraham Lincoln B L736e 

ARDS, W. A. and Harraden, 
Beatrice. Two health-seekers 

n southern California 917.94 Ed9 

)i, M. F. Songs and sonnets. .811 Egl 
:^£STON, Edward. Beginners 

►f a nation 973.2 Eg3 

>'ee also fiction and juvenile. 
:.ESTON, G. C. Rebel's recollec- 

ions 973.78 Eg3 

iee also fiction. 

BSTON, Thomas. Life of John 

Paterson BP296 

ERT, Louis. Letters on music. 780. 4 Eh5 
IT years' wanderings in Ceylon. 

Baker 915.48 B17 

3TEEN Christian centuries. 

White 909 W58 

OTH commandment. Reade.. . 828 R22 
BTY years and more. Stanton . B S792 

Bib. Roe 211 R62 

»ER, William. Elisha Kent 

Kane B K16 

>£RKiN, John, Jt author. See 
Brougham, J. 

)ORADO. Taylor 917.94 T21 

ANA. Lamb 824 L16e 

jah the prophet. Taylor 220.9 T21 

or, C W. American contribu- 
tions to civilization 814 El 4a 

:oT, Gboroe, piteud. Essays and 
leaves from a note-book 824 Rl 4 

mpressions of Theopbrastus Such. 
824 El 41 

legend of Jubal and other poems. 

821 El 4 

•panish gypsy 821 El 4i» 

-See alM> fiction and juvenile. 
lOT, W. G. Discourses on the doc- 
trines of Christianity 230 El 4 

^rly religious education 248 El 4 

..ectures to young men 170 El 4 

.lectures to young women 170 El 4w 

IZABETH and her German garden. 

824 El 42 

•LET, Mm. Eh F. Queens of Amer- 
ican society 920 El ", 



Women artists in all ages and 

countries 750L El 5 

Women of the American revolu- 
tion. 2v 920 El 5w 

Ellinwood, F. F. Oriental reli- 
gions and Christianity 209 El 'i 

Questions an^ phases of modern 

missions 2tt6 El 5 

Elliot, Jonathan. Debates on the 
adoption of the Federal constitu- 
tion in 1787. 5v 342.73 El 5 

Elliott, C. G. Practical farm drain- 
age 631 El r> 

Elliott, Charles. Life of R R. 

Roberts. B R64« 

Elliott, F. R Hand-book of prac- 
tical landscape gardening 710 El 5 

Ellioti\ J. H. jL author. See Briggs. 
Ellis, E. S. One thousand mytho- 
logical characters. 291 El 5 

Ellis, George. Specimens of early 

English metrical romances. 3v. 
820.9 El "i 

Ellis, Mm. S. S. Mothers of Eng- 
land 173 El 5 

Ellis, Rev. William. Memoir of 

Mrs. Mercy Ellu. BE4T 

Three visits to Madagascar.. . .916.9 El 5 

Elocutionist's annual, v. 2, 7, 13. 

808.5 El (I 

Elson, H. W. Side lights on Ameri- 
can history 973 El 7 

Elson, L. C. History of German 

song 784 El 7 

National music of America and its 

sources 780.97 El 7 

El WELL, E. H. Jt. authtfr. Ne^ Ab- 
bott, J. S. C. 
Ely, R. T. French and German so- 
cialism in modern times 3Jld.5 El 9 

Labor movement in America. . ..331 El 9 

Monopolies and trusts 338.8 El 9 

Outlines of economics XiO El 9o 

Problems of today 3.37.3 El 9 

Socialism , 335 El 9 

Taxation in American states and 

cities :i3«.2En» 

Emerson, Ed win Jr. Pepy 's ghost. 814 £Im32 

EMEksON, L. O. Merry chimes. .784 Em3 

Emekson, R. W. English traius. .814 Em3 

Essays. 2v 814 Em3e 

Lectures and biographical sketches. 

814Em3 1 



214 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Letters and social aims 814 Em3 le 

May-day and other pieces 811 Em2m 

Miscellanies 814 Em3m 

Natural history of intellect 814 Em3n 

Nature addresses and lectures . 814 EmSna 

Poems .811 Em2 

Representative men 920 Em3 

Society and solitude 814 Em3s 

ed. Parnassus 811.08 Em2p 

—jt. niUhor. See C'arlyle. 

Emerton, Ephraim. Desiderius 

Erasmus B E65 

Introduction to the study of the 

middle ages »40.1 Em3 

Mediaeval Europe 940. 1 Em3m 

Emigration and immigration. Smith. 

32;') Sm6 

6mile. Rousseau 371.4 R7« 

Eminent women of the age 920 Em4 

Empire of the Ptolemi es. Mahaflf y . 932 M27 
Enchanted typewriter. Bangs.. 817 B22e 
Encyclopedia Americana. 14v . R031 Enl 
Encyclopedia Britannica. 25v. .032 Enl3 

Encyclopedia of fine arts R703 Enl 

End of an era. Wise 973.7 W7r) 

Endymion and other poems. Keats. 

821K22e 

Enfield, William. Speaker. . .090 En2 
Engel, Carl. Musical myths and 

facts. 2v 780.4 En3 

England and America 942 En3 

England and the Orient. Wood. 910 W85 
ENGLANDin the nineteenth century. 

McCarthy. 2v 942.08 M12 

England's darling. Austin 821 Au7 

Engllsh glees and part-songs. Bar- 
rett 784 B27 

English governess at the Siamese 

court. Leonowena 915.93 L55 

English humorists of the eight- 
eenth century. Thackeray 920 T32 

English illustrated magazine. 188:i- 

86. V. 1-3 052 En3 

English lands, letters and kings. 

4v. Mitchell 820.9 M09 

English men of letters series, ed. 
by John Morley. 

Church, R. N\ . Bacon B nr28 

Froude, J. A. Bunyan B B942 

Hutton. R. H Scott B S431 

Huxley, T. H. Hume B H921 

James, Henry, jr. Hawthorne B H;)99j 

Morrison, J. C. Gibbon B G439 

Myers, F. W. H. . Wordsworth B VV92rt 



Nfchol. ,rohn. Byron BBftfin 

Nichol. John. Carlyle BCMto 

Pattison, Mark. Milton BM«Cp 

Saintsbury, George. Dryden ..B DW 

Shairp, J. C. Bums BB«7 

Stephen, Leslie. Johnson BJ«s 

Stephen, Leslie. Pope BPW5 

Symonds. J, A. SheUey BSMfe 

Ward, A. W. Chaucer BC4« 

Ward, A. W. Dickens BDMSw 

English Pharisees and French cro- 
codiles. Blouet 847 B62 

English traits. Emerson 814 Em3 

Ennis, Jacob. Origin of the stars . 520 En6 

Enoch Arden. Tennyson 821 r25e 

Eothen. Kinglake 915.6 Ul 

Epictetus. Discourses 188 Ei4 

EPOCHS-of American history, ed. hy 

A. B. Hart. 
Hart, A, B. Formation of the union. 17S0- 

1829 973.2 H2S»f 

Thwaltes, R. G. Colonies. 1492-1 750... »73.2T42 
Wilson, Woodrow. Division and reunion 

OT3.5W» 

Erato. Gallagher. . ; . ^ ; . ; ; 811 G13 

Error's chains. Dobbins 290 D65 

Erskine, Thomas, Lord, Speeches. 

4v... 825 Er8 

Escape. McFarland 914 Ml^ 

ESCOTT, T. H. S. En^rland 914.2 ^^ 

Espy, J. P. Fourth meteorological 

report 551.5 fE^ 

Essays in idleness. Repplier. . .814 R29e 
'Essays on work and culture. Ma- 

' bie 814 MU^ 

Etcher's hand-book. Hamerton..767Hl^ 
Etching and etchers. Hamerton.767 H^^ 

Ethics of the dust. Huskin 549 K^^ 

EucKEN, KUDOLPH. Fundamental 

concepts 190 Eu- 

EUCLID. Elements of Euclid 090 Eu2 

EUPHUES. Lyly 823 L98 

EURIPIDES. Alcestis 882 Eu7» 

Works, ed. by Paley . .*. 882 Eu7 

European acquaintance. DeFor- ^^ 
est r^ 914D3to 

European breezes. Pitman 914 P^ 

European magazine and London 

review. 1795. v. 28 090 E^^ 

European tour. Allen 914 Al^ 

Euthanasy. Mountford 236 M8<> 

Evans, C\ H. Imports-duties . . ; .337 E^^ 
Evans, ^ei. Christmas. Sermons.252Ev* 
Evans, Thomas. Concise account 

of the reliff iou.s Society of friends. , 
289.6 Ev4 



J 



AUTHOR AND TITLK LIST. 



215 



. F. Soul and body . .615.85 Evl 
roHN. Diary and corre- 
?nce. 4 V. ed. by Bray. ..B E93 
entertainments for young 
....793 Ev2 

C C. Poetry, comedy 
itv 808.1 Ev2 

Edward. Life of Wash- 

B W318e 

'ernon papers 815 Ev4m 

i and speeches. 4v 815 Ev4o 

v. W. Life and thoughts 

n Foster ...828F81 

y English. White. . . .428.3 W58 

y life in Korea. GiflPord. 

266.519 G36 

y philosopher in town and 

•y. Boyd 824 B69e 

ghters. Terhune 613 T27 

'N of Christianity. Abbott. 
\ 213 Ab2 

N of Dodd. Smith 371 Sm6 

Thomas. Life in Brazil. 

918.1 Ewl 

XS. Thoreau 818 T39e 

x.S of an evolutionist. 

814 F54e 

and training 613 H34e 

of heaven. Proctor 523 P94e 

•N of England. Seeley. 325.342 Se3 

N of western ideals. Wald- 

172 W14 

:nt in altruism. Sher- 

171.8 Sh5 

eaner. Seaman 640 Sel 



critics. Lowell 811 L95f 

I slang. Ade 817 Ad3 

I song. Lytton 821 L992f 

e twentieth century. King. 
322Kr>8 

fable in psychology. Jas- 

ir)()J31 

;y and fable. Reddall . .R803 R24 

»f organic evolution. Spen- 

575 Sp3 

fictionsof life, (hardener. 170 G17 

►r the fireside. Hale. . . .793 H13 

.1. Wireless telegraphy. 

5:{7.81 F14 

ice. Craik 914.4 C84 



Fairchild, G. T. Rural wealth 

and welfare 630 F16 

Fairholt, F. W. ed. Dictionary of 

terms in art R703 F16 

Falconer, William. Poetical wojks. 

821 F18 

Fall of prince Florestan B F634 

Familiar fish. McC:arthy 639 M12 

Familiar flowers of Held and garden. 

Mathews 580 M42 

Familiar studies of men and books. 

Stevenson 824 St48f 

Familiar talks on English litera- 
ture. Richardson .820.9 R39 

Familiar trees and their leaves. 

Mathews 582 M42 

Famous American actors of today. 

McKay and Wingate 920 M19 

B^AMOUS American authors. Bolton. 920 B63 

Famous Americans of recent times. 

Parton 920 P25 

Famous givers and their gifts. Bol- 
ton 920B63g 

Famous leaders among women. .920 B63 1 

Famous pamphlets 824 F21 

Famous women of the French court. 
See Saint-Amand. 

Famous women .series. 

Blind, M, Gcowe Eliot B E42 

Gilchrist. A. Mary Lamb B L2I82 

Howe, J. W. Margaret Fuller B 084 

Pitman, E. R. Elizabeth Fry B F946 

Rlstori, Adelaide B Ri»7 

RobiDsoQ. A. M. F. Emily Bronte B B8602 

Thomas. B. OeorKe Sand B D845t 

Yonjfe, C. M. Hannah More B M835y 

Zimmem. H. Maria Ed»;eworth B E23 

Fancy costumes. Weldon 391 W45 

Faraday. Michael. Chemical his- 
tory of a candle 540 F22 

Chemical manipulation 542 F22 

Faris, lift'. W. W. Children of 

light 242 F22 

Farm ballad.s. Carleton 811 C19f 

Fa-RM festivals. Carleton 811 ClMa 

Farm legends. Carleton 811 Vim 

Farmer. F.. M. Boston cook in g- 

.school cook-book VAX F^22 

( 'hating dish possibilities 641 F22c 

Farnham, K. W. California. ..917.J4 F2;i 

Woman and her era. 2v 39(> F2.3 

Farquhar. Anna. Her Bost<m ex- 
periences 917.46 F23 

Farquhar, Georgk. Works. 2v..H22F23 



2Ui 



AL'THort AND TITLE LIST. 



f'ARKAK, C, A. J. From lake 10 lake. 

917.41 F24 

Guidti-booti to Ihe Androscoggin 

lakes 1)17.41 FMg 

FARRAH.C. S. HlHtory or sculpture, 

piiniing and arohlteclure 7U" P24 

Fabrar, ,V™. E. W. (R.) Recolleu- 

tiona oF seventy yeant B F242 

Farrar, F. W. Early days o( ChriB- 

Hanity 270 F24 

Ephphatha .-..asa F24 

Life and works of St. Paul 225.H P24 

Life of Uhrist 232,9 F24 

(IMli MlLMAN, B. H., aTANLEY, A. 
P. iindnther^. Westminster Ab- 
bey and the cathedrals of Eog- 
land 1114.2 F24 

Farthest north. Nansen 91lt,8 Kl"i 

Farwell, E. M. Finders and for- 
tune in F2i> 

Farwelu M. E. Life of William 

("in^y BC27fl 

FAaQUELLE, Louis. New method 
of learning the French langUHge. 
448.2 F26 

Fate of republics 321,8 F2« 

Faust, /c by Taylor. Gfithe .. .8:(2 G71t 

Fawirtt, EonAR, Buntllng ball,811 F28 
--.See iilm licUon. 

Fay, Amy. Munic study in Ger- 
many 78(;.7 F2» 

Feast of the virgins. Gordon Hll GK-i 

FEAST.S of AutolycuB. Fennel] , . .Ml P3K 

PeaTheh-stonhauoh, G. W. Ge- 
ological retonuoisKunLe to Co- 
leau de Prairie 557 ..1 F31 

Fkukkalist. Hamilton utud mlierr. 

.142.7:1 HIK 

Fki,i.(»ws. H. p. Boating trips on 

Nfw England rivers »17.4 K:t3 

Ki':i,i,mvs. .1. l. Zymosis and jiatho- 

K'-ii.-sis (llli p.l;( 

Kki.thn. r. C. Familiar lettei-s 

fn.m EiLii)]ie 1114 F34 

<;iveiv. uiu-ii>nl and mcKlern !«« F34 

FftNKniN, P. UK s. DE r,A M. Le* 

iivi-iiturt'S de Telcmaque K4:i VX'i 



Fkn-T< 
Fkiik, 



II. 



Ferguson, Adah. Progress of the 

Roman republic 937. 02 W3S 

Fekuusson JAMES. Historyof ar- 
chitecture. 2 V RTSIFM 

Pern, Fannv, pxud. See Parton. 

.Wn>. S. P. 
FernaLD, J, C. Imperial republic. 

32.1.3 F39 

Ferri, Enrico. Criminal sociologv. 

339 Fil 

Ferris, O.T. Great BiDgers. 2v..780Fll 
Fe-Ssenden T. 0. Complete farmer 

and rural euonomics 630 Fli 

Festival chimes. Martin 783 M3e 

Festus, Bailey 821 BIM 

FeUDGE, F. It India B54 FU 

P'EW memories. Anderson B A5W 

T''iDF.[.io. Beethoven 782 B39 

Field, Rer. Ouhster. Scripture 
Illustrated by facta, iucidentsand 

anecdotes 250 F*i 

Field, Eugicne. Little bookof west- 
ern verse 811F4'> 

Second book of verse SUFI'S 

Sharps and flats. 2v 817 FW 

With Trumpet and drum 811 F4J* 

— See titnti fiction and juvenile. 
Field, H. M. Among the holv bills. 

915.69 F4.-. . 

From Egypt to Japan 915 Ft' 

From the lakes of Killarney to the 

Golden Horn ' 814 F4i 

Gibraltar BI4.68F4.i 

Greek Islands and Turkey 914.IB Fl.'> 

Old Spain and new Spain 9U.6 FV' 

On the desert 91.1.31 F15 

Our western archipelago H17.98Fti 

Fii>u.D. .l/rs. H. M. Home fiketcbes 

11 Fi-amre 914.4F« 

Field, Kate. Charles Albert Feeb- 
ler BFSl 

Hap- hazard 81. Ftl 

Pen photographs of Charles Dick- 
ens's readings 823 F15 

Field, M.B. Memories of many men 

and some women '..... m ft^ 

Fields. Annie. Authors and 

friends 920 F« 

Fields, .1. T. Yesterdays with au- 

thoi-s 920 F4ii2 

Fifteen decisive battles of the 

worid. Creasy 909(»8 

Fifty social evenings. Smiley . . .793Sm4 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



217 



Louis. Primitive man . . 571 F46 

ow of death 218 F46 

. T. Songs and song wri- 

780 P498 

's magazine. 1884, 90. v. 8, 

051 F51 

science. Nichols 504 N51 

travels. Lowell 910 L95 

to the young housekeeper. 

ck 640 H43 

itury of national existence.973 F51 

mch course 448.2 F51 

pressions of England. Mil- 

914.2 M61 

es ..177 F51 

nciples. Spencer 113 Sp.3 

nion of the survivors of the 

of the Tennessee 973.76 T25 

iV. Complete arithmetic. 511 F52 
c, W. P. Manual of ele- 

iry law 347 F52 

MrH» A. B. (B.) Life and 

lildren 592 B85 

T. P. Colonial era. {Anier. 

/ series.) 937.2 F53 

of the Christian church..270 F53 

ation 270.6 F53 

irlARY. General survey of 

ican literature 810.9 F53 

»f French critics 840.4 F53 

3. G. Making of Pennsyl- 

: 974.8 F53 

3men and manners in colon- 
times. 2v 917.32 F53 

''illiam Penn B F412 

). W. Three great tempta- 

170 F53 

\N'S luck. Van Dyke. ...814 V28 

LBUR. Travels on the con- 

t of Europe 914 F54 

. K. West Indies 972.9 F54 

W. Book of the first Amer- 

jhess congress 794 F54 

•HN. American revolution. 

97.3.3 F54 

ings of New England 974 F54 

r of science and other es- 

5 814 F54 

ivernment in the U. S.. 342. 73 F54 
period of American his- 

^ 1783-1789 973.3 F54c 

ism and other essays 814 F54d 



Destiny of man viewed in the light 

of his origin .218 F54 

Discovery of America. 2v 973. 1 F54 

Dutch and Quaker colonies in Am- 
erica. 2v 973.2 F54 

Excursions of an evolutionist. . .814 F54e 
History of the U. S. for schools. .973 F54 
Idei of God as affected by modern 

knowledge 211 F54 

Mississippi valley in the civil war. 

973.7 F54 

Myths and myth-makers 398 F54 

Old Virginia and her neighbors. 

2v 973.2 F54o 

Outlines of cosmic philosophy. 2v . 110 F54 

Through nature to God 211 F54t 

Unseen world and other essays. 814 F54u 
— See aho juvenile. 

Fitch, Clyde. Nathan Hale'. ... 812 F55 
Fitzgerald, Edward, «r. iSe^Omar 

Khayyam. 
Fitzgerald, J. tr. Teachings of the 

twelve apostles. Greek text. .229 F57 

Fitzgerald, P. A. Exhibition 

speaker 793 F57 

Fitzgerald, S. J. A. Stories of 

famous songs 784 F57 

FiTZPATRiCK, J. P. Transvaal from 

within 968.2 F58 

FiVAS, Alain de. Classic French 

reader 448.6 F58 

Five books of song. Gilder 811 G38 

Five great monarchies. 3v. Hawlin- 

son 935 R19 

Five thousand a year. Mitchell. .635 M69 
Five years within the Golden Gate. 

Saxon 917.94 Sa9 

Flaog, Edmund. Venice. 2v 945 F59 

Flagg, W. J. Hand-book of the 

sulphur qure 634 Fill 

B'LAME, electricity and the camera. 

lies 537.8 113 

Flammarion,Camille. Unknown . IM F61 

Wonders of the heavens 523 F61 

Flavel, Kei\ John. Christ knock- 
ing at the door of sinners' hearts.234 F61 

Fountain of life 234 F61f 

Method of grace 234 F61m 

Fleetwood, Rev. John. Life of 

Jesus Christ 232.9 F62 

Fleming, W. H. How to study 

Shakspere. Ser. 1-2 822.33 E 



218 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Fletcher, A. (\ Indian story and 

song ;; 970.1 F63 

Fletcher, Horace. Glutton or epi- 
cure •. 613.2 F63 

Happiness 131 F63 

Menticulture 131 F(i3m 

Fletcher, W. J. Index to general 

literature R040 F63 

and BowKER, R. R. ed. Annual 

literary index ROSO F6:^ 

— :;7. author. See Poole. 
Fleury, M. L. L'Hlstoire de France 

racontee a la jeunesse. 944 F63 

Flint, C. L. Practical treatise on 

grasses and forage plants 633 F64 

Flint, Grover. Marching with 

Gomez 973.9 F64 

Flint, H. M. Life of Stephen A. 

Douglas ,..B D736 

Railroads of the U. S 38;*) F64 

Flint, Timothy. Condensed his- 
tory of the western states. 2 v. 
917.7 F64 

Valley of the Mississippi 917.7 qF64 

Florence of Worcester. Chron- 
icle 942 F()6 

7LOURNOY, Theodor. Frjm India 

to the planet Mars 134 F66 

Flower, William, and Lydde- 

KER, Henry. Mammals 599 F62 

Flush times of Alabama and Mis- 
sissippi. Baldwin 817 B19 

Flynt, .Josiah, pseud. See Willard, 



•*FOR the country.- ' Gilder 811 G38f 

FORBES, Archibald. Chinese Gor- 
don BG662 

Forbes, J. M. Letters and recol- 
lections. 2 V , . . . .B F693 

Force, M. F. From Fort Henry to 
c;orinth 973.73^^4 

Ford, H. J. Rise and growth of 
American politics 329 F75 

Ford, J. D. American cruiser in 
the east 910 Flo 

Ford, P. L. Many-sided Franklin. 

BF831f 

New England primer 372.4 FTo 

True George Washington B W318f 

— See also fiction. 
Ford, Thomas. Illinois. 1818-1847. 

977.3 FT5 

FOREIQN classics for English read- 
ers ed. by Mrs. M. O. W. Oli- 

phant. 

Hamley, E. B. Voltaire B V»» 

Hay ward. Abraham. Gothe B (»**^ 

Reeve. Henry. Petrarch B PlW 

Tulloch. John. Pascal BP378 

Foreign Mission Boards and So- 
cieties. International confer- 
ence. 1893 26(J.06 Id8 

Foreigner in China. Wheeler. .951 W'i6 

Forgiveness of sin. Owe a 234 0«^2 

Forms of water. Tyndall 551.3 T9" 

Forney, J. W. Anecdotes of public 

men 920 FTI) 

Letters from Europe 914 f'^ 



Frank. 

Folk-lore of Shaksp^re. Dy er... 822. 33 F Forney, M. N. Catechism of the 

b^OLLETT, M. P. Speaker of the j locomotive 621.13 F2<) 

houvse of representatives 342.73 F72 FORS Clavigera. 4v. Ruskin 304 R*^ 

Following the equator. Clemen:^. i Forster, .Tohn. Life of Jonathan 

HIT C59f Swift B S97T 

Following the guidon. Custer. 917.8 C9Hf i Statesmen of the commonwealth of 

Folly as it Hies. Parton 814 P2")f ' England 920 FTT 

FONTENOY, Marquise de. Uevela- Walter Savage Landor BL261 

tion of high life within royal I FORSYTH, William. Captivity of 
palaces 920 F73 | Napoleon. 2v B N21S^ 

Fonvielle, Wilfrid de. Thunder 

and lightning 537 F73 

Food for the sick. French ()13.23 F88 

Foods. Smith ()13.2 Sma 

Foot-notes to evolution. .Tordan.')!") .176 

Footfalls on the boundary of an- 
other world 1.33.9 ()w2f 

Footprints of the creator. Miller. 

r,C,7 M()l 



Life of Cicero B CS^ 

Novels and novelLsts of the eight- 
eenth century 823 F'* 

Fortune, T. T. Black and white.. 331F7' 

Forum. 1889-(|((/,e. v. l-diiie 051 ^^ 

Foss, Edward. Memories of West- 
minster hall. 2v 920 FI9 

Foster, a. P. Manual of Sunday- 
school methods 268 FBI 



i 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



21tt 



ON, ed. New cyclopaedia 

rations adapted to Chris- 

3hing R808.8F81 

>psedia of poetical illus- 

as R808.8F81n 

V, Mississippi valley .917.7 F81 

ic races of the ui S 571 F81 

IN. Critical essays. 2v.824F81 

tioughts of John Foster. 828 F81 

:^H AEL. Physiology . . . 612 F81 

of physiology 612 F81p 

F. American leads. . .705 F81 

795F81C 

Hoyle 795F81CO 

among Spanish-Ameri- 

lassaurek 918 H27 

of novel reading. Moul- 

823 M86 

. S. Religion, natural 

?aled 210 F82 

re 139 F82 

'. C. English grammar. 425 F82 

'. W. Julius Caesar. . .B C128 

Memoirs 090 F83 

^E. Journal B F792 

. Book of martyrs .... 272 F83 

>. Auber 782 A u 1 

; of an autobiography. 

es BM895 

ren of the air. Scudder. 
595.78Scu4f 

RMANwar. Moltke. 943.08 M73 

die^s ladies' magazine. 
051 F85 

lie's Sunday magazine. 

051F85S 

3, Percy and Frank- 

f/v. Percy. Pasteur. .B P293 

Benjamin. Autobiog- 
BF831 

V. 2 308F85m 

ard's almanack 818 F85 

lOv 308 F85 

Sir John. Thirty years 
rctic regions 919.8 Fa5 

S. R. Memories of a 

Qiral BF8:U 

HN. Chaucer to Long- 

2v 820.4 F86 

W. British India .... 954 F86 

lAROLD. New exodus. 296 F87 

fiction. 

TER. Ancient history .930 F87 



Freedley, E. T. Philadelphia and 

its manufactures 974.81 F87 

Freedom of will. Edwards 159 Ed9 

Freeman, E. A. Comparative poli- 
tics 320 F87 

Historical essays. 3v 904 F87 

Old-English history 942.01 F87 

Outlines of history 909 F87 

Story of Sicily, Phoenician, Greek 
and Roman. (Story of the wtt ions.) 

937.8 F87 

William the conqueror B W716 

Freeman, J. E. Gatherings from an 

artist's portfolio in Rome 704 F87 

Fremantle. Three months in the 

southern states 917.5 F88 

Fremont, J. C. Expedition to the 

Rocky Mountains 817.8 F89 

Fremont, Mrs, Jessie (B.) Souve- 

nii-s of my time 910 F88 

French, E. C. Food for the sick .613.23 F88 
French, H. F. Farm drainage. . . .631 F88 
French and German socialism in 

modern times. Ely 335.5 El 9 

French and Indians of the Illinois 

river. Matson 977.3 M423 

French and Italian note-books. 2v. 

Hawthorne 914.5 H31 

French and Spanish painters. Stot- 

hert . '. 759 St7 

French at a glance. Thimm 448 T34 

French dramatists of the nineteenth 

century. Matthews. 840.9 M43 

French home life 914.4 F88 

Frenchman in America. Blouet. 917.3 B62 
Fresenius, C. R. Qualitative chem- 
ical analysis 544 F89 

F'REY, A. R. Sobriquets and nick- 
names ROW F89 

Fricknell, G. Sociable 793 F91 

Friendly letters to girl friends. 

Whitney 170 W61 

Friendly visiting among the poor. 

Richmond 361 R41 

Friends' General Conference. 

Proceedings 289.6 F91 

Friends in council. 2v. Helps. ..824 H36 

Friends' intelligencer, v. 37 205 F91 

Friendships of women. Alger. .396 Al 3 
Frieze, Jacob. Concise history of 
the extension of suffrage in 
Rhode Island 324.75 F91 



220 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Holy and profane states 243 F95 

FULLERTON, ALEXANDER. Indian- 
apolis letters on theosophy 212 1% 

Proofs of theosophy 212 F9i)p 

Wilkesbarre lectures on theoso- 
phy 212F9.JW 

Fun better than physic. Hall . . . .613 H14 
Funk, I. K. ed. Standard diction- 
ary of the English language.. K423St2 
FURNESS, Mrs. H. H. Ckjncordance 

to Shakspere's poems 822.33 qGf 

Future of the American negro. 

Washington 326 W2: 

Future of war. Bloch 355 B62 

Fyffe, C. a. History of Greece. .938 FlW 
History of modern Europe. 1792- 

1 K7H U4.I) H FVJ 

Fyles, Franklin. Theater and its 
people T92F1*!< 



Frink,H. A. New century speaker.808.r) F91 

Frithiof's Saga. Tegner 839.71 T2:J 

FrObel, Friedrich. PMucation of 

man 370 F92 

Pedagogics of the kindergarten. 

(Inter, edac, ser.) 372.2 F92 

Fr^bel's gifts. Riggs and Smith .372.2 R44 
FrObel's occupations. Riggs and 

Smith 373.2 R44f 

Frolssart, Sir John. Chronicles 

of F]ngland, France, Spain, etc. 

U40.4 F92 

From Egypt to .Japan. Field 915 F4r) 

From India to the planet Mars. 

Flournoy 134 FW5 

From lake to lake. Farrar 917.41 F24 . 

From sea to sea. Kipling. 2v . ..910 K«25 [ 
From the child's standpoint. Win- 

terburn 150 W72 

From the lakes of Killarney to the 

(Jolden Horn. Field . . .' 914 F4r) 

Frost, John. American speaker .808.5 F92 
Frothinoham, a. L.Jt.anthitr. Sec 

Marquand. 
Frothinoham, C). B. George Rip- 
ley. ( Amcr. men of letters. ) B R589 

Theodore Pai-ker B P243 

Fhothingham, Richard. Rise of 

the republic of the U. S 342.73F93 

Siege of Boston 97:J.3 F93 ' GALAXY. 1869-1878 lV)l Gl'J 

Froude, J. A. Biinyan B B942 Gale, Ker. J. S. Korean sketches. 

Knglish in Ireland in the eight- j 915.19 (il-^ 

eenth century. 3 v . .941.5 F93 (Jalionani, A. W. and Co. Paris 

English in the West Indies. ...917.29 F93 guide for 1802: 914.436013 

History of Kngland. 12v 942.05 F93 , GALLAGHER, W. D. Krato 811 (rl-J 

Julius Ca'sar B(128f Gallaher, J. E. Best Lincoln stor- 

Knights Tem[)lai- 929.7 F93 ies tersely told B L* 

Life and times of Thomas jj Becket. ' Representative deaf persons of the 

B T454 U. S 371.92(Ji:{ 

Oceana 919.4 F93 Gallus. Becker 913.37 Bii-** 

Short studies on great subjects. 4 V. (tALTON, Franci.S. Art of travel. 

824 F93 910.2 GL'i 

Thomas ( 'arlyle B ( '2H(>f Natural inh^^ritance 575.1 0^ 

- it. authtr. See Mill. I Galvanized iron wire as employed 

Fuller, A. S. Grape culturlst . . .(>34 F95 in the telephone (554 Gl^ 

Fuller, H. B. Pupi)et-lM)oth S12 Ft)5 i (4annett, W. C. Ezra Stiles Gan- 

- -See ((/.so fiction. nett B CA^ 

Fuller, M. W. George Washing- | (Jardrn llowei^. Hand 716 Rl» 

ton B W31Hfu (i ardkneh, H. H. Facts and fictions 

Fuller, MAWiARET. See < )ssoli. of life 170 Gl' 

Fuller, Thomas, (iood thoughts j (iARUENiKR, Norman. Ready help 

in bad times 241 F.^5 for locomotive engineers.. . .621.13 (ill) 



Gage, M. D. From Vicksburg to 

Raleigh 973.74 G12 

Gage, M. J. Jt. author. See Stanton. 

(^AIRDINER, James. Henry the sev- 
enth BHr)24-" 

Houses of Lancaster and York.942.t>4 OVl 

Gala-days. Dodge 814 DtK>g 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



221 



VBDENINQ by myself. Warner. 7 16 W24 
VRDINER, C. A. Our right to ac- 
quire and hold foreign territory. 
325.73G16 

kRDiNER, S. R Student's history 
of England 942 G16 

rhirty years' war 943.04 G16 

iRDNER, E. C. Homes and how to 
make them 728 G17 

RDNER, Percy, and Jevons, F. 

B. Manual of Greek antiqui- 
ties R 913.38 G17 

BETH and Lynette. Tennyson.821 T25g 
RFiELD, J. A. Garfield's words.818 G18 
RLAND, H. A. Life of John Ran- 
dolph. 2v BR193g 

BLAND, Hamlin. Trail of the 

goldseekers 917.98 G18 

-See alsft fiction and juvenile. 
iRNER,R. L. Apesandmonkeys.599.8G18 
iRRisoN, W. P. and Garrison, F. 

J. William Lloyd Garrison . . . B G242 
^-ENGINE hand-book. Roberts. 621. 4 R54 
^scoiQNE, George. Complaynt 
of Philomene 828 G21 

iSKELL, E. C. Life of Charlotte 
Bronte. 2v B B869 

-See also fiction. 

^SPARIN, Agenor de. America 

before Europe 321.8 G21 

^parin, Mme, de. Near and the 

heavenly horizons 244 G21 

Vel and the mace. Hackett.. 328.1 Hll 

^viN, Anthony. Master key to 
popery 090 G24 

^ViT, H. E. Etiquette of corre- 
spondence 808.6 G24 

.Y, John. Poetical works. 2v. .821 G25 

Y, S. H. James Madison. (Anier, 
statesmen,) B M182g 

-Jt, author. See Bryant, W. C. 

YE, Selina. Great world's farm. 630 G2o 

YLEY, C. M. Classic myths in 

English literature 292 G25 

YLORD, Willis and Tucker, 

Luther. American husbandry. 

2v 630G225 

IKIE, Cunningham. Life and 

words of Christ 2.32.9 G27 

IKIE, James. Great ice age 551 G27 

NESIS of species. Mivart 575 M69 

NUNG, J. F. Hand-book of rhet- 
orical analysis 808 G28 

Vactical elements of rhetoric. .808 G28p 



George, Anita. Annals of the 

queens of Spain. 2v 920 G29 

George, Henry. Land question. . .333 G29 

Progress and poverty 330 G29 

Protection or free trade 337 G29 

Science and political economy. ..330G29p 

Social problems 330 G29s 

George, Henry Jr. Life of Henry 

George B G348 

Georgie. Klser 817 K64 

Gerhard, Fred. Illinois as it is.. 977.3 G31 
Germain, Comte. de Sainte- See 
Saint-Germain. 

German at a glance. Thimm 430 T34 

German home life 914.3 G31 

Gervinus, G. G. Shakespere com- 
mentaries 822.33 Dg 

Gesenius, William. Hebrew and 
Greek lexicon of the Old Testa- 
ment R221.3 G33 

Getting on in the world. Mathews.374 M42 

Ghardaia. Naphegyi 916.6 N16 

Giant cities of Bashan. Porter. 939.4 P83 
Gibbon, Charles, jt. auth/tr. See 

Spofford. 
Gibbon, Edward. Decline and fall 

of the Roman empire. 6v. .937.09 G.35 
Gibbon, Lardner. Jt, author. See 
Herndon. 

Gibbons, J. C. Our Christian herit- 
age 261G,35 

GIBBS, J. A. Cotswold village. .914.2 G35 
Gibson, C. D. Sketches in Egypt. 916.2 G35 
Gibson, L. H. Convenient houses . 728 G35 

Gibson, W. H. Sharp eyes 814 G35s 

— See also juvenile. 

GiDDiNGS, F. H. Principles of soci- 
ology 301 G.3Hp 

Theory of sociology 301 G36 

Gieseler, J. L. Text-book of church 

history. 3v 270 G.36 

GiFFORD, A. H. Germany, her peo- 
ple and their story 943 G30 

GiFFORD, Rer. D. L. Every-day life 

in Korea 26<).519 G36 

Gilbert, Frank. Jethro Wood . . B W876 

Gilbert, W. S. Her Majesty's ship. 

Pinafore 782.6 G37 

Gilchrist, Anne. Mary Lamb. .B L2182 

Gilder, J. B. jt, aut/wr. See Gilder, 
J. L. 

Gilder, J. L. am? Gilder, J. B. 

Authors at home 920 G38 



222 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



— See also fiction and juvenile. 
Gilder, R W. Five boolcs of song. 811 G38 

**For the country." 811 G38f 

GiLPiLLAN, George. Literary ci- 
lery of portraits. 3v 920 G39 

Gillespie, W. M. Treatise on land 

surveying 526.9 G41 

GiLLETT, E. H. Ancient cities and 

empires 930 G41 

History of the Presbyterian 

church. 2v 285.1041 

GiLLlS, .T. M. U. S. naval astronom- 
ical expedition to the southern 

hemisphere, v. 1, 3 918 fG41 

GiLLMORE, Q. A. Construction of 

roads, streets and pavements. 625.7 G41 
GiLMAN, Arthur. First steps in 

general history 909 G42 

History of the American people. .973G42 
Story of Boston 974.46 G42 

Story of Rome. (Story of the na- 
tions,) 937 G42 

Story of the Saracens. {StOiif of 

thenations.) 953 G42 

— See aim juvenile. 

GiLMAN, Mrs.C, P. (S.) Concerning 

children 150 G42 

Women and economics 396 G42 

GiLMAN, D. C. James Monroe. (Anier. 

statesmen,) B M753 

Gilmore, Rev. G. W. Korea from 

its capital 915.19 G42 

Gilmore, J. R and others. Here and 

there in our own country 917 3 G42 

GiNDELY, Anton. Thirty years' 

war. 2v 943.04 G43 

Ginger-snaps. Parton 814 P25g 

Gipsy tents and how to use them. 

Lowndes 7% L95 

GiRARD college and its founder. 

Arey B G518 

Gist of Japan. Peery 952 P34 

Glad tidings. Moody 252 M77 

Gladden, Washington. How 

much is left of the old doctrines? 
204 G45 

Ruling ideas of the present age. 204 (J45r 

Seven puzzling books of the Bible. 221 G45 

Social facts and forces 304 G45 

Who wrote the Bible? 220 G45 

Gladstone, J. H. Michael Faraday. B F219 

Gladstone, W. E. Juventus Mundi. 

883.1 G45 



Glaucus. Kingsley 591.9 K61 

Glazier, Willard. Capture, prison 

pen and escape .* 973.77G46 

Down the great river 917.7 G46 

Three years in the federal cav- 
alry 973.78 G46 

Gleanings from a literary life. 

Bowen 814 B67 

Gleanings in the field of art. Che- 
ney 704 C42 

Glimpses across the sea. Clover. .914 062 
Glimpses of fifty years. Willard . . B W692 
Glory and shame of Elngland. Les- 
ter. 2v 914.2L56 

Glutton or epicure. Fletcher . . 613.2 F63 

God and the Bible. Arnold 239 Ar6 

God reigns. Roe 252 R62 

God's education of man. Hyde. ..230 H9» 
GODBEY, A. H. Stanley in Africa. 

916.7 Go4 

GODKIN, E. L. Problems of modern 

democracy 335.5 G54 

Godwin, Mary. Vindication of the 

rights of women 090 GM 

Godwin, Parke. Cyclopaedia of 

biography R 920 G54 

Godwin, William. Political jus- 
tice and its influence on morals 
and happiness, v. 2 090 G54i- 

GOETHE, J. W. VON. See G6the. 
GoeTz of Berlichingen. tr. by Scott. 

Gftthe 090GTlg 

Gold-foil. Holland 814 Hllg 

Golden age. Grahame 824 G16g 

Golden horseshoe. Bonsai 973.9 B<>* 

Golden legacy to daughters 173 G56 

Golden legend. Longfellow 811 L^ 

Golden thoughts 808.5 G56 

Golden treasury of American songs 

and lyrics, Knowles 811.08 KT6 

Goldsmith, Oliver. Grecian his- 
tory 090 Go* 

History of Greece 938 G5< 

History of Rome 937 Go" 

History of the earth and animated 

nature, v. 1-2 590Goi 

Miscellaneous works. 4v 824 Go* 

Poetical works 821 Go' 

— See also fiction. 

Gondola days. Smith 914.53 Smo 

Good, J. M. Book of nature 504 G59 

Good behavior. Phelps 395 Pol 



AUTHOR AND TITLK LIST. 223 



u:. Ilorer «41 Rm | Life in its lower, intermediate and 

. 1882. V. 17 «13.0r)Gr)» higher forms 590 (J69 

library G13 G")9 i Mysteries of the great deep. ..551.4(i Gtt9 

nes in McLean county, j (;^the, J. W. von. Autobiography. 

Duis 977.312 D88 2v -. . . . /.BGH84 

. ed Smithsonian insti- i ('onversationsofGrtthewith Ecker- 

^ '^^ ^^'^^^ j mann and Soret 83« G71c 

'. M. Text-book of the ( 'orrespondence with a child .... 8.3« G71 

"^"** ^>-ll ^'^1 Dramatic works ^32 G71d 

•\ J. Municipal ^ome^^ ^^^^^ ; Paust. tr. by Taylor a32G71f 

V ^^ '"''.*! ■*.**,'* *. " ' "1 Goetz of Berlichingen, tr, by Scott. 

->. G. Pictorial history 1 .^^ ^_- 

ifwi G71g 

Hermann and Dorothea SM G71h 

Poems, tr. by Bowring 83i G71 

-Sac nho fiction. 



nd 942 062 

K.J. Great tires in Chi- 

the west 977.31 G()2 

Daniel find otfiers. In 



..,,,, *• " , .,... Gou(iH, J. H. Autobiography BG()92 

of K. ( . Lamed. B L.{2;> ♦ » u- u i i i 

, ., , . , , Autobiography and personal recol- 

. .1. (lOCKlwins of ( on- ' , .. r* ^..^....^ 

M>9->G(>3 l^^'tums BG«92a 

.; • '.: • • • :, / "r; OorLO, a. a. ed Naturalist's li- • 

\ . W . S\ ntax of the . .,,,, ^«„ 

. ' ,^- .„.„ brary ;)9<) G73 

'vb 48;)(;()3| •, ,1. w- * • T • 

IX- tj TIT- ♦ » . -iux^u"> -jt. author. .See- Agassi z, Ix)uis. 

W . H. History of art. «(>9 G03 

.•e and modern art... .709 (;(i.3r ^'^'^'^^' ^' ^' ^"^ Knglish. . . .428.3 G72 

1 mecHiHval art 709.37 (;«3 1 ^''^^'^''^ ^^^^^'^^^ Harin(;- Book of 

. A. Beautiful life of I were-wolves 398 (^3 



K. VVillard B \VH92g ; ^'"''"*"'* myths of the Middle Ages. 

.1. How ( hrist came to ' '^"^ ^"^'^^ 

.vj.>(^^.r Legends of the patriarchs and pro- 

A. Christ of today. .2.32 (;im3 ''^^^^ 244 G 73 

L. Feast of thJ yir- ^^'^'^''' ^^^ development of reli- 

^Yi (ni'y gious belief v. 1 201 G73 

i \ ' Notes ' and * obserya- ' ^^""''^ ^^ Germany. « Ston, of the na- 

on the education of the tioutt.).. J43 G73 

3"! 9**('r" »See <i/.»<o fiction. 

L.* From lady Washing-' " "' ^ <JRADV, H. \V. New south 975 G75 

i*s. C'leye^and i)**0 GO.') ^'^^HAM, A. J. Hand-book of stand- 

JK. A rt of electro-met-"' ' ' I ^''^ '''' An^erican phonography.. (^xi G70 

-.,-ur/-iw. Graham, /^^r. J. A. Missionary ex- 



('. Life of Kdwin M. 



pansion since the reformation . .20(5 G70 

2v B S793 (JRAHAM, THOMAS. Inorganic chem- 

a world of sin. Van i'^try 546 G70 

251 V28g (iRAHAM\s magazine. 1842 (nW)G70 

an age of doubt. Van CiKAHAME, KENNETH. Dream d ays. 824 G70 

251 V2H (iolden age 824 G70g 

tie kingdom 220.9 (;09 Pagan i)a|>ers 824 G76p 

'ealth. Carnegie .131 C '21 GRAMMONT, Philihert, rrm»/. Me- 

M. iiench work in wood. moii^ of the court of ( 'harles the 

0!4(;09 se<'ond B G74<) 

UND. History of eight- GRANT, N/'r ALEXANDER. Aristotle. 

•nt ury 1 iterat ui'e. 1000- [A nc. c/af.v/cs. i 888 Ar4y 

820.9 GOO ' Xenoi)hon. (.1 nv. ( 7f/.s.s/<-.s. ) 888 X2y 

. Kyeningsat tlie mii'ro- (iRANT, J. B. Our common biixls 
578 G09 and how to know them 598.2 E70 



224 AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 

Grant, James. Greai melropoliM. : Greater Victorian poeU. Walker. 

9U.21G711 821.1 WI5 

Grant, G. M. Relitfions of the j GKEATESTthingiathe world. Druna- 

world 20H GTfi | "W»(wl 242 tm 

Grant, Robert. Search- light let- Greek aotbology. Neaves. (Ahc. 

ters H14 CTO ' (•(«»<«■«.) 884.9 K*7^ 

—.See aim, Hction and juvenile. j <Jheek mythology ^jsleiij»ti/.,-ii. 

GRANT, U. S. Personal memoirs. 2v.BG7«3 1 *"»" 292 Scirf 

Graver thoughta of a country psp- j GREEKS of todaj. Tuclcerman .9M.ao TTS 

son. Boyd 252Be9gr^'*''"*'i-*^^' Hiirace. American om- 

Gray, Asa. Lessons in botany.. .58U (i'!*! ^^'^^- '^' 973.'G81 

Manual of botany !..r>S(l GTShn I Autobiogritphy Bfiret i 

School and Held botany 580 GlUs , Assays on imlilical economy 337 OSl I 

SynopticalHoraof North America. ' WhatJltnow of fanning BMWI j 

')Sl.!t7<;7St| "n<i Cleveland, J F. Political i 

— .Seenfw/juveniie. ' text-book for I860 329.1(Wi : 

Gray, E. W. New religion 2(11 G7H j *■"'='='-"'' -^- W Explorers and lra»- 

GaAY,G.Z. ('bildren'Mcruwade..l>4<l.4079l '■Hers. {Ment>fachievet>Knl.)...^*^i 

GRAY, Thoma-s. Poetical works. .821 G7i) I '^'"^:'^''' Beriah. Miscellaneous writ- 

Great and eccentric eharacterx of '""I* 2ftl(i(fi 

the world !*20G7a' *''*^'^' ■'■ ^- Conquest of England. 

Great battles of ail nations. 2v I ***"'" '''^ 

Wilberforce WHWW History of the English people. 5v.»l3G« 

GRErT'lTriiVeteacheW.Hiiiir i/*"'''^^,^^^^^^ k*"-""^ 

GREAT Britain -ftoi„.(fV,mn,.*.,Vm .Jrben, S. S. Library aids 0210! 1 

U.«^utf«i/^,(.o„. OIHcialcau- I green fields and running b«)ok8. 

logueo(theBiiiishswtion.lli)<(.77.1(-Wi Riip,, Htl lU^ ' 

GREAT commande<^,e.;. by.I. G. WiU \ uheene. C.'a'.'Thriiiing Stories of I 

„"*"■ i the great rebellion B73.Tf(;SJ I 

S::^h",Ve. XrSl-""""" ^^^ll^^^^^^^^^' ''■^- R»leof theTnrk.956.6.i« 
Great conversers. Maihew:, . . ..»U M42| "'"='^^*=' '"'■ ^'- -Mississippi. .. .973.73 liffl . 
Great cryptogram. Donnelly. .«22.;t:t<iA '^"'"^'^'''^ ''^ ^'- I'"* of Nathaniel 

GREAT fortunes and how they were I Greene. 3v . . . .■ BG811 

made. McCabe !.'() Ml' ; GREENE, R. H. Healthy exercise. .613Gffl 

GREAT French wriiei-s. , Greene, S. D. Broken seal .ffie.KiS 

Saiftie.Ane<l« HernunllneileSi. Pii-rn-.B B.'Sat [ '^"^'^'■'^'I'^Ll'' ^' ^- Alcohol ITSGlO 

Bolwier, (Jnauin. Mttdiune de Scvltrn.-.,.H -Bu | GliEEM-EAy BENJAMIN Elements 
U»ro.E. GeowSond H Dw5 of geometry and trigonometry ..IISI* 

^""i::^.. Ti';>t, ":.^:, ,, . :^^ J- B- '■'■ ««'A»'-- ■'*« ' 

Simon, Jules. Victor Co un In nciw; Allen, .T. H. 

Sore], Albert. Mail ume de S tie) USTid i GREENWOOD, GRACE, pwiul. .Sk 

Sorcl, Alberl. Montesquieu B MTTH ' Lippincott. 

GREAT Ice age. Geikie ."i:')l G27 Greenwi«>d,Laura. Rural wreath. 

GREAT joy. Moody 2.12 M77g 71B.2 Gffi 

Great rebellion. Headley in;t.7 H;i4JGRE<i, W. R. Enigmas of life «i4G« 

Great Salt I^ke trail. Inman mid Literary and social judgments. .824G*»1 

*'<^,»' Iil7.!)21nil GREtiu. Thomas. Hand-book of 

GREAT west, Hayden •mil mbeiv. fruit culture RMGUti 

!n7.H(|H;t.'t Gbj^ory, Ounthcs. Letters on 

<;reat world's farm. Gaye (i3(i <;2.1 the tvidences. doctrines and du- 

Greater Uritain. Dilke SU" l)r.7 ties (.( the ihri.siian religion... 239 lV« 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 22.1 



lEOORY, William, J^ autfmr. See GRt5N, Anastasius. Last knight.8:n 092 

Turner, Edward. * | Guays, J. F. Leboys. True syn- 

tern of religious philosophy 201 GW.'l 

GUERBER, H. A. Legends, of the 



iEYSON letters. Rogers 826 R726 

KEYSTONE and porphyry. Peck. .811 P33 
RIFFIS, W. E. American in Hol- 
land 914.92 G87 

Brave little Holland and what she 

taught us 949.2 G87 

Japan in history, folk-lore and art.952G87 
Mikado's empire 952 G87m 



Middle Ages 398 G93 1 

Myths of Greece and Rome 292 G9:{ 

Stories of the Wagner opera.782.2 W12g 
— See a/«r> juvenile. 

Gu6rin, Eugenie df.. Letters. . .846 GW\ 
(jUE.Sses at the riddle of existence. 



Pilgrims in their three homes.. 973.2 G87 | Smith 204 Smo 



—See ali*o juvenile. 
RIPFITH, A. A. Lessons in elocu- 
tion 808.5 G87 



Guest at the Ludlow. Nye 817 Nt 8 

Guide through the galleries of 

painting of the Louvre 708.4 G94 



RIGOS, E. H. New humanism. . .170 G87 | Guide to the trees.. Lounsberry. .58:^ L92 
RIMM, Hermann. Life of Michael I guide to the wild floV^ers. Louns- 

berry .580 L93 



Angelo. 2v :30L B88 

RiMSHAW, William. History of 
South America 980 G88 



HINNELL, G. B. Indians of today. 

970.1 G88 



GUILLEMIN, AMlhD^E. Heavens. .520 G94 

Sun 523 G94 

WonJers of the moon 523 G94w 

GuiMPs, Roger de, Pestaloz..i. ..B P476 
-See «teo juvenile. , guinne.ss, L. E. Across India at 

aiNNELL, W. M. Regeneration of , ^^^ ^^^„ ^^ ^^^ 20th century.915.4 G94 

^^** ^- ^ ^"^^ ^'^ -it, autfwr. See Millard. 

RISWOLD, Asa. Sermons 252 G87 ^ „ , . , .., ,,. 

RISWOLD, H. T. Home life of great ^^^^^'^' ^' ^- ^- GorneiUe and his 

authors 920 G88 ^'™^^ ^ ^ ^'^ 

aiSWOLD, R. W. ed. Female poets ' '^^^^''^ revolution of 1640. ...^)42.(m2 G94 

of America 811.08 G88 ' ||:«^«^>' ^ T """".'oJ ""'o' ' ' ' !\ 

Poeu. and poetry of America. I History of France U> 1848. 8v..K44G94 

History of representative govern- 
ment -321 G94 



R 811.08 G88 
Poets of the nineteenth century. 

811.08 G88p 



Gulf and the inland waters. Ma- 



aOESBBCK, John. Crittenden ^^^ 973.75 M 27 

commercial arithmetic and busi- i Gulick, S. L. Growth of the king- 

ness manual 511 G91 ^^^ o^ ^'^ 270 G95 

ROHMANN, W. A. Baillie- Gamps Gulistan, tr. by Gladwin. Sadi. 891.5 Sal 

in the Rockies 917.8 G89 i Gulliver's tr.ivels. Swift 827 Sw5g 

RONLUND. Laurence. New econ- '. Gummere, .Tohn. Treatise on sur- 

omy .3.V) G89 veying 52H.9 (^95 

ROSE, Francis. Antiquities of Gunton, (;eorge. Trusts and the 

England and Wales 090 fG91 ! public 3.38.8 Gi;5 

ROSS, H. H. Teachers' manual..522 G91 ' GUROWSKi, Adaiv^ de. America and 
ROTE, George. History of Greece. Europe .342.73 Gm 

12 V 938 G91 1 Diary. 18()l-().3. 2v 973.7 (iMi 

ROVE, George, ed. Dictionary of GusTAFSON,AXELriH(?GusTAFS()N, 

music and musicians. 4 v..R 780.3 G91 , Z. B. Foundation of death — 178 (;97 
ROVE, Sir W. R., Helmholtz, Gustafson, Z. H. .//. ntilhor. Sw 

H. L. F. VON, and others. Cor- Gustafson, Axel. 

relation and conservation of ' Guthrik. K. S. My messa^^e and 

force 5.30 G91 | how I got it 204 UUH 

IOVE8, .JOHN. Greek and English | Guthrie, Thomas. Autobi()irrai)hy. 

dictionary R 483 G91 i 2v H (;*:84 



22% 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



GUYOT, A. H. Earth and its inhabit- 
ants 910.7 fG99 

Earth and man 551 G99 

H 

Habberton, John, jt, author. Sec 
Norton, C. L. 
—See (Uho juvenile. 

Habits of good society .395 Hll 

Hackett, F. W. Gavel and the 

mace 328.1 Hll 

Sketch of William Adams Rich- 
ardson B R513 

Hadley, a. T. jt. autlwr. See Ste- 
phens, H. M. 
Hadley, .Tames. Essays philolog- 
ical and critical 4()4 Hll 

Greek grammar 485 Hll 

Roman law ,349 Hll 

Haeder, Herman. Hand-book on 

the steam-engine 621.1 Hll 

Haggard, D. D. Genealogy and his- 
tory of the Haggards 929.2 H12 

Haig, Alexander. Diet and food. ($1.3.2 H12 

Haines, E. M. American Indian. 

R970.1 qH12 

Haines, T. L.Jt. author. See Yaggy. 
Hale, E. E. Fall of the Stuarts. 942. 06 H 13 

How to do it 374 H13 

James Russell Lowell and his 

friends H L915 

Seven Spanish cities and the way 

to them 914.6 H13 

and Hale.Susan. Story of Spain. 94() H13 
— See ((/.so fiction and juvenile. 
Hale, L. F. Fagots for the fireside.7i)3 IIl.J 
Half:, .1/rs. S. .1. Flora's interpret- 
er 716.2 H13 

Keeping house and house-keeping. 

(>40H13 

Sketches of all distinguished wo- 
men • 920 H13 

Hale, Susan, story of Mexico. 

{Stonf 0/ the ntthms.) 972 [113 

--//. antUor. See Hale. E. E. 

Half a century. Swisshelni H S979 

Half-centuuy of conllict. 2v. F.irk- 

man 973.2 P23h 

Half-hours with modern scientists. 

:M H13 

Half-hours with the best authors. 

4v. Knight 808.8 K74 



Half-hours with the stars. Proc- 
tor 523 qWh 

Half-hours with the telescope. 

Proctor 022P94 

Hall, A. W. Problem of human 
life 213 HU 

Hall, E. B. Memoir of Mary L. 

Ware B W2T1 

Hall, E. H. Ten lectures on ortho- 
doxy and heresy 273 H14 

Hall, F. H. Social customs 395 H14 

Hall, G. S. ed. Methods of teaching 

history 907 H 14 

Hall, .Tames. Life and manners in 

the west. 2 v 917 H14 

Romance of western history 977 H 14 

Hall, Itev, JosEa>H. Contemplations 

on the historical passages of the 

old and new testaments 220.9 H14 

Hall, L. V. j7. antlvnr. See Artman, 

William. 
Hall, Mrs, Matthew. Lives of the 

queens of England before the 

Norman conquest 920 H14 

Hall, Robert. Works. 4v 204 H14 

Hall, U.S. and Higgins, Anthony. 

Speeches on the income tax. 3.36. 24 H 14 

Hall, W. W. Fun better than 

physic 013 H14 

Health by good living 613 H14b 

Sleep I613H14S 

Hallam, Henry. Constitutional 

history of England .342.42 HI) 

Europe during the Middle Agea 940.1 Hl3 

Literature of Europe. 1400-1700. 2v. 

809 H15 

View of Eu!*ope during the Middle 

Ages 940.1 Hl-'i^ 

Halle, Ernst von. Trusts. . ..338.8 Hl'> 
IIalleck, Fitz-Greene. Poetical 

works 811 HIJ 

Halleck, H. W. Elements of mili- 
tary art and science 3iw HI-* 

Halleck, H. P. History of Eng- 
lish literature 820.9 Hlo 

Hallowe'en. Orne 394 0rt» 

Uallowell, R. p. Quaker inva- 
sion of Massachusetts 272 Ill-i 

Halsey, Uvv.Ij,.}. Literary attrac- 
tions of the Bible .* 220 Hit) 

Memoir of Rev. Lewis Warner 

(Jreeu BGTJ^ 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



227 



LSTEAD, MURAT. National poli- 
tical conventions of 1860 329 H16 

MERSLEY, L. R camp. Living of- 
ficers of the U. S. navy and ma- 
rine corps 973.75 H17 

MERTON, P. G. Autobiography . B H215 

haptens on animals 590.4 H17 

ontemporary French painters. 759.4 H17 

tcher's hand-book 767 H17 

tching and etchers 767 H17e 

itellectual life 374 H17 

ainter's camp 914 H17 

aris in old and present times. 914.436 H 17 

iound my house 914.4 H17 

houghts about art , 704 H17 

nknown river 914.4 H17u 

^d Portfolio 705 H17 

MILTON, Alexander and others. 
Federalist 342.73 H18 

JkiiLTON, Gail, p»eud. See Dodge, 
M. A. 

MILTON, J. A. Reminiscences. B H218 
MILTON, J. C. Life of Alexander 

Hamilton. 2v B H217 

MILTON, Sir William. Discus- 
sions on philosophy and litera- 
ture 104 H18 

MLET. See Shakspere. 

MLEY, E. B. Voltaire B V935 

MLIN, A. D. F. Text-book of the 

history of architecture 720.9 H18 

MMOND, E. P. Harvest work of 

the Holy Spirit 269 H18 

MMOND, W. A. Physiological 

memoirs 012 H18 

leep and its derangements 135 H18 

>fCOCK, Mrs. A.R. Reminiscences 

of W. S. Hancock B H235 

J^oocK, Thomas. Principles of 
peace 172 ni9 

WD-BOOK of Colorado 917.88 H19 

MD-BOOK of currency and wealth. 

Waldron 3.32.42 W14 

JJD-BOOK of practical receipts. AM H19 

?JD-BOOK of social economy. 

About 3.30 AM 

^ID-BOOK of the city of Atlanta. 
917.581 AtO 

N^D-BOOK of the new library of 

congress. Small, comp 027 Sml 

JID-BOOK of the new public li- 
brary in Boston. Small, cf)mp. 
027Smlb 



Hand-book to the works of Robert 

Browning. Orr 821 B822y 

Handford, T. W. Early life and 
public services of Grover Cleve- 
land and Thomas A. Hendricks. B C635 

Handwriting of God in Egypt. 

Randall 915.69 R15 

Hanging of the crane Longfellow. 811 L86h 

Hanna, S. J. Christian science his- 
tory 615.851 H19 

Hansa towns. Zimmern. (Story of 

the nations,) 943 Z6 

Hanslick, Eduard. Beautiful in 

music 780.1 H19 

Hanson, J. W. Sketch of the old 

sixth regiment 973.78 H19 

Hapgood, I. F. Russian rambles.914.7 H21 
Hapgood, Norman. Abraham Lin- 
coln B L736h 

Hap-h AZARD. Field 817 F456 

Happy days of the empress Marie 

Louise. Saint-Amand B M335 

Happy home. Murray 173 M96 

Haps and mishaps of a tour in Eu- 
rope 914 L66 

Harby, Isaac. Miscellaneous writ- 
ings 090 H22 

Hardinge, Emma. Modern Ameri- 
can spiritualism 133.9 H21 

Hardy, E. J. Mr. Thomas Atkins. 

354.425 H22 

Hardy, R. S. Manual of Budhism.294 H22 

Hardy flowers. Robinson . . , « 716 R56 

Hare, A. J. C. Cities of central 

Italy. 2v 914.5 H22 

Cities of northern Italy. 2v. .914.5 H22n 
Cities of southern Italy and Sicily. 

914.5 H22s 

Days near Paris 914.436 H22 

Days near Rome 914.56 H22 

Florence and Venice 914.55 H22 

Paris 914.436 H22p 

Records of a quiet life B H274 

Sketches in Holland and Scandina- 
via 914.92 H21 

Walks in London 914.21 H22 

Walks in Rome 914.5(i H22w 

Harkness, Alrert. Latin gram- 
mar .....475H22 

Latin reader 478.6 H22 

Practical introduction to Latin 

comiwsition 478.2 H22 



228 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Harold. Tennyson 822 T25 

Harpe^i, I. H. Life and work of 

Susan B. Anthony. 2 v B q A628 

Harper's dictionary of classical lit- 
erature and antiquities . .R 913.38 H23 

Harper's new monthly magazine.051 H23 
Index. V. 1-70 R 051 H23 

Harper's weekly 051 H23w 

Harper Brothers. Guide to Paris 

and the exposition of 1900..914.436 H23 
Hand-book for travelers in Europe 

and the east 914 H23 

Harraden, Beatrice, jt. anthm. 
See Edwards, W. A. 
— See also fiction. 

Harrington, James. Common- 
wealth of Oceana 090 H23 

Harris, A. B. Wild flowers 580 H24 

Harris, George. Civilization con- 
sidered as a science 901 H24 

Inequality and proijress 330 H24 

Harris, J. C. Nights with uncle 

Remus 398.3 H24n 

Uncle Remus and his friends.398.3 H24u 
Uncle Remus, his songs and his 

sayings 398.3 H24 

— See aho fiction and juvenile. 
Harris, John. Great commission. 266 H24 

Man primeval 2.33 H24 

Patriarchy 2:« H24p 

Pre- Adamite earth 210 H24 

Harris, T. W. Some of the insects 

injurious to vegetation 632 H24 

Harris, W. T. Study of philosophy. 

\ .102 H24 

Harrison, Benjamin. This coun- 
try of ours 342.73 H24 

Harrison, Mvh, Burixdn. See Har- 
rison, MvK. Constance (C.) 

Harrison, Clifford. Reading 

and readers 808.5 H24 

Harrison, Mrs. Constance (C.) 
History of the city of New York. 

974.71 H24 

Short comedies for amateur play- 
ers 793H245 

See also fiction and juvenile. 

Harrison, F.veleen. Home nurs- 
ing 649 H24 

Harrison, F. J. Jt. nulh/n: See 
Kiddle. 



Harrison, Frederic. Oliver Crom- 
well. ( Twelve Eng. statesmen . ) . . B C9I6 
Studies in early Victorian litera- 
ture 820.4 H24 

Tennyson, Ruskin, Mill and other 

literary estimates 820.4 H24t 

Harrison, J. A. Story of Greece. 

(Story oftue nations.) 938 H24 

Harrison, J. B. Indian reserva- 
tions 970.5 H24 

Harsh A, D. A. Heavenly token. .242112.) 
Hart, A. R American history told 

by contemporaries. 2v 973.2 fl25 

Formation of the union, 1750-1829. 

(Epochs of Amer. history.).. 913.2 H2r>( 
Salmon Portland Chase. (Amer. 

statesmen.) B ('4^» 

Studies in American education. 370.4 H2.') 
—jt. autfutr. See Channing, Ed 
ward. 
Hart, J. M. German universities.378H25 
Hart, J. S. Manual of composition 

and rhetoric 808 Hi> 

Manual of English literature. .820.9 H25 
H ARTE, Bret. East and west poems. 

811H25e 

Echoes of the foot-hills 811 H25ec 

Poems 811 H25 

— See also fiction. 
Hartley, C. B. Life of Marion.. B M341 
Hartley, R M. Historical, scien- 
tific and practical essay on milk. 637 H2.> 
Hartley, W. N. Air and its rela- 
tions to life 1U4.7 H2.) 

Hartwig, G. L. Harmonies of na- 
ture r)00H2.» 

Polar world 919.8 H2.> 

Harvey, W. H. Coin's financial 

school 3.32.42 H2<5 

—jt. aidlwr. See Hoar. 

Harwood, a. What was the true 

number of the true apostles?. .226 H2H 

Haskins, C. D. Transformers. 537.84 H27 

H ass ALL, Arthur. Balance of 

power. 1715-1789 940.7 H2T 

Hassaurek, Frederick. Four 
years among Spanish- Ameri- 
cans 918H-27 

Hastings, Jambis, ed. Dictionary 

of the Bible. 3v 220.3 M27 

Havard. Henry. Picturesque Hol- 
land... 914.92 H29 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



229 



Haven, Gilbert. Father Taylor, 

the sailor preacher B T239 

Haven, Joseph. Mental philoso- 
phy 150 H29 

Moral philosophy 170 H29 

Hawaii— Fom^i Affairs, DtpU of. 

Hawaiian islands 919.6 H31 

Hawaii, our new possessions. Mu- 

sick 919.6 M97 

Haweis, H. R. American humor- 
ists 920 H31 

Music and morals 780.1 H31 

My musical memories 780.4 H31 

Hawes, Rev, Joel. Reasons for not 
embracing the doctrine of uni- 
versal salvation 090 H31 

Hawkins, A. H. Adventure of the 

lady Ursula 822 H31 

— See also fiction. 
Hawthorne, Julian. Nathaniel 

Hawthorne and his wife. 2v . . B H399 
—Young, J. R. and Lamberton, 
J. P. ed. Literature of all na- 
tions. 10 V 800 H31 

— See aim fiction. 
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Ameri- 
can notebooks. 2v 917.44 H31 

French and Italian notebooks. 2v. 

914.5 H31 

Our old home 914.2 H31 

Passages from English notebooks. 

2v 914.2 H31p 

— See aim fiction and juvenile. 

Hawthorne, Mrs. Sophia (P.) 

Notes in England and Italy. . .914 H31 
Hay, John. Castilian days 914.6 H32 

Poems 811 H32 

— See also fiction. 

Hayden, F. V. and others. Great 

west 917.8 qH33 

Hayden, Sidney. Washington and 

his Masonic compeers B W318h 

Haydn, Joseph. Dictionary of 

dates R903H32 

Supplement R903 H32s 

Haydon, B. R. Autobiograi)hy and 

journals 7r)0L H32 

HAYE.S, 1. 1. Arctic boat journey in 

ia54 919.8 H32 

Land of desolation 919.8 H32 1 

Open polar sea 919.8 H32o 

Hayes, Justin. Electro-thermal 

bath 015 H32 



Hayward, Abraham. G<^tbe. .BG684h 

Hazel-blossoms. Whittier 811 W61h 

Hazen, W. B. School and army in 

Germany and France 355 H33 

Hazlitt, William. Lectures on 
the age of Elizabeth, and char- 
acters of Shakspere's plays 822.33 C 

Lectures on the English comic 

writers 827 H33 

Life of Napoleon. 4v B N216h 

Round table 824 H33 

Table-talk 824 H33t 

View of the English stage 822 H.33 

Headley, J. T. Grant and Sher- 
man 973.73 H34 

Great rebellion 973.7 H34 

Napoleon and his marshals. 2v.B N216he 
Sacred mountains, characters, and 

scenes in the holy land 220.9 H34 

Headley, P. C. Life of Josephine. B J83 

Life of Louis Kossuth B K86h 

Women of the Bible 920 H34 

Health and how to promote it. Mc- 

Sherry 613 M24 

Health and pleasure on * 'Ameri- 
ca's greatest railroad'' 917.47 N48 

Health by good living. Hall. .613 H14h 

Hearn,Lafcadio. In ghostly Japan. 

' 895 H35 

Heartsease and rue. Lowell. .811 L95h 

Heat. Tyndall 537 T97 

Heat as a .source of power. Trow- 
bridge 621.1 T75 

H EATON, Mrs. Charles. Concise 

history of painting 750 H35 

Heavysege, Charles. Saul 822 H35 

Heckethorn, C. W. Secret soci- 
eties of all ages and countries. 
2v 366 H35 

Hedge, F. H. Primeval world of 

Hebrew tradition 213 H35 

Hedge, Levi. Elements of logic . . 160 H35 
Hedin, Sven. Through Asia. 2v..915H35 
Heermance, J. A. Farmer's mine. 631 H36 
Hegel, G. W. Philosophy of his- 
tory 901 H35 

Heilprin, Angelo. Alaska and the 

Klondike 917.98 H36 

Distribution of animals 591.9 H36 

Heilprin, Louls. Historical refer- 
ence book R903 H36 

Heine,Heinrich. Pictures of travel. 

914 H36 



230 AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 

PoeniH, tr. bj Bowrio? 831 H3« Herxdon, W, H. HiMory ud per- 

HELMHObTZ, H. L. F. VON, )t iiiOhor. Bonal reooUectioDS of Lincoln. 

Se* Grove. W. R. 3v B LT^:^^*"* 

Help to the readiog of the Bible. Heb:«i»n. W. L. ttitd Gibbos, 

Nicholls 220 N.i2 Labdneb. Explormtioa of the 

Helper, H. R. Impeodiog crisis of ia[[-'\ .-I ih-^ Acoazoo- 2t. ..918,1 ^i« 

the south 326 H36 Hei:. hj, f'hillip- S22 E^^-M 

Nojoque 326 H36n HERODOTUS. Historic. 2v 888 Hi-^iti 

Helps, Sir ArTHCR, Frieads id ' History, Ir. by C»ry 888 H*-"*^ 

council. 2v 834 H36 1 Works, v. 1 888 a* 

Social pressure 821 H3fe , HEROES, h-?r..-w(.i--tii|.. (^rljle..824Cl«6 

Spanish conquest In America, iv. Hebobs of the Dations, ed. b; Eve- 

tf:3.IH36: lAnAl>h..tr, 

—See I lino fiction. H-. -- V ' ADnHun Llneoln BLfSflOr 

Hemans, Mrg. F. D. (B.) Poetical [' ' ^^■'^ 

"'"■''« 821H.1T H^igun. ..■■ooih'.»*v;H« 

Hemht BEET, Charles. Nooks and Uxzweu. su utrtxn. Robert the Brum. mi uts 

corners of old New York. . 917.471 H37 oiipiuini. Jfr. m. o. (W-j JcnneiiA™ .BJftw 
Henderson. C. R, Social settle- ^^^'^^ ^;"""r' . "^ 

Wbeeler. B. L Alexaader the sremt . . . . B ATHf « 



..3.1'>.»H38 



Herolves of r h^ irii-;i.lir^. Blosa. .920 B62 



HENUfiRSON. PETER. Gardening for j Hebbick. V,. (HKiSTiVK(T) First 

^.P'r^"'^ '>«H-^! aidto.Ww,u.,.l,,;.;L,..,..4.>H4--» 

(.ardening for profit 6.^, H.18 , herrick, H.,hkrt. M.-.- liU..- J. - '1 B*3 

HENRYof Huntingdon, Cbronlele.W2H.-«)U,^^^,,„^ ,. p Between Ciesar a. 



Henry, Paul. Lite and times o 



Jesus 33.1,: H-l-=^ 



John Calvin B ClfiS ' , 

Familiar lectures on scientific 
^j subjteta WM H« 



„ ' HeRSCHEL, J. F. W. Astronomv.."i2il E9-^ 

Hensel, Ootavia. ■ " - ■ 



Fonda.) Life and letters i 

(iotuchalk 780 G71 1 hebschel, J/™. JOHN. Memoir and 

HEN.SHAU.. J A. Campmg and i ^.„rrespondence of Caroline Her- 

cru.sing in Flonda fl :.,59 H39 . ^.^^1 BHJS^I 

HEPWORTH. (;. H. Rocks and shoals. HERTZ. HenBIK. King Rene's 

- -.243 H41 ! ,l;u,-lit.Hi- 839.82 H»- ^ 

Her Boston experiences. Farquhar. I Hervey, ARTHUR. Masters of 

917.411 F2.1 i French music. {MiuUn of con- 

HeU majenty '« tower. Dixon W2 Dfrl I lemimmr!/ musk.) 780 EMr-J 

Hkhhakt, J. F Tcxi-l)oolc in psy- | Hesekjel, J. G. L Ufe of Bis- 

<;liolog,v. I Inter. Ediie. serief. } . 1.00 H41 mark B B62£b 

Hkrheht. O. K. <■. South-sea bub- : l!i;iHKtii\(;T(iN, W. M. History of 

•''** 919.8 H41 ■ th.- ,-liurcli ,.t Scotland 274.1 047 

Hkkheht, (iBnR<!n Toetical works. Hewett, K. C. Elements of psj- 

821 H41 1 chology 150 H« 

TemiiU' 821 H42t i PedajoRy 371 H« 

Herhekt, 1!. W. Captains of the HEWLETT," Maurice. Earthwork 

Roman republic 92(1 H4i i out of Tuscany 834 H4S 

Hints to hors«-kee|MTs ti36 1 H41 Hiatt, Charles. Picture posters. 741 HJ2 

Life and v.ritini.'M of Frank Forea- Hiawatha. Ijjngfeliow 811 life 

••'■'■■ -*■ B Hr>:m ■ Uum.\ia\ SHiKLEY Field flowers.SSfl H.')2 

OliverCromwell BCSHlih Hickey, W. Constitution of the 

H^^^TY mid human jii-OKress. Mc- U. S. 342.7JHi2 

^^^^k- ^T-"'.! M21 ' HiCKOK, L, P. Creator and erea- 

^^F W^ and Dorothea, Gfitlie. .R"tlG71h i tion 313H5; 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



231 



life. MacDonald 821 M14 

ON, T. W. Book and heart. 

814 H53 

ul yesterdays 814 H53c 

iporaries 920 H53 

b statesmen 920 H53e 

Margaret Fuller. (Amer. 

n of letters,} B 084h 

imbridge 814 H53o 

•t days 917.45 H53 

or papers 613 H53 

tudies of American authors. 

920H53S 

)f the enchanted isles of the 

ntic 398.2 H53 

life for working people. 

hens 331.8 St3 

.YS of literature. Pryde. .028 Pa5 
. F. John Smith's funny 

ntures on a crutch 817 H55 

. S. Our English 428.3 H55 

. C. Life of Benedict Ar- 

..B A752 

EORGIANA. History of Eng- 
dress. 2v 391 H55 

. P. Speeches on the silver, 
il, telegraph and other ques- 



HiNTS for the nursery. Hopkinson.649 H77 
HiRSCH, William. Genius and de- 
generation 801 H61 

Hlscox, G. D. Gas, gasoline and oil 

vapor engines 621.4 H62 

Hlstoric Americans. Parker 920 P22 

Historic towns of the southern 

states. Powell 917.5 P87 

Historical and legal examination 

of the Dred Scott case 973.5 D81 

Hlstorical sketches. 3v. Newman. 904 N46 
Historical war map rebellion rec- 
ord 973.73H62 

History of a crime. Hugo 944.07 H87 

HisiXDRY of all religions. Smucker.270 Sm8 
History of American privateers. 

Maclay 973 M224 

History of Christianity. Milman.270 M63 
History of education. Painter. .370.9 P16 

History of France to 1852 944 H62 

History of New York by Died rich 

Knickerbocker. Irving 817 Ir8k 

History of nineteenth century liter- 
ature. Saintsbury 820.9 Sa2h 

History of our navy. 4v. Spears. 353. 75 Sp3 
History of our own times. 1837- 

ia56. McCarthy 942.08 M12h 



5 332 H55 History of our own times. 1837- 



. E. Hill's album of biogra- 



1897. McCarthy. 3v 942.08 M12hi 

and art R 920 H55 | History of Spain and Portugal. 3v. 

kl of social and business ' 946 H6L 

IS R 658 H55 History of Spanish America 972 Sp2 

HOMAS. True order of stud- History of the Holy Bible 090 B47 

375 H55 Hitchcock, B. W. Chronological 

D, G. S. Six months in Italy. , record of the civil war 973.7 H63 

914.5 H55 [ Hitchcock, Mrs. C. H. Nancy 

as, H. C. Oom Paul's peo- • Hanks B H241 

968.2 H55 ' HITCHCH3CK, Edward. Elementary 

t, Alfred. Tuberculosis. anatomy and physiology 612 H()3 

616.24 Hrx) I Elementary geology 550 H63 

Power of Christian benevolence il- 
lustrated in the life of Mary 

Lyon BL991 

Religion of geology 215 H()3 

value to society 170 H55m ' Hittell, .1. S. Brief history of cul- 

living as a fine art 177 H55 ^^^^ 901 H63 

CHT, H. V. e(L Recent re- ' Hoac;, .Joseph. Journal B H678 

ch in Bible lands 220.93 H56 | Hoar, G. F. Electi(m of senators by 

S. L. Fall of the Congo direct vote 324 H6;j 

be 967 H5H , and Harvey, W. H. Debate on 

, R. J. English radical the Hnancial question .X}2.42 PI65 

ers 920 H59 I Hohbes. Thomas. Leviathan. . .320 H(>5 



N. D. Great books as life 

hers 814 H55g 

ace of Christ in modern life. 204 H55i 
ment of influence 170 H55 



232 



AUTHOli AND TITLE LIST. 



HOBSON, J. A. Bk?onomic8 of divStri- 

bution. [Citizeiis library, ) 330 H(55 

Evolution of moderD capitalism.. 331 H65 

Problem of the unemployed 331 H65p 

HOBSON, R P. Sinking of the '*Mer- 

rimac. '» 973.9 H6o 

Hodge, Charles. Constitutional 
history of the Presbyterian 

church « 2a5 H66 

Hodge, H. C. Arizona as it is. .917.91 H(M) 
HoDGKiN, Thomas. Theodoric the 

Goth. (Heroes of the nn(ifym,)M0.2 Um 
HOD(JSON, F. T. Steel squares and 

their uses. 2v fi94 H6« 

HOGUN, William. Roman Catho- 
lic church 282 H67 

Holbein, Hans. Dance of death . 7(59 H69 
Portraits of illustrious personages 

of the court of Henry VII 1.769 H«9p 

HOLBROOK, Alfred. (The)norra:il. 

371.3H69 

School management 371 H()9s 

HoLBROOK, M. L. Eating for 

strength H41 H69 

Hygiene of the brain and nerves. (U3 HH9 
Holcx^mbe, Chester. Real Chinese 

question 951 H69 

HoLCOMHE, J. p. etJ. Literature in 

letters 82(5 H()9 

HOLDEN, C. F. Charles Darwin.. B D22hh 
HOLDEN, E. S. Our country's tlag 
and the flags of foreign coun- 
tries. (Apijleton's hfnve read ivy 

books ) 929.9 H71 

HOLE, ( 'harles find Wheeler, W. 
A. Brief biographical diction- 
ary 920 H71 

Holiday entertainments. Shce- 

niaker 793 Sh7h 

Holiday selections 808.5 li;{() 

Holland, N/r Henry. Recollections 

of past life liH7;i.") 

Holland, .J. Life and ministry of 

•John Summertield B S955 

Holland, .1. G. Bitter-sweet 811 H71 

C«)ld-foil 814 H71g 

Katriua 811H71k 

Lessons in life 814 H71 1 

I^etters to the Joneses 814 H71 le 

Life of Lincoln B LT35ho 

Marble prophecy 811 H71ni 

Mistress of the manse 811 H71nii i 



Plain talks on familiar 8ubjects.814 H71p 
Puritan ^s guest and other poems. 811 H71p { 
Titcomb's letters to young people. 

814H71t 

— See cUso fiction. 
Holland, S. S. Lady. Sydney 

Smith:, memoir. 2v BS661 

Holland, W. J. Butterfly book. 

5yr>.78qH72 

Holland and the Hollanders. Mel- 
drum 914.92 M43 

Holley, Mrs, Marietta. Josiah 

Allen's wife 817 H72 

My opinions and Betsy Bobbet's.817 H72m 
Samantha among the colored folks. 

817H72S 

Samantha at Saratoga 817 H72^ 

Samantha at the world's fair. .817 H72sf 
Holley, O. L. Life of Benjamin 

Franklin B F8:nh 

Holloway, .7. N. Kansas 978.1 H72 

Hollow AY, L. C. conip. Home in 

poetry 808.5 H72 

Hollow A Y,W. R. lndianapolis.977.2lH72 
HOLLS, F. W. Peace conference at 

The Hague 172 H72 

Holmes, Nathaniel. Authorehip 
of Shakspere 822.33 Ah 

Holmes, O. W. Autocrat of the 

breakfast table 817 fi73 

Currents and counter-currents in 

medical science 010 H73 

Iron gate and other poems 811 H73i 

Mechanism in thought and morals. 

131 H73 

Our hundred days in Europe 914 H73 

Over the teacups 817 H73o 

Poet at the breakfast table 817 H73p 

Poetical works 811 H73 

Professor at the breakfast table. 

817H73pr 

Ralph Waldo h^merson. (Amer. 

men of ktters.) B F^*>3h 

Songs of many seasons 811 H73s 

Soundings from the Atlantic 817 H73s 

HOLST. H. K. VON. Constitutional 
and political history of the U. S. 

8v :M2.73H74 

John ( '. Calhoun. (Amer, statesmen.) 

BCir>2 

HOLSTFJN. A. L. G. (N.) STAEI.- ^e 
Stael-Hol stein. 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



iW 



Holy grail. Tennyson 821 T25h 

Holy land in geography and history. 

2v. MacCoun 915.69 M13 

Holy living and dying. Taylor. ..241 T21 

Holy Roman empire. Bryce 943 B84 

Home, Henry. (Lf/rdKames. ) Ele- 
ments of criticism 808 H75 

HoMfcacre. Roe 630 RH2 

Home-folks. Riley 811 R45h 

Home life in colonial days. Earle. 

917..32Ea7h 

Home niirsing. Harrison 649 H24 

Home pastorals, ballads and lyrics. 

Taylor 811 T21h 

^OME sketches in France. Field . 914.4 F45 
Homer. First six books of Iliad . 883 H75ia 

Iliad, ir, by Bryant. 2v 883 H7r>i 

Iliad, tr. by Buckley. 2v 883 H75ib 

Iliad, ir. by Chapman .883 H75ic 

Iliad, tr. bv Earl of Derby. 2v.8a3 H75id 

Iliad, tr, by Owen 88.3 H75io 

Iliad, ir. by Pope 883 H75ip 

Ilias 883 H7r) 

Odyssea 883 H7rx) 

Odyssey. 2v 8^3 H75op 

Odyssey, tr. by Buckley 883 H7rx)b 

Phieacian episode of the Odyssey. 

88;iH74p 

—Herodotus and ottiers. Selec- 
tions from the various Greek 
authors, ed. by Boise atul Free- 
man 888 H7r) 

l^OMBS and haunts of eminent Brit- 
ish poets. Howitt 920 H84 

Homes without hands. Wood . .591.5 W85 
Hood, Paxton. Life and times of 

Oliver Cromwell B C94()ho 

Hood, Thomas. Choice works. 4v.827H76 
Poetical works. 4v 821 H76 

Hooker, E. W. Memoir of Mrs. L. 

H. Smith B S<)59 

Hooker, Worthinoton. New phys- 
iology 612 H7() 

Hooper, E. J. Practical farmer, 

gardener and housewife 630 HI 6 

Hope, F. J. Notes and thoughts on 

gardens and woodlands 716 H77 

Hope, M. J. ed. Novalis B H259 

Hopkins, A. A. cofnp. Magic stage 

illusions 790 qH77 

Hopkins, Bev. Ezekiel. Exposi- 
tion of the ten commandments . 222 1177 



Hopkins, G. M. Experimental 

science 530 H77 

Hopkins, J. H. History of political 

parties in the U. S 329 H77 

Hopkins, Mark. Outline study of 

man 150 H77 

HOPKINSON, Mm. V. A. Hints for 

the nursery 649 H77 

Horace. ( 'armina 874 H78 

Opera omnia 874 H78o 

Works, ed. by Anthon 874 H78a 

Works, ed. by Chase 874 H78c 

Works, ed. by Lincoln 874 H78 1 

Works, tr. by Smart 874 H78s 

Horn. F. W. History of the litera- 
ture of the Scandinavian north. 

839.5 H78 

HORNADAY, W. T. Two years in 

the jungle 915.4 H78 

— See «/ito fiction. 
Horner, Leonard. Memoirs and 
correspondence of Francis Hor- 
ner. 2v BH816 

HORTICITLTURIST. 1855-57 716 H78 

HORTON, V. W. Architecture 720 H78 

HORTON, S. D. Silver and gold. 3.32. 42 H78 
HOSKINS, T. H. What we eat. .614.3 H79 
HoSMER, .1. K. Samuel Adams. 

(Amer. ntnteinneiu) B A217 

Short history of (xerman literature. 

8.30.9 H79 

Story of the Jews. {Stffry of the na- 

ti(m^.) 9:^3 H79 

HosMER, William. Young man's 

book 374 H79 

Hostess of t<xlay. Lai-ned 641 L32 

Hot Springs Reservation. (Ar- 
AviiwffK.) Superintendent, lie- 
lM)rt. 1894, 9<$-97, 99 917.67 H79 

Hotel de Rambouillet and the Pre- 

c'ieuses. Vincent 840 V74 

HOUOH, K. Story of the cowl>oy . .917.98 HHl 
HOUGHIH^N, Lord. See Milnes, R. M. 
HOUGHTON, W. R. ed. Parliament 
of relijfions at the World's Co- 
lumbian exposition 20<i H81 

Houghton, Mifflin Jt Co. Cata- 

lo^fue of authors R920 HHl 

Hours in a library. Stephen H20.4 St4 

Hours in the Alps. Tyndall . . .914.i)4 T97 
Hours with men and lMK)ks. Math- 
ews 814M42h 



234 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



House and home papers. Stowe. ..640 St7 

House and its surroundings 628 H34 

House-boat on the Styx. Bangs.817 B22h 
House of conamons. Pal grave. ..342.42 PI7 
Household of Sir Thomas More. 

liathbone B M836 

Houston, E. J. Electricity one 

hundred years ago and today. .537 H81 

Hoveden, Roger de. Annals. 2 v.»42 H82 
HOVEY, H. C. Olebrated Ameri- 
can caverns 551.44 H82 

HovEY, Richard. Taliesin 812 H82 

—jt. author. See Carman. 
How Christ came to church. Gor- 
don 2,32 G(i3 

How Count L. N. Tolstoy lives and 

works. Sergyeenko B T()54s 

How much is left of the old doc- 
trines? Gladden 204 G45 

How not to be sick. Bellows 613 B41 

How shall we keep Sunday? Whip- 
ple and olhers 263.4 W57 

How the other half lives. Riis. .331.8 R44 

How to bathe. Miller 613.41 M61 

How to be rich. Smith 174 Srao 

How to become a suci'essful electri- 

tnan. Sloiinc 537 SI 5h 

How to become a successful engin- 
eer. Stuart 621 Sty 

How to drain a house. Waring. .628 W23 

How to get strong and how to stay 

so. Blaikie 613.7 B57 

How to judge a picture. Van Dyke. 

750 V28h 

How to know the ferns. Parsons.5H7.3 P25 

How to know the wild llowers. Par- 
sons oHi) r'25 

How to listen to music. Krehbiel. 

780.4 K87 

How U) make and how to mend 603 H83 

How to plan home grounds. Par- 
sons 712 1*25 

How to prepare for a civil service 

examination. Leupp 351.3 L57 

How to stu;ly geography. Parker. 

<>10.7 V'22 

How to study Shakspere. Ser. 1-2. 

Fleming H22..33 E 

How to tell a storv. Clemens 814 C5!) 

How women may earn a living. Can- 
dee .31M>.5C16 

HowADJl in Svria. Curtis 915.(5 C04 



Howard, B. W. One yearabro^. 

914.3 H83 

— See also fiction. 

Howard, Henry. {Earl of Surrey.) 
Poetical works 821 H83 

Howe, G. L. and Powers, O. ^ . 
Secrets of success in business. R658H83 

Howe, Henry. Historical collec- 
tions of the great west 5U7.8 H83 

Memoirs of the most eminent Am- 
erican and European mechan- 
ics »20H83 

—Jt. author. See Barber. 

Howe, John. Works. 2v 2;W m 

Howe, Mr.s. Julia (W.) Is polite 

society polite?. . . . '. 814 m 

Life of Margaret Fuller BOHho 

Reminiscences, 1819-1899 H HS.'.<i 

Trip to Cuba 917.2^1 W 

Woiils for the hour 811 11^^ 

World's own , 811 HH.Uv 

Howe, M. A. D. ed. See Beacon bi- 
ographies. 

Howell, James. Instructions for 
forreine travel 82?* H^^ 

Howells, W. D. Criticism and no- 
tion.... mm 

Impressions and experiences. . .814 W^ 

Italian journeys 914.5 H^ 

Literary friends and acqudintance. 

_/, BH.S)9 

Mouse trap 812 ^ 

My literary passions 814 H83m 

NoloveloJt 811 HKM 

Koom4.-i 8l2HH3r 

Suburban sketches 814 ^^ 

Venetian life '. 914..xJ H*^^ 

- .Set ((/.so fiction and juvenile. 

Flo WITT, Mrs. Mary (B.) Poetical 

works 821 HS4 

How ITT, WiLLL\M. Homes aud 

haunts of British poets 920 H^ 

riowLAXD. (iKOKOE. E^ractlcal hiuts 
for the teachers of public schools. 
HTIH?^ 

Howsox. J. S. Jt. (tuthor. See Cony- 
beure. 

HOYT. D. L. World's paintei^s and 

their pictures "59 H^) 

HoYT, J. K. Cvclo])edia of practi- 
cal quotations R808.8 qH8i5 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



235 



BBARD, Elbert. Little journeys 

to the homes of American states- 
men 920 H76 

ittle journeys to tiie homes of emi- 
nent painters 750L H86 

ittle journeys to the homes of fa- 
mous women 920 H86f 

ittle journeys to the homes of 

good men and great 920 H86g 

BER, J. N. Pope and the council . 282 H86 
BERT. P G. jr. Inventors. (Men 

fpf achierement,) 920 H865 

BNERf V. A." Ramble around the 

world 910 H86 

c, R R. Journey through the 

Chinese empire. 2v 915.1 H86 

DSON, Frederick. Journalism 

in the U. S. 1690-1872 070 H86 

DSON, H. N. Lectures on Shaks- 

pere. 2v .822.33 Dh 

hakspere: his life, art and char- 
acters. 2v 822..33 Dhu 

DSON, Mrs, Mary (C.) Memorial 

of Alice and Phoebe Gary. . . . . .B G332 

utlines of men, women and things. 
814 H86 

en years in Washington 917.53 H86 

DSON. T. J. Divine pedigree of 

man 211 H86 

aw of psychic phenomena 1.34 H86 

?ientific demonstration of the fu- 
ture life 134 H86s 

EPFER, Francis. Troubadours. 
849.1 H87 

3, LiNA and Stead, Richard. 

Story of Switzerland 949.4 H86 

3HES, John. Complete works. 

2v... 282 H87 

5HES, Thomas. Alfred the great. 

B A392 

anliness of Ghrist . . . : 2.32.9 H87 

emoir of a brother B H894 

See a/^ro fiction and juvenile. 
>HEY, G. W. Political Roman- 
ism 282 H876 

K), Thomas. Bewick collector. 012 H87 
KD, Victor. Destroyer of the 

second republic B N217 

ramatic works, tr. by Slous 842 H87 

istory of a crime 944.07 H87 

hine 914..34H 87 

illiam Shakspere H22.XI B 

See also fiction. 



Huguenot emigration to America. 

2v. Baird 284.5 B16 

Huguenots. Smiles 284.5 Sm4h 

Huguenots in Florida. Simms.975.9 Si4 
Huguenots in France. Smiles . 284.5 Sm4 
Hull House maps and papers. Ad- 
dams and others 367 Ad 1 

HULLAH, John. Music in the house. 

780.4 H87 

Hulley, John, Jt, author. See Rav- 
enstein, E. G. 

Human body. Martin 612 M36 

Httm AN body and its health. Smith . 612 Sm6 
Human frame and the laws of health. 
Rebman and Seller. {Temple 

priniertt.) 612 R24 

Human intellect. Porter 150 P83 

Humboldt, Alexander von. Gos- 

mos. 5v 500 H88 

Letters to Varnhagen von Ense.8.36 H88 
Travels to the equinoctial regions 

of America. 3v 508.7 H88 

Library of popular science litera- 
ture. V. 3-4 504 H88 

Humbugs of the world. Barnum . . 133 B26 
Hume, David. Biographical index 

to history of Eng-land 942 H88i 

History of England. 5v 942 H88 

Humorous poetry, from (Chaucer to 

Saxe. Parton, ed 821.08 P25 

Humphrey, G. H. Jt. aivthtpr. See 

Brewster, H. P. 
Humphrey, N. G. Random shots. 811 H88 
Humphreys, A. A. Virginia cam- 
paign of 1864-65 973.73 H88 

and Abbot, H. L. Report on the 
physics and hydraulics of the 

Mississippi river 917.7 Un3h 

Humphreys, Mrs. L. B. Art of 

reading music 780.7 H88 

Hundred years of music in Amer- 
ica. Mathews 780.97 M42 

HuNN, G. E. and Bailey, L. H. Am- 
ateur's practical garden book..6:J5 Ho9 
Hunnewell, J. F. Lands of Scott. 

914.1 H89 

Hunt, Helen. See Jackson, Mrs. 

H. M. {F.) H. 
Hunt, Leigh. Autobiography. 2v.BH941 

Men, women and books. 2v 824 H91 

Seer. 2v 824 H91s 

Wishing-cap papers 824 H91w 



236 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Hunt, T. S. Chemical and geolog- 
ical essays 550 H91 

Hunt, W. M. Talks on art. 2v . . 707 H91 
Hunt, William. History of Italy. 945 H91 
Hunter, W. W. Indian empire. .954 H91 
Huntington, E. D. New discussion 

of the Trinity 231 H92 

HuRLL, E. M. Jean Francois Mil- 
let 750L M62 

Madonna in art 755 H93 

Raphael 750L Rl8h 

Rembrandt 750LR28h 

Hurst, J. P. Short history of the 

reformation 270.6 H94 

Hutchinson, E. M. jL author. See 

Stedman. 
Hutchinson, H. G. and others. Book 

of golf and golfers 796.5 H97 

Hutchinson, J. C. Physiology and 

hygiene 612 H97 

Hutchinson, Julius. Memoirs of 

the life of John Hutchinson B H978 

Hutson, C. W. Story of language.409 H97 
Button, A. W. Life of Cardinal 

Manning B M283 

HUTTON, Laurence. Literary land- 
marks of Jerusalem 915.69 H97 

Literary landmarks of London. 914.21 H97 

Plays and players 920 H97 

—jt, author. See Clement. 

Button, R. H. Criticism on con- 
temporary thought and thinkers. 

2v 804 H97 

Sir Walter Scott. (Eny. men of 

letters.) BS431 

Huxley, Leonard, ed. Life and 
letters of Thomas Henry Huxley. 

2v B H986 

Huxley, T. H. Hume. (Eng. men 

of letters.) B H921 

Introduction to zoology 595.3 H98 

Lay sermons 504 H98 

Man^s place in nature 573 H98 

More criticisms on Darwin 504 H98m 

HUYSHE, G. L. Red river expedi- 
tion 917.127 H98 

Hyde. Douglas. Literary history 

of Ireland 820.9 H99 

Hyde, Edward. See Clarendon. 
Hyde, W. D. Art of optimism as 

taught by Robert Browning . . 149.5 HV)9 
God»s education of man 2.30 H99 



Outlines of social theology 204 H99 

Hymnal of the Protestant Episco- 
pal church 245 HIW 

Hymns of the ages. 2v 246 H99h 

Hypnotism. Moll 134 MT3 

Hypnotism in mental and moral 

culture. Quackenbos 134 Q2 

Hyslop, J. H. Democracy 321 H99 



I 

I Puritani. Bellini 782 B41 

Ibsen, Henrik. D .\Vs house. .839.82 lb* 

Little Eyolf 839.82 lb" 1 

Idea of God as affected by modern 

knowledge. Fiske 211 F;"^ 

Ideal in art. Taine 701 T13 

Ideal life. Drummond 242 D84i 

Idiot. Bangs 817 B22i 

Idle thoughts of an idle fellow. Je- 
rome 827J48 

Idler. Chalmers, ed 824 C3.5i 

Idylls of the sea. Bullen 824 B8T 

Idyls of the king. Tennyson. . . .821 T3i 
Ihne, William. Early Rome — 937 Iho 
IL barbiere de Siviglia. Rossini . . 782 Kl^ 

IL Trovatore. Verdi 782 V58 

ILES, George. Flame, electricity 

and the camera r)37.8 II "^ 

—Jt. author. See Bowker. 

Iliad, tr. by Pope. Homer BS^ HToip 

Illinois— ^^'utani general Annual 

reports. 1861-62, 95-98 353.6 II <5 

— Agriculturey Dept. of. Reports. 

ISo^-dfite. V. I'daie 630.8773 H i5 

— ArbUratmn, State board of . An- 
nual reports. IS^-date. . . .:i31.1 H <> 
—Attorney General. Biennial re- 
ports. 1890, 97-date 340.1 H <> 

— Auditor. Biennial reports. 1892- 

date 353.9116 

— Blind, ImlustHal home. (Chicago.) 

Annual reports. 1896 . . . .362.4 II fi 
— Bliyidy ScJwolfor. (Jacksonville.) 

Specimens of printing 371.91 II 6 

— Jiuilding and Ijoan association.^. 
Reports. ISU^late 334.1 H 6 

— Charities aud Corrections, State 

confe reiKC. Proceedings . . 360.73 II 6 

— Cnni<tituti<mal anivention. De- 
bates and proceedings. 2 v. 
.342.773 fll 



ACTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



in 



(ttion. State Ima I'd of. Pn)- 

igs. imry-date. 336 II 

Ear Infirmary, {Chicago, ) 
lial reports. 189(5 362.1 II 6 | 

Inspectors, Aunual re- 
1895-'(Y/7e 33111 6f i 

1 

uimh'd Children, Asylum, 
pin.} Biennial reports. 

late 362.7 116 

'ontmi^sitpners. Reports. 

« 639 116 

As.Hemhly, Annual re- 
1849, 57, 59, 73, 67, 69, | 

, 75, 77, 79-85, 87-97. .328.773 II 6 
oemory of Luther Dear- , 

3rn...*. BD2S5I 

I'ial directory. 1897-99. | 

328.773 II 6o, 

ised statutes R.345.12 qll 6 ; 

r// iSn rvey. Geological sur- I 

Illinois. 8v. 18()6-90..557.73 116 

Central hospittd for. (Jack- \ 

V.) Biennial rejiorts. 1898. \ 
.362.2 II 6c 

criminals^ Asylum for. I 

er.) Biennial reports. j 

8.. 362.2 II 6i^ 

b^a.stern hospital for . {Kan- 

) Biennial reports. 189(), i 

362.2 116; 

Xorthern fupspHalfor. (El- ! 

Mennial reports. 1896-98. | 
362.2 II 6n 

Southern Imspihd for. {An- 

iiennial reports. 1896, 98. I 

362.2 11 6s 

fm for the education of th^ 

I nd Du m h. [Jacksmx ville. ) | 

lial reports. 1882, iM), 98. 
3b2.4 II 6ji 

ce Dept. Annual reports. 

79, 91, 9(), 98 pts. 1 and 2, 

. 1 and 2 368.9773 II 6 

tati4<tics Bureau. Coal in 

Is 622 116 

►ort. 1884-(?(i/f 331.01 II 6 

ure. Election laws of the 

324.73 116 

lois hand-book and legis- 

tive manual. 1870, 71, 77, 

,81 328.773 116 

History Surrey, (jrnith- 

of Illinois. 2v 598.2 11 6 



— penitentiary. Southern [Chester.) 

Reports. 1896-98 365 [1 6s 

-Pimrmacy, State Hoard of. An- 
nual reports. 1896-ti/i/^ . . . .615.4 P49 
— Public Charities, licHird of. Re- 
port. 1870, 76, fHy-date. ...361.773 II 6 
Public Inst ru(i ion, Supt. of. Bi- 
ennial rei)orts. 1859-98. .379.773 II (> 
—Public ScfuMth. ('ourse of study 

for the common schools of Illi- 
nois 375 II 6 

- liailro(id a nd Warefuntse Commis- 
sion. Annual reports. 1871- 
datf .3*5 116 

— Reformatory. [Pontiac,) Bien- 

nial reports. 1894-96 365 II 6p 

— Sohtiers' and Sailors" llmne. 

(Quini'y.) Biennial reports. 
189(i-98 :W2.« II 6 

— Soldi^'rs' Orphans' Home {Nor- 
mal). Biennial reports. 1892- 
^}-date 362.8 11 6n 

-Southern Normal Cnirersity. {Car- 
Inrndale.) Biennial rei>orts. 
189<>-'J»8 378.773 II (iso 

— State Dept. Biennial reports of 

secretary. 1896-dfite. . . .:J53.9773 11 (> 
State Uos})ital for tike Insane. Re- 

|)orts. 1847-62 362.2 II 6 

— St(de Penitentiary. {Joliet,) Re- 
port. 1898. ..365 II 6 

— World's Fair Commission, Hoard 

of, Illinois building and ex- 
hibits therein 606.773 II 6r 

Report of the board of the 

World's (Columbian exposi- 
tion ^ ($06,773 II 6 

Illinois: devoted to education, sci- 
ence and free schools. 1871-72. 
V. 1718 370.5 II (U 

Illinois Agriculturist. 1897-98. .530.5 II 6 

Illinois A nti- Vivisection Soci- 
ety. Anti-vivisection 591.7 An8 

Illinois biographical encyclopedia. 

Nineteenth century R920 li ($ 

Illinois Farmers' Instfi^utk. An- 
nual report. \Hm-date ():J0.6 II (> 

ILLINOLS in 1837 977.3 11 <> 

Illinois schcx^l journal. 1881.8:i. 

V. 1-2 370.5 11 (> 

Illinois S(x;iety Sons of the 
.American Revolution. Year 
b.x.k. 1H96 977.3 II 6 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Illinois state A(iRici;i.TrnAL 

Society. ,I<mrn«l. v 1 ..,(i;((],') II 8 
Illinois Statk Hobtu^tiltuhai. 

Society. Tranaactiims TIB II 6 

Illinois State Medk;al society. 

Tranaactiona. 1875-78 fllO.6 11 6 

Illinois State Teachers' Asso- 
ciation. "Our pilgrim fathers." 

37H.77.T II 6o 

Illinois University. Report of 
the board of trustees. 18M. 

378.773 II 6 

—Agricultural Experiment Stalioii. 

BulleliDS. lS91.date. v. l-<bi(«.li30I16 
Illinois Wesley AN ['niveKsity 

Alumni jmirniLl. 1872-7:(. v,J..:nft.4IIfl 
Ir.i.usTRATKD BIiKiininiricin and 

Normal 977.315 fB62 

Imitation of Cbrist. Thomas ii 

Kempis 242 T36 

iM.MiiiRATiijN question. Senner . .325 Se5 
Immortal hymns anil their Btor.v. 

Banks 245 B22 

Immortal sonncH of camp and tlelO. 

Banks 784 822 

Imperial democracy. Jordan .t25 .770 

lMPRE.ssiONSof8omh Africa. Brjcp. 

»1«.8I»4 

Impressions of Theophraxtus Suirh. 

Eliot 824 K14i 

ImpROVKment of the minil. Waitn. 

370 W34 

Jn Afric's forest and junjrie. Sume. 

i»ie.fiSl7 

In and around Berlin. Norton. .M14.3 N82 

In darkest EnKland. Booth 3!I1 Bf(4 

In Khostly .Japan HNirti 81t') H.V. 

In hi--- steps. She Idun 244 Sh4 

In jo.vful Uussia. L<i(t«n Itl4.7 Uii 

In memoHam Tennyson K\ TiMn 

In old New York. Janvipr 1174.71 J2(l 

In the brush. Pierson B Pil24 

In the dony hours. Kepplier. ...H14R2Hi 
In the forbidden land. 2v. Landor. 

imA-, LZi 

In the Levant. Warner Hl.'i.U W24 

In the south seas. Stevenson. . .ltlH.BSt4K 
In the tiger jungle. Chamberlain. 

2l«i.54 iXi 

In the trades, the tropics and the 

roaring forties. Bi'assej HIO R73 

In tune with the Infinite. Trine, .li". T7;i 



Independent. IBSi-daU. t. 35-date.(in\ Id! 
India and its ichabitaaia. Wright. 

W.'i.lWllJ 

India, China and Japan. Taylor.. .915T!1 
Indian club-swinging. Miller.. eiJ,71M6I 
Indian curbencv Commission 

Iteporl. 1893.... 332..iln2 

Indian Riobts assikiation 

Fifth anoual report B70.5 loi 

Indian story and song from North 

America". Fletcher fl70.1F63 

iNDiAjjAPin.iK Monetary Coumis- 

siON Report. 1898 33i In! 

l.vDiviDtiAL. Shaler 57ai AM 

NDU.'iTRiAL biography. Smiles.. 920 Smli 
iNDrsTBiAL evolution of the U. S. 

Wri^'hi 3.11 WHJ 

Indl'>^tkiai. progress uf the nation. 

Atkinson -ITS Aw 

Jnehiiiety Palmer 613.S1 PI" 

iNKyUALiTYandpi-oijress. Harris. 330 1124 
iNi-'LUENCE of Christ in modem life. 

Hillis 204 HM 

Influence of sea power upon his- 
tory. Mahan 3i>9.0lt 11^ 

lNaE,W. R. Christian mysticisni.273.ili4 

iNiiKLow ,lEAN Poems 8211"* 

.Su' iil.iu tifikiii and juvenile. 
Inoeb-soll, C. J. Slietch of the sec- 
ond war between the U. H. and 

Great Britain Si73.ri lo4 

iMCiERsoLL. Kknkst. Crcst of the 

continent H17.8 Id* 

Knocking around the Rockie8.917.8Iii4li 

Nature's calendar 5UT In4 

— .Set- 'iIm' jm-enile.. 
INUERSOLL, R. G. Gods and other 

lectures 2111"* 

l.NdOLDSBY, Thomas, jhwiuI. Set 

Barham. 
Inuoldsby legends. Barham — 827B2S 
Inuclfh. Chronicle of the abbey 

of 1 'royland UiM 

Inland voyage. Stevenwn 914.4 St4 

Inman, Henry. Old Santa Fe trail. 

917.(«lo6 

(imiCODY, W. F. Great Salt Lake 

trail 917.92 Infi 

I.VN album. Browning 821 BKIfl 

I-VNOCENTS abroad. Clemens 817 CS8i 

Insanity. Stearns 132 SlJ 

Inside of one hundred homes. John- 
son 6*5 J63 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



239 



Institutes of economics. Andrews. 

330 An2 

Instruction for field artillery. .. .356 Ar7 

Intellectual development of Eu- 
rope. Draper 901 D79 

Interest of America in sea power, 

present and future. Mahan. 327.73 M27 

International American Con- 
ference. Reports and discus- 
sions. 4v 341.1 fInS 

NTERNATIONAL atlas R912 qlnS 

nternational competition for the 
Phoebe Hearst architectural 
plan for the university of Cali- 
fornia 727.3 In8 

N^TERNATIONAL education series. 
ed. by W. T. Harris. 

Adler Felix. Moral instruction of ehil- 

dren 377 Ad5 

Baldwin. Joseph. Elementary psychol- 
ogy and education ISO BI9 

Psychology applied to the art of teach- 
ing 180 B19p 

Blow, Mrs. S. E. Letters to a mother. 371. 46 B63i 

Symbolic education 372.2 B62sy 

anfl Eliot. H. R. Mottoes and oommen- 
Uries of Frobel's mother play . . . .37^2 Ba2m 
Boone. R. O. Education in the U. S . . . . 370.9 B06 
Frobel, Friedrioh. Education of man . . .370 F92 

Pedagogics of the kindergarten 372.2 F92 

Guimps. Roger de. Pestalozzi B P47d 

Harris. W. T. Introduction to study of 

philoftophy 102 H24 

Herbart. J. F. Text-book in psychology. 150 U41 
Howland, George. Practical hints for 

the teachers of public schools 371 H84 

Kay, David. Memory IM Kl8 

Klemm, L. R. European schools .379 K87 

Lange. Helene. Higher education of 

women in Europe 376 L25 

Laurie, S. S. Rise and early constitu- 
tion of universities 378 L37 

Painter. F. V. N. History of education.370.9P16 
Parker. F. \^. How to study geography.9t0.7 P22 

Piekard, J. L. School supervision 371 P58 

Preyer, W. Senses and the will. (Pt. i 

of the mind of the child.) IfiO P92 ml 

Development of the intellect. {Pt. ^ 

of the mind of the child.) l50P92m2 

Quick. R. H. Essays on educational re- 
formers 370.9 Ql 

Rosenkranz. J. K. F. Philosophy of ed- 
ucation 370 R72 

Rousseau, J. J. Emile 371.4 R76 

International geography. Mill, 

ed R910.7 M59 

nternational marine confer- 
ence. Protocols and proceed- 
ings. 3 V 359 In8 

NTUITIONS of the mind. McCosh.ir)6 M13 



Investment of influence. Hillls.170 H5o 
Iowa— Immigration^ Board of, Iowa: 

home for immigrants 917.77 Op9 

— Railroad commi»sioner8^ Board 

of. Annual reports. 1884-88. . . 385 Io9 

Iowa band 266 Io9 

Ireland, J. N. Mrs. Mary A. Duff. 

BD855 

Ireland — Parliament, Acts and 

statutes 090 flr2 

Iron, Ralph. p;*ciwi. See Schrei- 

ner, Olive. 
Iron gate and other poems. Holmes. 

811H73i 

Irving, P. M. Life and letters of 

Washington Irving. 4 v B 172 

Irving, Theodore. Conquest of 

Florida 975.9 Ir8 

Irving, Washington. Abbotsford 

and Newstead Abbey 817 Ir8 

Adventures of Captain Bonnevillef 

U. S. A 817 Ir8a 

Alhambra 817 Ir8al 

A8U)ria 817 IrSas 

Biographies and miscellanies. . .817 Ir8b 

Bracebridge Hall 817 Irbr 

Chronicle of the conquest of Gran- 
ada 817 Ir8c 

History of New York by Dledrich 

Knickerbocker 817 Ir8k 

Life and voyages of Christopher 

Columbus. 2v B C726 

Life of George Washington. 5v.B W3181 
Mahomet and his successors. . ..817 Ir8m 
Oliver Goldsmith, Abottsford and 

Newstead Abbey B G624 

Sketch-book of Geoffrey Crayon, 

Gent 817 Ir8sk 

Spanish papers 946 Ir8 

Tales of a traveller 817 Ir8t 

Wolfert's roost and tour on the 

prairies 817 Ir8w 

—Paulding, J. K. and Irving, 

William. Salmagundi 817 Ir8s 

Is life worth living? Mallock. . . .201 M29 

Is marriage a failure? Quilter 392 Q4 

Is polite society polite? Howe 814 H83 

Is protection a benefit? Taylor. . .337 T29 

ISHAM, Warren. Mud cabin 331.8 Is3 

Islam. Wherry 297 W57 

ISOBEL, pHeud^ ed Household hints.(>()2 Is7 
Italian journeys. Howells 914.5 H83 



240 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



IVERACH, James. Theism 211 I v3 

Ives, J. C. Report upon the Colorado 

river 917.8 flv.3 

IviMY, Joseph. Life of John Bun- 

yan B B942i 

Irwin, R. B. Jt mUhor. See Bow- 
man, R. M. 



J 

Jackson, A. W. James Martineau .B M3a5 
Jackson, C. C. Lady, Old Paris. 

914.436 J13 

Jackson, F. G. Theory and practice 

of design 740 J13 

Jackson, Mrs. H. M. (F.) H. Bits 

of talk 173 J13 

Bit« of travel 914.5 J13 

Bits of travel at home 917.3 J13 

Century of dishonor 970.5 J 13 

Verses 811 J13 

■ — Seeaho fiction. 

Jackson, J. C. Consumption (ilO J13 

Jackson, Sheldon. Alaska. . .917.98 J13 
Report on introduction of domestic 

reindeer into Alaska 917.98 J13r 

Jacobi, M. p. Common-sense ap- 
plied to woman suffrajre .324.3 J15 

Jaeger, B. Life of North Ameri- 
can insects 595.7 J17 

James, K. .1. Chairs of pedagog^ies 

in our universities 371 J23 

Karly essay on projKjrtional repre- 
sentation 321 .8 J23 

James-Stites genealogy 929.2.123 

Relation of the mcxlern municipal- 
ity to the gas supply 338.8 J23 

Review of Bryce's American com- 
monwealth 342.73 B82j 

iind Loveless, M. J. al. Newspa- 
per published in Illinois prior 

to 1860 977.3 J23 

James, G. F. Hand-book of univer- 
sity extension 378. 1 J23 

James, G. P. R. Charlemagne. . .B C474j 
James, Henry. French ix)ets and 

novelists 840.4 J23 

Nathaniel Hawthorne B H399j 

— See (tho fiction. 
James, William. Principles of jwy- 

chology. 2v 150 J2:^ 

Talks to teachers on psychology . 150 J2.3t 



Jameson, Mrs. A. B. (M.) Charac- 
teristics of women ...... .822.33 Dj 

Legends of the Madonna 755 J23 

Memoirs and essays 824 J23 

Rambles in Canada. 2v 917.1J23 

Sisters of charity 271.9 J23 

Studies, stories and memoirs 704 J23 

Jameson, J. A. Constitutional con- 
vention 342.73 J43 

Jameson, J. F. Dictionary of U. S. 

history 11973 J23 

Jameson, J. S. Story of the rear 
column of the Emin Pasha relief 

expedition 916.7 J23 

Jamieson, Andrew. Steam and 

the steam-engine 621.1 J24 

Janes, L. G. Our nation's peril ...327 Ji'j 

January and June. Taylor 818 T21 

Janvier, T. A. In old New York. 

974.71J26 

Japan in our day. Taylor 915.2 T21 

Japan in transition. Ransome . . .952 R17 
Japp, a. H. German life and liter- 
ature 830.4 J2T 

Jardine, Sir William, ed. Natur- 
alist's library. 42v 590 J28 

Jarrold, Ernest. Mickey Finn 

idylls 817 J29 

Jarves, J. J. Art hints 704 J29 

Art idea 701J2« 

Art studies 759 J29 

Art thoughts 7(W J29a 

Italian rambles 914.5 J2fi 

Italian sights 914.5 J28i 

Parisian sights. 2v 914.436 .128 

Jastrow, Joseph. Fact and fable 
in psychology 150 J31 

Jay, William. Life of John Jav. 2v.B J4- 
Jay, Ji^v. William. Prayers for 

the use of families 249 J33 

Works. 3v 240 J33 

Jeapfreson, J. C. Book about law- 
yers 340.9 J34 

Real Shelley. 2v BS545 

Jeans, W. T. Creators of the age of 

steel 920 J34 

Jebb, R. C. Greek literature 880 J34 

Jefferson, Thomas. Manual of 

parliamentary practice 328.1J30 

Memoir, correspondence and mis- 
cellanies. 2v 816 J35 

Notes on Virginia 975.5 J35 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



241 



Francis, fontribu lions 

iburgh review 824 J 36 

J. P. Natural history of 

nan race 572 J 38 

.M. Succeasful writing. .420J39 
I. S. Life of John C. Cal- 

BC152i 

k'8 asslstanl 328.738 J41 

3WASB. Historj of the 

Itisian colonies 993 J12 

t po[itics.{ Tern pit prijtier J321J42 

Mabel. Comprebeaaive 

il culture 613.7 J43 

Robert. Sheep, swine 

uitry e36J44 

^AME., Lesue, Charles 

fiv. Inlidelily 23S J45 

K. Idle thoughts of an 

low 827 J48 

lOu^htHof an idle fellow.827 J488 

in lavender, hlue and 

a 827 J48Bk 

en in a boat 827 J48t 

en on wheels 827 J48th 

'.S. Annieaof theworld.355J48 
Douglas. Mrs. Caudle'a 

1 lectures 827 J 482 

A'. B. On the boulevards. 

914.4J48 

U delivered, tr. by Wiffen. 

aoiTis 

es 252 J71 

fi: H. H. Setting of the 
it and the ri.sing of the 

BK15 

I North America. Park- 

HTlPilj 

. B. it. iiittluii: See (iard- 

:. S. Logic ltW.I53 

nd the mechanism ofex- 

: 332 J53 

l^llsh Action. PhUipjran.823 P53 
\ S. School government- 

371.5 .ir>4 

.. O. Story of the Nor- 

iSUiry of l/if nathim.], .iH2.2 3k. 
i fiction and juvenile. 

bernacle. Newton 247 N48 

'r Roman rule. Morrison. 

■>/ the ii'ifimui.; !l33Mfl3 

re SoHthey 821 So8 



John Bull and Co. Blouet 1114.2 862 

John Bull and bis island. Blouet. 

«14.2 B62i 

John of Bameveld. 2 v. Motley. 

»4lt.2M85j 

John Smith's funny adventures on 

acrutch. Hill 817 H55 

JOUNSOK,A. H. NormanBln Europe.i>40J62 
Johnson, Clifton. Along French 

bjwajs 914.4 J63 

Johnson, HERRICK, Christianity's 

challenge 2.'>2 .162 

Johnson, R. U- and Buell, C, C. 

ed. Battles and leaders of the 

civil war. 4v 973.7 J63 

Johnson, Rosbitbr, ed. See Little 

Johnson M,v. S. O. Every woman 

ber own liower guniener 716 J63 

Johnson, Sahuel. English dic- 
tionary 090 Jfl3 

Lives of the most eminent English 

poets. 4v 920 J63 

Works. 2v 824 Jtt3 

— Hee alHo fiction. 
.TOHNSON, W. M. Inside one hundred 

homes 645 J63 

Johnson's new lUustraled family 

atlas R913fJ63 

Johnson's universal cyclopedia. 8v. 

R0.11 Jfi2 

Johnston, A. K. jt. autiuir. tke 

J'uhnston, W. 
JOHNSTON, Alexander. Connecti- 
cut 974.6 J64 

History ot American politics 329 Jlt4 

— ed. American orations. 4 v 815 J64 

Representative American ora- 
tions. 3 v 815 J04r 

Johnston, H. H. British central 

Africa tt6(iJ64 

Johnston, J. E. Military opera- 
tions during the war between 

the stales 973. T8 .IM 

Johnston, J. F. W. Lectures on 
the applications of chemist rj- and 

geologj to agriculture 631 JIW 

Johnston. J. H. Life of Aduniram 

Judson B J93j 

Johnston, W. anrf Johnston, A. K. 

Scottish clans and tartans Ml J(S5 

Johnstown Flood Relief Com- 
MITTKE. Rei)ort of the scci-e- 
tary 917.48 P.18 



242 AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 
JoiNT-METALLiSM. Stokes! 332.41 St« I Kames, Lord. See Home. 



JOLY, N. Man before metals 571 Jt>8 

JOMINI, Baron de. Art of war 355 Jt58 

Jonathan and his continent. . ..917.3 P62j 

Jones. Una and her paupers BJ76 

Jones, C. S. and Williams, H. T. 

Household elegancies 746 J71 

Jones, Elisha. Exercises in Latin 

prose composition 478.2 J71 

Jones, Henry. Pocket guide to 

euchre 795 J72 

Jones, J. L. Jess: bits of wayside 



Kane, E. K. Second Grinnell expe- 
dition In search of Sir .Tohn 

Franklin. 2v :... 919.8 K13 

Kane, Robert. Chemistry 540 K13 

Kant, Immanuel. Critique of pure 

reason 193 KI.1 

Kathrina. Holland 811 H7Ik 

Kavanagh, Julia. Women of 

Christianity 920 KIT 

— See al90 fiction. 

Kay, David. Memory. (Inter, educ. 



gospel 252 .171 1 ^,..) 154 KH^ 

Jones, M. E. M. it. aiUlutw Se^ Shel- | kay, Stephen. Travels and re 

don» K. A. searches In Caffrarla 916.8 K\^ 

JONES, MEREDITH. Captain Cook\s j^^^^ J J e^t^ristlan education in 

three voyages around the world.910 J73 America 3"' Kl» 

JONSON, BEN. Works 822 J73 ^^^^^ j^^^' ' E^dymion and oiher 

JORDAN, D. S. Foot-notes to evolu- noems 8**1 K& 

, '''°°: • • • • f^? J^« Poetical workV.V.V.'.V. v.. V.V." .821 K^ 

Imperial democracy 3a. J 76 ^eble, John. Christian year. . ..242 K:2» 

ami KELLOGG. V. L. Animal hfe.;,«0.n« keckley, ELIZABETH. Behind the 

.lOSEPHUS, FLAVIU.S. Works. «v..».^l.T77 „„ . oi^-iriSJ 

scenes \ii.i.iis~—^ 

. 08IAH Al en's ^Ue ... 817 H72 j^^^ ^^^ ^^^,^ ^^^^ ^^,^^. 

. OUBERT, .losEPH. Thoughts . .844 .182 keeping house and house-keeping. 

Journal of education. ISHn-date. ^ . (UOH ^ 

V. 2Ud-aU. •••••- '^'l^'^ •^^- Keightley, Thomas. Fairy rayth- 

.louRNEYtoAshantfo-land. DuChail- oloi?v 398 K':^ 

^ ^'* ; • • , - ••*^^*^ ^^j Mythology of ancient Greece and 

Journey to central Africa. Taylor. " jt^jy •>92K^ 

, : • • • •, ; • • •^^^•- '^-^ Keim. De a R San Domingo. .917.293 K:^ 

.journey through Texas. Olmsted. _ ^^^^^ ALEXANDER. Evidence of 



917.(i4()15 
Jowett, Benjamin., Stanley, Ar- 
thur and others. Theological 
essa.vs 204 J83 



the truth of the Christian re- 
ligion 239K:::=^ 

I^nd of Israel 22(K9 K^::^ 



.JOYCE, U.D. neidrc 811.184 K-^^"'"" »• «• Pleaforasimplerlife. ^ ^_ 

•IiTDSON EMILY. Kathayan slave. 27.-i.9J92 | keli:o^,oV /fcV. S.' H. " Hand-book of ' " 

Julius C ssar. Se. Shakspere. ; ,.„„ .^t^.e religion 2»0 K=: 

JUNlu.s,,,w. Letters. 2v ....H27.T!.., kelix>gg, V. L. j7. «^r. See Jov 
JussERAND, J. .T. Literary histor , D S 

of the English people. ! . . .820.9 JOH , kkllT,' James Fitzmaurice- His- 
JUVENAL, selections from the sa- ^ tory of Spanish literature. .. .8H0.9 K ' 

tires of Juvenal 8^ J»S j^^,^^^^^,^ ^j^ ^^ Partition of Africa. .916K^ 



Thirteen satires 877 J9Hrii ^ 

-Persius and ntht^rs. Satires. .877 JOHs 



Kkmblk,F. a. Records of a girlhood. BK-^ 
Kempis. .Se*' Thomas h Kempls. 
Kkni>all, G. W. Texan Santa Pe 

t^ ! expedition. 2v 917.64 K:*'^ 

Kkndrick, a. C. Greelc exercises. 

Kai.senber(;. Moritz von. .Mem- 1 488.2 K.'M 

oirs of the Baroness Cecile de Kendkick, John. Ancient Egypt 
Coui-tot 944.04 K12 i under the I'huiniohs. 2v 953 K41 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



243 



1NX AN, George. Siberia and the 

exile system. 2v 915.7 K36 

Tent life in Siberia 915.7 K36t 

ENNEDY, W. S. John Greenleaf 

Whittier B W625k 

Life of Longfellow B L853k 

Oliver Wendell Holmes B H752 

Kenny, ( 'harles. Manual of chess. 

794 K39 

Kent. James. Commentaries on 

American law. 4v 345 K41 

Kentucky— iS7<4/e LeiiiakUure, Obit- 
uary address on the death of 
Henry Clay B C619 

Kersey's treatise on the doctrine of 

friends 289.6 K47 

Keynes, J. N. Scope and method 

of political economy 330 K52 

Khayyam, Omar. See Omar Khay- 
yam. 

^IDD, Benjamin. Control of the 

tropics 325 K53 

Social evolution 3.35 K5.3 

Cidder, D. p. Mormonism and the 

Mormons 298 K53 

^ii>DLE, Henry., Harrison, T. F. 
ntid Calkins, N. A. How to 
teach 371.3 K54 

"iN'DERCiARTEN and the school. 

Pajife and others .372 P14 

'^^DERGARTEN principles and prac- 
tice. Uiggs and Smith . . . .372.2 R44k 

iNci, B. F. Jr, Verse 811 K58 

'>Jo, CLARENCE. Mountaineering 

in the Sierra Nevada 917.9 K58 

ii^u, Rer. David. Principles of ge- 
ology in their relation to reli- 

j^ion 215 Kr)8 

iJ^u. Edward. French political 

leaders 920 K58 

^M<J, J. M. Facing the twentieth 

century 322 K58 

^No, RUPUS. Ohio 977. 1 K58 

;lNo, T. S. White hills 917.422 K58 

^INg, W. H. Lessons and practical 
notes on steam, the steam en- 
gine, etc> H21.1 K58 

'^ING Rent's daughter. Hertz. .839.82 H44 
Kl.vo stork and king log. Stepniak, 

pmid 947.08 St4 

KiNOLAKE, A. W. Eothen 915.6 K()l 

Invasion of the Crimea. (Jv . .m7.07 K59 



Kings and queens. Abbott 920 Ab2 

King's jester and other short plays. 

Dugan 793 D87 

KiNGSFORD, C L. jL author. See 

Archer. 
KiNGSLEY. CHARLE.S. At last. 917.29 K61 

Glaucus. 591.9 K«l 

Health and education 504 K61 

Letters and memories of his life. .B K55 

Poems 821 K61 

Roman and the Teuton 9.37.09 KOI 

Sir Walter Raleigh and his time 

with other papers 824 KOI 

— See also fiction and juvenile. 
KiNGSLEY, J. S. ed. Riverside 

natural history. 6v R590 qKOl 

KiNGSLEY, W. W. Views on vexed 

que.stions 818 K61 

Kipling, Rudyard. Ballads and 

barrack-room ballads 821 K02b 

From sea to sea. 2v 910 K025 

Out of India 915.4 K«2 

Seven seas 821 K«2s 

—See al4io fiction and juvenile. 
KiPPis Andrew. Voyages round 

the world by Captain Cook 910 K02 

Kirk, J. F. History of Charles the 

Bold. .3v BC477 

Kirk, Edmund pHeud, See Gil- 
more, J. R. 

KiRKLAND, .TosEPH. Chicago mas- 
sacre of 1812 977.31 K0.3C 

Story of Chicago. 2v 977.31 K«3s 

Kirk UP, Thomas. History of so- 
cialism ii35 K03 

KiSER, S. E. Georgie 817 K(}4 

KITCHIN, G. W. History of France. 

3v 944 K04 

KiTSON, Arthur. Scientific solu- 
tion of the money question.. 332.42 KH4 

KiTTO, .John. Illustrated history 

of the Holy Bible 220.9 KO^') 

—ami Taylor, Her. J. Popular 
cyclopedia of Biblical litera- 
ture R220.3 K05 

Kittridge, G. L. jt. author. Sec 
Arnold, S. A. 

Klkmm, L. li. European schcwls. 

( Inter, cduv. ser.) .379 K87 

Klknckk, P. F. H. Humboldt... B H919 

Klipstein, L. F. Grammar of the 

Anglo-Saxon language 429.5 K(W 



244 AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 

Knkeland, Samuel. American Kkusi, H. Jt. author. See Shel- 

in Iceland »14.91 KTa don, K. A. 

Knickerbocker maj^azine. IHoT. ' Kugler, L. T. Hand-book of paint- 

V. 4S» 051 K74 I inj^: (iernian, Flemish and 

Knkjht, Charles. Old Enj>:land. Dutch schools. 2 v 7.'»9 P*) 

2v 5)14.2 fK74 ! Italian schools. 2 v 759.45 W> 

— (d. Half-hoiu'^ with the best KUNZ, G. F. Production of precious 

authors. 4v M)8.H K74 stones in IHiH 338.2 K% 

Knck^king around the Rockies. In- 

jrersoll 1)17.8 In4k ; 

Knout and the Russians. Lajfny.»14.7 L13 L 

KNOWLES, F. L. (Jolden treasury t.abaume, Eugene. Campaign in 
of American stm^s and lyrics. i j^^^^.^ ,^. „. j ^ 

^^^-^^ ^"^^^ : Labberton, R. H. Historical atlas 

KNOWLES, J. D. Memoir of Mrs. ; ^^^ ^^^^^^^^ ^.^^^^^ j^.^j.^j U 

A. H. Jud on • -^^ -^'^ i La Beche, H. T. de. Geolojrical 

KNOX, C. E. Year with St. Paul. observer Tk^) Ul 

— ..XV. I f^^m^jj j^„j j^j, relations to law. 

Knox, T. W. Back.sheesh ill.. KIT siimson XW <t St.'. 1 

K()HI.nAUS(,H, FKKDEKICK. HisU.r.v labou movement in Amerioa.' Klv.lWl K.I !• 

of Gernmny W3 K83 |j^^ ^ HAMBBti He.nri ,„,d Machu- 

'^'^"'^^ -"' ^*^ RON. Alkxi.s. Andree'.s \ta\limi 

KORKA and her neighbors. Bishop. e-xpeditionln search of the north 

i.l.-..19B.,4! jj^ ,,,,,,.,1 

KOREA from its capital. (Jilmore. ' Lacombe, Paul. Growth of a peo 

!.l...l!.G42 . " ,,^,,,1 

Korean sketches. Gale i.l.-..l!K;i:{ i^ACBoix, PAUL. Manners, customs 

KO.SSUTH, I>3Ul.s. hi New Kntrland. ' ^„^, j,.^^^ j„^.„^ ^j,^ „,i„j,^ 

B K8() 1 , . .,,u^ T 1 1 

I a^es and renaissance >:''' •''* 

Memories of my e.vile B KWi f^^^,,.^. (.^i^HOfN MONUMENT A.s- 

Krt.sTU.V, .lUMCS. UfeofUither. s.K'IATI<)N. Hi.storv of the Cal- 

B r^l)73k . . ' u I 1 vM 

houn monument B 1 1'- ' 

K(^VALEVSKY, Sonya. Her roi'o - i .,,.,,. • i w . 

, ,, , Ladies ma»ra/.ine and repository. 

lections of childhood B K>^H ._,j- 0'H»M-3 

KUAUs,.IOHN. il.aifthdr. .SVr Klaus- Ladies' repository. IH^Vi-oS, «)2. v. 

Boelte. 14-18, 22 0.')1 Ll- 

Kraus-Boelte, M a u I a , a n d |,^^„y «,f the lake. Scott 821 So(-M 

KRAiTs, .John. KindHrjrarun Lady's sec(md journey round the 

truide. V. 1 ..{72 K8(5 world. Pfciffer 9101*^' 

Kravc'Hinsky. .s^/Stt'pnijik, //x^m/. La Fontaine. Jean de. Ouevres. 

KREHHIEL, H. E. How to listen to (;v S41 Ll-^ 

»"^^'*i<^ '^^^--^ ^^^'' LA(iNY. (JERMAIN DE. Kiiout and 

Studies in the Waj^nerian dranui. the Knssians \)UM^'^ 

"^- - ^<^^' L-A1(;L(>n. Rostand H42 U->1 

Jt. (intlinr. Scr Stur«:is. j^^i^,., oounlrv. Linton i)14.2H I>» 

Kremer. R. E. Bible ^rems 2(>s KSS Lai.i.a Rookh. Moore 821 M>1 

Kropotkin, p. a. .Memoirs of a Lai.or, .1. .1. id. Cydopi^dia of po- 

revolutionist B lv!>."J litieal science. 3v li3()3Ll'> 

Kroi^t, M. H. Looker on in Lon- Lamartine, Ai.i»honse de. His- 

don 1U4.21 KM2 roi\v of the French revolution. 

Krt'.vimacher, F. W. Autobio^rru- JH4.07 Lltt 

phy B K'M History of I hi- ( iinnidists. :U'..i»44.l>4 LW 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



245 



listory of Turkey, v. 1-2 949.6 L16 

lemoirs of celebrated characters. 

3v 920 L16 

*aat, present and future of the re- 
public 944.07 L16p 

-tke aim fiction. 

MB, Charles. Eliana 824 L16e 

jterary sketches and letters 826 L16 

Vorks. 2v 824 L16 

MBERTON, J. P. Jt, autJwr. See 
Hawthorne. 

MON, \Y- H. Life of Lincoln . . B L736 1 
MPHERE, G. N. U. S. govern- 
ment 342.73 L19 

ND and the book. 2v. Thomson. 

915.69T38 

ND of desolation 919.8 H32 1 

ND of the Castanet. Taylor... 9 14. 6 T21 
ND of the dollar. Steevens. ...917.3 St3 
.ND of the midnight sun. 2v. EHi- 

Chaillu 914.8 D85 

.ND of Thor. Browne 914.8 B81 

iND question. George 333 G29 

^NDER, John. Jt, authfpr. See Lan- 
der, RichaJd. 
tNDER, Richard and Lander, 
John. Expedition to explore the 
Niger, v. 2 916.6 L23 

^NDON, L. E. Complete works. 828 qL23 
^NDON, M. D. (Eli Perkins.) Sara- 
toga in 1901 817 L23 

^NDO.<, H. S. In the forbidden 

land. 2v 915.15 L23 

^NDCR, W. S. Imaginary conver- 
sations 828 L2,35 

elections from his writings. . .828 L235s 

^NDS of Scott. Hnnnewell 914.1 H89 

^NDS of the Saracen. Taylor . . 915.6 T21 
^NDSCAPE gardening. Maynard.714M22 
^Ne-Pcx)LE. See Poole, Stanley- 
Lane. 
^ng, Andrew. History of Scot- 
land 941 L25 

Utters to dead authors 824 L25 

-tke also fiction and juvenile. 

^NQE, Helene. Higher education 

of women in Europe .376 L25 

NGLEY, S. p. New astronomy. 520 L26 
J^GUAGE of the hand. Cheiro . 133,6 C41 
NiER, Sidney. Bob: story of our 

mocking-bird 814 L27 

kiglish novel 823 L27 



Letters B L287 

Poems 811 L27 

Lanman, Charles. Haphazard per- 
sonalities 920 L27 

Lanzi, Luiqi. History of painting 

in Italy. 3v 759 L29 

Laoooon. Lessing 701 L56 

La Plata. Page 918 P14 

La Porte, Laurence. Sailing on 

the Nile 916.2 L31 

Larcx)M, Lucy. Breathings of a 

better life 242 L32 

Lard, M. E. Review of **Campbell- 

ism examined." 289.2 L32 

LaRive, William de B. Remi- 
niscenses of Count Camille de 
Cdvour B C383 

Larned, J. N. History for ready 

reference. 5v R909 L32 

History of England 942 L32 

Larned, L. H. Hostess of today . .641 L32 
Larned, W. C. Churches and castles 

of mediaeval France 728.81 L32 

Lars. Taylor 811 T21 1 

Las Cases, Count de. Memoirs of 

the life of Napoleon. 4v B N216 1 

La Sonnambula: Bellini 782 B41 1 

Last knight. Auersperg 831 An3 

Last of the great scouts. Wetmore . B C67 1 
Last songs from Vagabond ia. C -ar- 

man and Hovey 811 C21v 

Last tournament. Tennyson 821 T25 1 

Last travels. PfeifTer 910 P47 1 

Last years of Louis XV. Saint- 

Amand B L889 

Later love-letters of a musician. 

Reed 814 R25 1 

Lathrop, Mrtt, Rose (H.) Me- 
moirs of Hawthorne B H399 1 

Latimer, Mm, Elizabeth (W.) 
England in the nineteenth cen- 
tury 942.08 L34 

Europe in Africa in the nineteenth 

century 960 L34 

France in the nineteenth century. 

944.08 L34 

Italy in the nineteenth century. 945.09 L34 

Judea from Cyrus to Titus 933 L34 

Russia and Turkey in the nine- 
teenth century 947.08 L34 

Spain in the nineteenth century. 

946.08 L34 



246 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Laun, Henri Van. History of 

French literature. 3v 840.9 L37 

Laurie, S. S. Rise and early consti- 
tion of universities. (Inter, educ. 
»en) 3781^7 

Laurie, Rev, Thomas. Dr. Asahel 

Grant and the mountain Nestor- 

ians BG702 

Woman and the gospel in Persia. 

266.55 L37 

Law of civilization and decay. Ad- 
ams 901 Ad 1 

Law of nations. Vattel Ml V45 

Law of psychic phenomena. Hud- 
son 134 H86 

Lawless, Emily. Story of Ireland. 

{Stoiy of the nathm.) <>41.5 L42 

Lawrence, Amos. Diary and cor- 
respondence B L424 

Lawrence, G. N. Jt. mUrun'. Sw 
Baird, S. F. 

Lawrence, M. W. Light on the 

dark river B H223 

Lawrence, R. S. Past, present and 

future of Bloomington 977.315 L43 

Lawrence, T. .1. Principles of in- 
ternational law Ml L43 

Laws of business. Pars<ms Ml P2.'} 

Layard, a. H. Discoveries among 
the ruins of Xineveh and Baby- 
lon 935.2 M5 

Nineveh and its remains 935.2 L45n 

LAYSof ancient Rome. Macaulay. .821 Mil 

Lea, H. (.'. Historical sketch of sac- 
erdotal celibacy 254 L46 

History of the inquisition. 3v. .272.2 L4H 

Studies in church history 282 L4f) 

Superstitiim and force .340.1 L4(> 

Leaders of the reformatiim. Tul- 

loch 920 T82 

Leading facts of American history. 

Montgomery 973 M7<> 

Leaton, Her. James. Methodism 

in Illinois. 1793-1^32. 287 L48 

Leaves from journal in the high- 
lands. Victoria 914.1 VtiiJ 

Leaves of grass. Whitman 811 \V5J)5 

Leavitt, Samuel. Our monev wars. 

.3:^2 42 M8 

Le Bas, C. W. Life of Wyclif . . . .B VV977 

Lebon, Andr6. Modern France. 

I78;>.1895. (iS/orv of thr a itioii:*.) 
944.0<) L49 



Lecky, W. E. H. Democracy and 

liberty. 2v 321.08U9 

History of European morals. 2v..l70 L49 
Leaders of public opinioD in Ire- 
land 920 y9 

Map of life 170 Ulto 

Spirit of rationalism in Europe. 

2v 211 L49 

Le Conte, Joseph. Elements of 

geology 550 L49 

Evolution and its relation to re- 
ligious thought 213 U9 

Religion and science 215 U^ 

Lee, Albert, camp. Track athlet- 
ics 796 L51 

Lee, E. B. J. P. P. Richter B R535 

Lee, G. S. Shadow Chnst 232 L5l 

Lee, Griffin. Pre- Adamite man.573 1/>^ 
Lee, Mrs, M. U. Parliamentary les- 
sons 328.1 1^^ 

Lee, Sidney. William Shakspere. 

822.33 B^ ^ 

Leiech, H. H. Letters from Greece, 
Tu rkey , Egypt and the holy land. 

910 

Leeds, .1. W. (The) theatre 175 

Leeds, L. W. Ventilation 628.8 

Lee's American automobile annual, 

1901 684 err 

Lef^bure, Ernest. Embroidery 

and lace 746 

Lef6vre, Andre. Wonders of ar- 
chitecture 720 

Leffingwell, Albert. Does sci- 
ence need secrecy? ij91.7 

Leffingwell, W. B. Shooting on 

upland, marsh and stream 799 

LeCJallienne, Richard. Travels 

in England 914.2 U^^ 

LECiEND of .Tubal. Eliot 821 El • 

Le(;endre, a. M. Elements of ge- 
ometry and trigonometry 515 1>>- 

Legends of the Madonna. Jameson. 755 J ^ 
Lec;ends of the middle ages. Guer- 

her ". 398G93I 

Le(;ends of thu Rhine. Kiefer. .398.2K/^ 
Leighton, U. F. ( I reek lessons. 488.2 L*J 

Harvard examination papers .378 L^ 

Latin lessons 478.2 L53 

Leisure-day rhymes. Saxe 811 Sai»l 

Leland, ( '. G. Music lessons of (k)n- 

fucius 811 L53 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



247 



LR^fERCiER, N. L. Cours analytique 

de litterature generale 844 L54 

Lemmonier, C. Natural history. .590 L54 

L.ENG Tso. Davis 2m.i)l D2l» 

L.ENORMAND, M. A. A. Uneering 

fortune teller VXi L54 

Lenormant, Mme, Madame lieca- 

mier and her friends B R294 1 

Lenormant, Francois and Chev^- 
ALLiER, Edward. Ancient hi.s- 
tory of the east. 2 v 930 Lo4 

Le nozze di B^garo. Mozart 782 M87n 

Lentheric Charles. Riviera, an- 
cient and modern 914.51 L54 

Leonard, J. W. Who's who in 

America R920 L55 

L.E0NOWENS, A. H. English gov- 
erness at the Siamese court.915.93 L55 

Life and travel in India 915.4 L55 

Homauce of the harem 915.93 L55r 

L«E Pileur, a. Wonders of th^ hu- 
man body 612 L55 

^KPsius, Richard. Letters from 

Egypt 91H.2 L55 

LeHow, C. B. English as she is 

taught 428 L56 

^RHoy-Beaulieu, Anatole. Em- 
pire of the tsai-s and the Rus- 
sians. 3 V 947 IJ>0 

^EHoy-Beaulieu, Pierre. Awak- 
ening of the east 950 L56 

^^iHLlE, Miss. Behavior book. . . .395 L5() 

^^^HLiE, Charles, Jt. anthor. See 
Jenyns. 

^ti-SsiNO, G. E. Laocoon 701 L5r) 

Nathan the wise 832 L5() 

^-^iSsoNS in life. Holland 814 H71 1 

^*2STER, C. E. Glory and shame of 

England. 2 v 914.2 LVi 

^-B?rTER.s. Thoreau 818 T39 1 

^BTTTERS of a traveller. Bryant. .914 B84 

L.BrrTERS of Peregrine Pickle. Up- 
ton 817 Up8 

^B^TTERS of travel. Brooks 914 B79 

Betters to a mother. Blow 372.2 B()2 

Letters to de«d authors. Lang . .824 L25 
Letters to Madame Hanska. Bal- 
zac 840 B21 

Letters to moth^^rs. Sigourney . . 173 Si2 
Letters to the Joneses. Holland. 

814 H71 le 

Leupp, F. E. How to prepare for a 

civil service examination 351.3 L')7 



Leviathan. Hobbes 320 H65 

Levington, fter. John. Key to ma- 
sonry 366. 1 L57 

Levisse, Erne-ST. Frederick the 

Great B Fa52 1 

Levy, L. E. American Jew as pa- 
triot, .soldier and citizen 2J)6 W83 

Lewes, G. H. -Biographical history 

of philosophy. 2v 109 L58 

Foundations of a creed. 2v 110 L58 

Physical basis of the mind 150 L58 

Physiology of common life. 2v. .612 L58 
Story of Gftthe's life.-. B G684 1 

Lewes, Louis. Women of Shaks- 

pere.. 822.33 Dl 

Lewes, Mrs, M. A. (E.) See Eliot, 
George, pseud, 

Lewis, C. T. Germany 943 L58 

Lewis, Dio. Chastity 176 r-,58 

Five minute chats with young wo- 
men 613 L58 

New gymnastics 613.7 L58 

Our digestion 613 L58o 

Talks about people's stomachs. .613 L58t 
Liberal education of women. Or- 

ton 3760r8 

Library journal. IHHi-date. v. 1- 

dnte 020.5 L61 

Library magazine, v, 1-3 050 L61 

Library of poetry and .song. Bryant. 

8n.08qB84 

Library of useful stories. 

Baldwin. J. M. (The) mind ISO B I 8m 

Chumbers. G. F. Eclipses 523.78 C35 

Conn, H. W. l,\v\nti machine 577 C76 

Murtin. K. A. Piece of coal j54ft.8 M36 

Library primer. Dana 020 D19 

IJLDDELL, H. G. Hi-story of Rome.«37 L61 
History of Rome from the earliest 
times to the establishment of 

the empire 937 L61s 

LiKBEU, Francis. Civil liberty and 

self-government 320 L62 

Manual of political ethics. 2v. ..172 L62 

Property and labor 331 L62 

Likhkr, ir. N. .lustilication of mar- 
tial law :W4L62 

LlEHER, (). M. Assayer's guide. ..669 IA)2 
I^lEBii;. Ji'STi'.s. Animal chemis- 
try 612IJ)2 

Chemistry in itsappliciition toagri- 

oulture and physiology 631 L62 

Life and death of .lason. Morris. .«21 M83I 



248 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Life and her children. Wisher. ...592 F'l.^ 

Life and liberty In America. Mackav. 

917.3 M19 

Life and sayings of Mrs. Partington. 

Shillaber 817Sh6 

Life and travels of Mungo Park.91«.6 L62 
Life and work in India. Stewart. 915.4 St4 

Life beyond death. Savage 218 Sa9 

Life by the Ganges. Mullens . . 266.54 M91 

Life duties. Marcy 243 M33 

Life for Africa. Parsons B G646 

Life in camp and field. Taylor. 973.7 T21p 

Life in Danbury. .Bailey 817 B15 

Life of Henry Ward Beecher B B414 

Life of Sam Houston B H843 

Life on high levels. Sangster. . ..170 Sio 
Life on the Mississippi. Clemens.817 C59 1 
Life scenes among the mountains 

of Ararat. Parmelee 915.6 P24 

Life studies. Baillie 920 B15 

Life's evening 240 L62 

Lifers golden morning. Tuckley .240 T79 

Life's morning 240 L62 1 

Lkjht in the east. Thoburn. . .266.54 Ta5 

Li«HT of Asia. Arnold 821 Ar6 

Light of the world 755 L61 

LlOHT of the world. Arnold 821 ArO 1 

Light science for leisure hours. 

Pi-octor 504 P94 

Lighthouses and lightships. Ad- 
ams 627.9 Ad 1 

Lights and shadows of a long epis- 
copate. Whipple B W573 

Lincoln, Abraham, and Douglas, 

S. A. Political debates. . . ..328.73 L63 

LiNl), (t. D. Methods of teaching 

in country schools 371 L64 

T^INDNER, (;. A. Kmpirical psychol- 
ogy 150 L(i4 

Lindsay, W. L. Mind in the lower 

animals. 2 v 591.5 U>4 

Lingard, John. Abridgement of 

the history of England \H2 UUa 

History of Kngland. 10 v 942 LW 

Linton, K. L. Luke country . .914.28 L(m 

Lii»i»inc^>tt, Mrs. S. J. ((inice 

(inH'uwoiHl.) Ha])s and mishaps 

of a tour in Kuih)1h» 914 IM\ 

N(' w life in new lands 917.S \A\(\ 

li(H'i>nls of five years S14 I^(>() 

S't alsft liction and juvenile. 

rf LiPPiNTDTT's i)it>nouncinir ga/.et- 

Ivvv K9l() \A\i\ 



Liquid air. Sloane 536. i2 SI 5 

Liszt, Franz. Life of Chopin . . .780 C45 
Literary friends and acquaint- 
ance. Howells B H^'»9 

Literary landmarks of Jerusalem. 
Button 915.69 H9T 

Literary landmarks of London. 

Hutton 914.21 H97 

Literary study of the Bible. Moul- 
ton 220 M«f) 

Literary world. 1875-96. v. 6-27. 
051 Llilw 

Literature and life. Whipple.814 wr)7 1 

LiTTELL's living age. v. 1-99, 112- 
(JUite OolLTll 

Little, C. E. Cyclopedia of classi- 
fied dates 903 LT2 

Historical lights R903 qL72 

Little book of western verse. 
Field 811 F4,) 

Little classics, ed, by Rossiter 

Johnson. 

Childhood l"^ 

Comedy L*^ 

Exile L^ 

Fortune L^^ 

Heroism L*^ 

Intellect L7T«' 

LauKhter l>'^ ^ 

Life L^^' 

Love L^'*^ 

Lyrical poems Wl L7ip 

Minor poems Kl LTim 

Mystery L^Wni 

Romance Lm* 

TraKedy ^'^ 

Little Eyolf. Ibsen 8:W.82 IbT 1 

Little foxes. Stowe 173 Sit> 

Little journeys. See Hubbard. 

Little rivers. VanDy ke 814 V28 1 

Littlejohn, W. H. Constitutional 

amendment 263 L(-J 

Live questions. 2 v. Altgeld . . .304 Al » 
Living by the spirit. Dresser — 131 V^l 
LiviNciSTON, David. Last journals 

in central Africa 916.7 L7H 

Travels in south Africa 916.6 L"<» 

Livv. Histor i arum libri qui su])er- 

sunt. 5 V 878 L7() 

Histories. Books 1, 21, 22 878 L7«h 

History of Rome. 2 v 937 I> 

Lloyd. II. D. Country without 

strikes 331.1 L77 

Newest Kngland 99.1.1 h'' 

Hax-kk. D. R. "Swingin' round the 

cirkle." 817 L79 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



249 



Locke. John. Civil government.. 321 L79 

On human understanding 090 L79 

PhiloBophical works. 2 v 192 L79 

LocKHART, J. G. tr. Ancient Span- 
ish ballads 861 L81 

— .// nuthffr. See Wilson, John. 
Lock WOOD, H. C. Constitutional 

history of Prance 342.44 L81 

r..ocKWOOD, T. D. Electrical meas- 
urement and the galvanometer. 

537.86 L81 

Electricity, magnetism and electric 

telegraphy 537 L81 

LocKYER, J. N. Spectroscope 535 L81 

LoEKiE. ElDAfUND. Portraits of illus- 
trious personages of Great Brit- 
ain. lOv 920 L82 

Lodge. H. C. Alexander Hamilton. 

[Am^r. statesmen,) B H217 1 

Daniel Webster. {Amer. statesmen, ) 

B W378 1 

George Washington. 2 v. (Amer, 

statesmen,) B W318 1 

Short history of the English colo- 
nies in America 973.2 L82 

Story of the revolution. 2v . . . .973.3 L82 
Studies in history 973 L82 

Lodge, Richard. Richelieu B R528 

Log of a sei-walf. Bullen 910 B87 1 

Logan, J. A. jr. In joyful Ru88ia.914.7 L82 
Logan, W. S. Argument for an 

eight-hour law 331.81 L82 

LoHER, Franz von. Cyprus. . .915.(i4 L8 » 
LoMENiE. Louis de. Beaumarchais 

and his times B B.378 

LoMMEL., Eugene. Nature of light. 5.3;3L83 
l/)y[X)N quarterly review. 1868-79. 

v. 124-48 a52 L84 

Long, S. P. Art 704 LSo 

Longfellow, H. W. Aftermath..811 L86a 
Courtship of Miles Standish. . . .811 L8(>c 

Divine tragedy 811 L86d 

Golden legend 811 L86g 

Hanging of the crane 811 L86h : 

Masque of Pandora 811 L86m 

New England tragedies 811 L8Hn . 

Outre-mer 914 L8() 

Poetical works 811 LM 

Song of Hiawatha 811 L8()s | 

Tales of a wayside inn 811 L86t 

Ultima thule 811 L86u | 

— ed. Poems of places. Italy .. 811.08 L8() 



— See nlMt fiction and juvenile. 
Longley, Elias. American man- 
ual of phonography 653 L86 

Longman, F. W. Frederick the 

Great 943.05 IM 

Lonsdale, Margaret. Sister Dora. 

BP321 

r>OOKER-ON in London. Krout.914.21 K92 
Looking toward sunset. Child . . .818 C43 
Lord, D. N. Characteristics and laws 

of figurative language 808 L88 

Geognosy 561 L88 

Lord, John. Beacon lights of his- 
tory. 7v 920 L88 

Jewish heroes and prophets 920 L88j 

Old pagan civilization 920 L88o 

LossiNG, B. J. Harper's popular 

cyclopajdia of U.S. history. 2v. . 973 L89 

Home of Washington B W318 lo 

Life and times of Philip Schuyler . B S397 
Lives of celebrated Americans. 920 L89 1 
Lives of the signers of the Declara- 
tion of Independence 920 L89 

Mary and Martha Washington .. B W3 19 
Pictorial field-book of the revolu- 
tion. 2v 973.3 L89 

Lost tales of Miletus. Lytton 821 L99 

LOTHROP, T. K. William Henry Sew- 
ard. (Am^er, statesmhen,) B S514 

Lotos leaves. Brougham and El- 

derkin 808.5 B79 

Lotus-eating. Curtis 917.47 C94 

Louis Kossuth in New England. ..B K86 1 

Louisville cook-book 641 L93 

LouNSBERRY, ALICE. Guide to the 

trees 582 L92 

Guide to the wild flowers 580 L93 

LOUNSBURY, T. R. James Fenimore 

C<)oper. [Amer, men of letters,). .BCll^ 

IwOVE, W. D. Fast and Thanksgiv- 
ing days of New England. .264.031 L94 
LovE-LETTERS of a musician. Reed. 

814 R25 

Love lyrics. Riley 811 R45 1 

Loveless, M. J. Jt, auttmr. See 
James, E. J. 

Love's meinie. Ruskin .598.2 R89 

Lovett, Richard, ed, James Gil- 

mour of Mongolia B G488 

Low tide on Grand Pre. Carman. 811 C21 1 
Lowe, Charles. Prince Bismarck. 

BB0221 



250 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Lowe, John. Medical missions. ..266 LOo 
Lowell, A. L. Colonial civil ser- 
vice 351 L95 

Governments and parties in conti- 
nental Europe. 2v 354 L95 

Lowell, D. W. Bookkeeping 667 L.»5 

Lowell, F. C. Joan of Arc B J62 

Lowell, J. R. Among my books. 

2v 814 L95 

Biglow papers. 2v 811 L»5b 

Democracy and other addresses. 814 L95d 

Fable for critics 811 L95f 

Fireside travels 910 L95 

Heartsease and rue 811 L95h 

Last poems 811 L95 I 

Latest literary essays and ad- 
dresses 814 La's 1 

My study windows 814 L95m 

Poems. 4v 811 L95 

Political essays 814 L95p 

Under the willows 811 L95u 

Lowell, Percival. Mars 523.43 L95 

LOWENTHAL, J. Morphy 's games . . 794 L95 

Lowndes, G. R. Gipsy tents 796 L95 

Lowndes, W. T. Bibliographer's 
manual of English literature. 

Uv 015.42 L95 

LOYSON, Charles. Discourses ... 252 L95 
Lubbock, Sir John. Ants, bees and 

wasps .595.79 L96 

On the senses, instincts and intelli- 
gence of animals 591.5 L96 

Origin and metamorphoses of in^- 

sects 595.7 L9<)0 

Origin of civilizaticm 901 L96 

Pleasures of life 824 L96 

Pre-historii' times. 571 L'.^iip 

LCbke, Wilhelm. History of art. 

2v 709 L9() 



Outlines of the history of art. 2v. 

R709 LWo 

LrcAS, ('. P. Historical geograi)hy 

of the British colonies 9<)8 LlMi 

Lucas. E. V. romp. Open road. .821.0.^ LiHi 
Luce, L. H. Alcohol and narcotics. 178 L96 
Luc^E, Morton. Hand-book to the 

works of Tennvson 821 T2.')v 1 

Lu(?IA di Lammermoor. Donizetti. 782 D81 

LUCILE. Lytton 821 L992 1 

Lucy, H. W. Gladstone B (;543 1 

LUMMLS, C. F. Awakening of a na- 
tion 917.2 L97 



Spanish pioneers 973.1 W' 

— See also fiction and juvenile. 
LUNT, George. Old New England 

traite 917.419: 

Lusiad. Camoens 869.1 (14 

Luther, Martin. Hymns of Mar- 
tin Luther 245 L9T 

Watch words for the warfare of 

life ....240Ly'; 

Lyddeker, Henry, Jt. auth(pr, *See! 

Flower, William. 
Lyell, Sir Charles. ElemenUry 

geology 550 L*»^ 

Geological evidences of the antiq- 
uity of man 573 L98 

Principles of geology 5')0 L98p 

Student's geology 55() LKHd 

Lyell, J. C. Pigeon-keeping for 

amateurs 636.6 L98 

Lyly, John. Euphues 823 IM 

Lyon, G. P. Private journal . . . .919.8 UMi» 

Lyra bicyclia. Dalton 811 DIT 

Lyrics of lowly life. Dunbar. . ..811 D91 1 

Lysias. Orationes 885 UW 

Lytton, E. G. Bulwer- Athens. 938.5 LlW 
Critical and miscellaneous wnt- 

ings. 2v ^ 824 L5W 

Drama and poems 822 i^ 

England and the English 914.2 V^ 

Lost tales of Miletus 821 LiW 

Student 824 W^'s 

—See tt/j»o fiction. 
Lytton, E. R. Bulwer- (Owen 
Meredith. ) Fables in song . .821 LWJf 
Life and letters of Edward Bul- 
wer, Lord Lytton B V^ 

Lucile 821 L9921 

New i)oems. 2v 821 L9i*2D 

Poetical works 821 L^- 



M 

Mabie, H. W. Books and culture. 814 Milt* 
Blssays on work and culture. . ..814 Mll^ 
McAlllster, Ward. Society as I 

have found it 395 Mil 

McAlpine, Frank. Treasures from 

the poetic world 811.08 Mil 

McAkthur, Alexander. Anton 

Rubenstoin 780 R^' 

Macaktht^r, Margaret. History 

of Scotland 941 MU 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



251 



IacArthur. R. S. (nid others. Why 

I am what I am 280 Mil 

[ ACAULA Y, T. R Critical and mis- 
cellaneous essays. 5v 824 Mil 

Rssays, critical and miscellaneous. 

824 Mile 

Assays on Milton and Addison. 824 Mllm 

History of England. 5v 942.06 Mil 

Lays of ancient Rome 821 Mil 

Speeches. 2v 825 Mil 

[acbeth. See Shakspere. 
cCabe. J. D. Centennial exhibi- 
tion 606.748 M12 

Our martyred president B G231m 

(Jreat fortunes and how they were 

made 920 M12 

cCall, S. W. Thaddeus Stevens. 

{Amer, atatefnnen.) B S846 

cCalman, a. H. Compact history 

of England 942 M12 

cCarthy, Eugene. Familiar fish. 

639 M12 

cCarthy, J. H. French revolu- 
tion. 2v 944.04 M12 

Modern leaders 920 M125 

cCarthy,iJustin. England in the 

nineteenth century. 2v 942.08 M12 

History of our own times 942.08 M12h 

History of our own times. 3y .942.08 M12hi 

Pope Leo thirteenth B L576 

Reminiscences. 2v B M123 

Story of Gladstone's life B G54.3m 

Story of the people of England in 
the nineteenth century. 2v. 
{Story of the nations.) 942.08 M12e 

IcClellan, G. B. Manual of bay- 
onet exercise 355 M13 

Organization of the army of the 

Potomac 973.74 M13 

Report on the organization and 
campaigns of the army of the 
Potomac 973.74 M13r 

IcClintock, Captain, Discovery 
of the fate of Sir John Franklin. 
919.8 M13 

[cClung, J. A. Western adven- 
ture 917.3 M13 

C'Clure, a. K. Our presidents and 
how we make them 329 M13 

cClure, Rev, J, B. comp. Anec- 
dotes and illustrations of 1). L. 
Moody 244 M77 



Edison and his inventions B E235 

McClure's monthly magazine. 1893- 

daU. V. 2'date 051 M13 

McCORMiCK, Henry. Practical 

work in geography 910.7 M13 

McCosH, James. Examination of 

J. S. Mill's philosophy 110 M13 

Intuitions of the mind 156 M13 

Tests of the various kinds of truth. 

160M13 

—and Dickie, George. Typical 
forms and special ends in crea- 
tion 215 D56 

MacCoun, Townsend. Holy land 

in geographv and history. 2 v. 
915.69 M13 

McCrackan, W. D. Romance 

Switzerland ; 914.94 M13r 

Teutonic Switzerland ..914.94 M13t 

McCrie, Thomas. History of the 

reformation in Italy 270.6 M13 

History of the reformation in 

Spain 270.6 M13s 

Life of John Knox B K742 

McCuLLOCH, Hugh. Men and meas- 
ures of half a century 973 M13 

MacDonald, Arthur. Abnormal 

man 136 M14 

MacDonald, George. Hidden life. 

821 M14 

Miracles of our Lord 226.7 M14 

Unspoken sermons 252 M14 

Within and without 821 M14w 

— See also fiction and juvenile. 
McEtoWELL., W. F. and others. Picket 

line of missions 266 M14 

Mcelroy, John. Andersonville.973.77 M15 
McFarland, Andrew. Escape.. 914 M16 
McFarlane, Charles. Japan. ..952 M16 
McGee, T. D. Popular history of 

Ireland. 2 v 941.5 M17 

McGiFFKRT, A. C. Christianity in 

the apostolic age 270.1 M17 

McGiLCHRiST, John. Lord Brough- 
am B B875 

MacGregor, John. Kob Roy on 

the Joixian 915.69 M 17 

Thousand miles in the Rob Roy 

canoe 914 M17 

Mc(;uire, H. C. George Washing- 
ton B W318m 

Machiavelli, Nuxx)LO. History 

of Florence fH5 M 18 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



McHuGH, J. V. uiut C»Oft, J. W. 
Histor.v of the Illinois State Nor- 
mal university 310.7 M18 

JiACHiiaoN Alexis, it. author. See 
Ijichamhre. 

Mackay, a. M. Maclca.vorU(raiida.B M15.1 

Mackay, Chaki.es. Life and lib- 
erty Id America i*n.3Ml» 

Memoirs of extraordinary popular 

deliLsions 133 M19 

Thousand and one grems of poetry. 
821.08 M19 

McKay, F. E. iiml Winqate, C. E. 
L. Famous American actoru of 
today 112(1 Mlft 

McKeb, T. H. eii. National plai^ 

tormiiofall political parties. ..329 M19 

Mackenzie, A. S. History of Scot- 
land 9*1 M19 

Mackenzie, R. S. Sir Walter Scott. 

BS4:tlm 

Mackenzie, W. d. fhi-iBtianiiy and 

1 he prosress Of man 2G8 MIS 

McKlM, W. D. Heredity and hu- 
man progress 575.1 M21 

MAtKlS'hfiR, H. J (ind Sadler, M. 

E. Unlvereiiy extension . . . ..378.1 M31 

M ACKiNTOSH. John. .Story of Scot- 
land ,' fill M2I 

Maclaren, Ian, iimud. Sm Waliwn, 
John. 

McL \U()H1,1N, A. C. HiMtory of the 

Amerii^an nation. 1173 M22 

LiwisCasa. (^Ijiief. «Uite»me>u)...lH'H:i 

Maclav, K. H. Amprlean priva- 
teers 973 M224 

,U. S. n ivy. 2v 3."i3.7:t M22 

MfLKAN County Jireclorv. mw. 87. 

917.731 M22 

McLean county Hisi-obical so- 
ciety. Transactions, v. 1..!)T7.:112 M22 

MacLean, J. 1'. Mound-builders. 

571.91 M22 

MacLI'Xiu, Donald. Life of Mary, 

queen of Scots n M393 

McLouGHLiNandoldOreiron. Dve. 

9l7.ifc'. Dil8 

McMahan, a. B. Study class... .S(I7 M22 

McMa.STek, J. B. Benjamin Frank- 
lin as a man of letterH. {Anicr. 

men of letltrs.) B FSSIra 

People of the U. S. from the revo- 
hitioo to the civil war. v. 1-ii. 
973M225 



School history of tbe U. S B73 Mii"« 

With the fathers 973.1 M2il 

M.^t'.MlNN Her. EDWIN NemorAma 

the NauU'bnee 266.54 M2 

MlMurtrir. William. Culture of 

the sugar beet 664.1 M2 

McPh grson, Edward. Hand-boolt 

of politics 32B MSt 

Political history of the U. Sl during I 

the great rebellion 973.71 Mi* 

.Mc'Pher.sun Hjcotok- apeocerand 

Sjieneerism 575 M34 

McQuiLL, Thursty. Hudson river 

guide 9i".'n nw 

Macready, W. C. Reminiscences. BM17-i 
McSheRKY, RicbaBD. Health and 

how to promote it 613 M24 

.\Iaulirv, H. It. Ijfe and times ot 

Robert Emmett B (■' >! 

Literary life and correspondence 
of the (^luntess of Bleaaington. 

2v BGail 

Madonna in art. Hurll 7.15 HW 

Magazine of American history, v. 

9-29 H73M27 

Magazine of art. 1891-da(e. v. 14- 

dale -,(C,}i-^l 

.Magk' stage illusions. Hopkins. .790 qS'' 
Maginn, William. Odoherty pa- 
pers, 2v 821 Xr=*' 

~jl. autlior. See Wilson, John. 
.Magna charta. Burrinsl.on. ...342.42 B-^—' 
Magnalia Chriati Americana. 2v. 

Mather 277.4 M-*" 

Magoon, E. L. Living orators in 

America . . . . ■ 929 M=--" 

Magrl'der, a. B. .lohn Marshall. 

{Aiiirr. Ktatettmen.) B M31 ^* 

Maguirr. Thomas und Pope, R. T. 

P. Report of discussion 283 M^^^ 

Maiiaffy, Iter. J. p. Empire of the 

Pl^iemies 932 -M:^" 

History of classical Greek litera- 
ture. 2v 880 M^J 

Old Greek education 370.9 MS ' 

Did Cireek life 913.38 MffJ 

Rnublesjui(istudiesinGreece.914.!J5M3''' 

S..L-ial life nOreece 813.38 M 27 >* 

iSlw.VutAle.'ianili-r's empire. {Stoiy 

iiflhf ii-ili'mn.) »3a07M2' 

Mahan. a. T. Uiilf and the inland 

w.iters 973,75 M27 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



253 



)f sea i)ower upon his- 

i«()<)-n«:i :j59.()9 M27 i 

America in sea i>ower. 

327.73 M27 

son. 2v BN436 

L. Intellectual philoso- 

15«)M27 

I. S. Ancient law. ..340.1 M28 

ry of institutions 340 M28 

)RiCAL Society. Henrv 

•th Longfellow B L853ra 

Jigsbee 973.9 Si2 

s. Thoreau 818 T39m 

. A. F. Mastei's of Ger- 

ic * 780 M22 

id fayence. Beck with. 7.38 B38 
'lorence. Oliphant.920 Ol 3m 
lodern Italy. Marriott. B M477 
odern Rome. Oliphant. 

945 013 

Venice. Oliphant. .945 Ol 3m 
llinois. Mather. . . .977.3 M42 
le nation. Walker. 973.4 W15 
)WARD. Rule of mar- 

173 M29 

southeastern Asia 915 M29 

r .John. Sketches of 

915.5 M29 

'. D. .Tesse Mercer. . .B M553 
i, H. Is life worth liv- 

201 M29 

(Anr. clamiicH,) 871 UHy 

. R. Principles of pop- 

2v 312 M29 

ancestor. Morris. ...575 M83 

metals. .Joly 571 J68 

al. Harris.' 233 H24 

e hoe. Markham 811 M34 

s, Henry. Reading and ; 

808.5 M31 

Trusts and the people. 

338.8 M31 

. Mary, cd. Horace 

H M281 

id social usages. Sher- 

.3iK)Sh5 

in nature. Huxlev. .573 H9H 
to society. Hillis. , 170 H5.")m 
r. A. Geological excur- 
tund the Isle of Wight. 

;V»4.2M31 

•f geology. 2v 550 M31 



Manuel, Don .Tuan, prince. Count 

Lucanor 863 M31 

Manufacturing centres of central 

Illinois 917.73 qH 

Many-sided Franklin. Ford B F831f 

Map olf life. Lecky 170 L49m 

Marble prophecy. Holland 811 H71m 

March, C. W. Sketches in Ma- 
deira .914.09 M.^3 

March, Krr. Daniel. Night scenes 

in the Bible 220 M33 

Walks and homes of Jesus 2:^2.9 M33 

March, F. A. Philological study 

of the English language. 420 M33 

Marching with Gomez. Flint. .973.9 Ftt4 

M arcy, K. E. Life duties 243 M33 

Marden, O.S. Architects of fate..374M33a 

Pushing to the front 374 M.33p 

Secret of achievement 374 M31se 

Success 374 M:«s 

Marder, Luse and Co, Specimens 
of printing types, borders and 
brass rules 055 M33 

Marey, E. J. Animal mechanism. 

, 591.4 M33 

Marion, Fulgence. Wonders of 

vegetation 582 M33 

Markham, Edwin. Man with the 

hoe 811 M34 

Marlowe, Chrisix>pher. Works.822 M34 

Marmion. Scott 821 Sco8m 

Marot, Helen. Hand-book of labor 

literature 016.3 M34 

Marquand, Allan, and Froth- 

INGHAM, A. L. Text-book of 

the hi.story of sculpture 730 M34 

Marriott, J. A. R Makers of mod- 
ern Italy B M477 

Marsh, D. W. Tennesseean in Per- 
sia and Koordistan B R4()9 

Marsh, G. P. Lectures on the Eng- 
lish language 420 M:J5 

Origin and history of the English 
language 420 M35o 

Marsh, .1. B. T. Story of the jubilee 

singers 784.7 M;J5 

Marshall, Edward. Story of the 

rough riders 973.9 M.35 

.Martin, B. E. and Martin, ('. M. 
Stones of Paris in history and 
letteiN. 2 V 914.4.30 M.30 

Martin, C. M. .//. authm. Sec Mar- 
tin, B. E. 



254 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Martin, Rev. Chalmers. Apos- 
tolic and moiern missions 266 M.36 

Martin, K. W. Behind the scenes 

in Washington 917.53 M.36 

Martin, G. H. Civil government in 

the U. S 342.73 M.36 

Martin, H. N. Human body 612 M36 

Martin, Henri. Age of Louis four- 
teenth. 2v 944.033 M.36 

Decline of the French monarchy. 



-( 'nmmompealth. Debates and pro- 
ceedings. 1788 974.4 M^J^ 

—Education, Board of. Annual 

reports. 1849-74, 1885-90.. 379. 744 M^^ 
Massachusetts Bay Province— 
Heprcientatires, Ifou^ of. Jour- 
nal. 2v 090 fM3? 

Masse Y, Gerald. Poems and bal- 
lads 821 M38 



-.•■XI 



^\ 



Massinger, Philip. Plays 822 M3^ 

\yy ^ 03 yi^^ i Massdn, David. Life of John Mil- 

■^ ton. V. 1 B M6^>- 

Masson, Gustav. story of media»- 



Martin, J. L. Voice of the seven 

thunders '. 228 M.36 

Martin, S. W. Festival chimes. .7^3 M.3(5 
Martin, Theodore, .;7i autlior. See 

Aytoun. 
Martin, W. A. P. Cycle of Cathay. 

915.1 M36c 

Martineau, Harriet. Autobiog- 
raphy. 2v B M.385 

Biographical sketches 920 M.36 

British rule in India .... v 954 M36 

History of Kngland. 4v 942.07 M3H 

Household education .370 M36 

Society in America. 2v 917.3 M36 

Mautineau, James. Endeavors 

after the ( .hristian life 252 M.'W 

Stu lies of ( 'hristianity 822 M36 

Martyn, Carlo.s, Wendell Phil- 
lips BP5(Um 

Marvel, Andrew. Poetical works. 

821 M36 

Marvel, Ik, psmrl. See Mitchell, 
D. G. 

Marx, Karl. C^apital 331 M36 

Masaniello. Auber 782 Aulm 

Mason, K. (t. Chapters from Illinois 

history 977.3 M3^ 

Mason, FtiAN<'is. Story of a work- 

in^r-man's life B M.398 

Mason, William. Spiritual trea.s- 

ury for the children of God . . . .242 M3S 

Masonic nniew. 18|S.().3. v. 1-28. ..366 M.38 

Ma.spf:k >, (J. C. C. Dawn of civili- 
zation 930qM38 



val France. {Story of the nations,) 

:.....: 944.02 m:^^ 

Masters of contemporary music. 

Hervey. Arthur. Mastera of French muRic. . ^ , 
7H» H-** 

Maitland. J. A. F. Masters of Oerman mu- 
sic 7K> >*^ 

Streatfleld. R. A. Masterx of Italian music. _. 

;>ii>st>*^ 

Willeby, Charles. Masters of EnirliMh mu- 
sic 7>t)>^^«* 

Mather, Cotton. Magnalia Christi 

Americana. 2v 277.4 ? 

Mather, I. F. Making of Illinois. 977.3 
Mathews, F. S. Familiar flowers 

of field and garden 580 Vl - 

Familiar trees and their leaves.. 582 VI ■ 
Mathews. W. S. B. How to under- 
stand music 78<). 1 \^ ' 

One hundred years of music in Am- 
erica 780.97 \S 

Popular history of the art of music. 

780.9 \% -^ - 

Mathews, William. Getting on in ^^ 

the world .374 \% ^f; 

Great conversers 814 h% "^ " 

Hours with men and books 814 M-i-^ *^ 

Literary style and other essays. 814 M-t-^ .^ 

Oratory and orators 808.5 \S ^^^ 

Words; their use and abuse. . ..428.3 \% '^^ 

Matson, Henry. References for 

literary workers R028 y. 

M atson. N. French and Indians of 

the Illinois river 977.3 M-^ 

Matthew ofParis. English hi.story. 

123.'>-7:J. :Jv 942.03 VS 



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Passiii^^ of the empires 9.V) qMJH 

Stini),^irlt' of th<' n itions 930 qM38s \ MATTHEW of Westminster. Flowers 

M AsgrKof Piindor.i. L )n^rfell()Nv.8ll LHfim , of history. 2v 942 M 

M.v^grK of p;)cts 81 1 m:{^ M atthew.s, Brander. Aspects of 

Masqi'E of th.' iro(N. Taylor. . . .81 1 T21m ' fiction 813 I 

MASSACHrsKTTS ('hnritifs, Stdte 

lifhinl nf. 'Phinl annual rt*iM)rt .3(»0 MM) 



-m 



:\ 



F^rench dramatists of the nine- 
teenth century 840 9 >»^ "^^^ 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



255 



-See aho fiction. 

TZNER. English grammar. 3v..425M43 

.u, August. Pompeii 913.37 M44 

UDSLEY, Henry. Body and mind. 
.' 132 M44 

*hysiology and pathology of the 
mind 132 M44p 

tesponsibility and mental dis- 
eases 132 M44r 

.URINE and other poems. Wilcox. 
811 W64 

UBY, M. F. Physical geography 
of the sea 551.46 M44 

VERicK, Augustus, jt, author. 
See Briggs. 

XIMILIAN and Carlotta. Taylor. 
B M464t 

XWELL, Sir Herbert. Robert 
the Bruce 941 M45 

XWELL, W. H. Irish rebellion 
in 1798 941.57 M45 

Y, Phil. Sketch-book 741 M45 

V, S. J. Memoir of Samuel 

Joseph May B M467 

oine recollections of our anti- 
slavery conflict 326 M44 

V, Sir T. E. Constitutional his- 
tory of England. 2 v 342.42 M45 

emocracy in Europe. 2 v 342 M45 

V-DAY and other pieces. Emer- 
»^n 811 Em2m 

Ver, Brantz. War between 
Mexico and the U. S 972.05 M45 

Vhew, iRA. Popular education. 370 M44 

Vnard, S. T. Landscape garden- 
ing 714 M22 

ZziNi, Guiseppe. Life, writings 
and political principles B M477m 

^D, E. D. Philosophy of Carlyle. 824 M46 

^D, Richard. Medical precepts 
and cautions 090 M46 

A.DOWCROPT, W. H. A B C of 
electricity 537 M46 

A.NS and ends of education. Spald- 
ing .370.4 Splm 

CHANIC -090 M465 

iKLEJOHN, J. M. D. Art of writ- 
ing English 808 M47 

Uglish language 420 M47 

tTZEN, August History, theory 

and technique of statistics 311 M47 

CCHER, J. F. Mount Zion. . .220.8 M48 



Meldrum, D. S. Holland and the 

Hollanders 914.92 M43 

Meline, J. F. Mary, queen of Scots. 

BM39.3m 

Two thousand miles on horseback. 

917.8 M48 

Melville, Herman. Battle-pieces. 

811 M49 

Omoo: adventures in the South 

seas 919.6 M49 

Typee: Polynesian life 919.6 M49t 

Memminoer, R W. Present issues. 204 M51 
Memoirs of a revolutionist. Kro- 

potkin BK93 

Memorial of Joseph Henry B H522 

Memorial of Robert McCormick. .B M171 
Memorial tributes to S. F. Morse. BqM886 
Memorials of Henry Brace Norton. B N882 
Men and manners in America one 

hundred years ago. Scudder.917.3 Scu2 
Men and manners of half a century. 

McCulloch 973 M13 

Men and things as I saw them in 

Europe. Murray 914 M965 

Men and women of the time. Plarr. 

R920B69 

Men in epigram. Morton 808.8 M84 

Men of achievement. 

Brooks, Noah. Statesmen 820 B78 

Greeley, A. W. Travellers and explorers. WO 08 1 

Huberu P. G. Inventors 9«) H865 

Stoddard, W. O. Men of business Wu Stflft 

Men of our times. Stowe 920 St7 

Men of the third republic 920 M52 

Men, women and books. 2v. Hunt. 824 H91 

Men, women and manners in colonial 

times. Fish-r 917..32 F53 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Pelix. 

Letters 780 Mr)2 

Letters from Italy and Switzerland. 

...; .* 780Mr>2 1 

Mental evolution in animals. Ro- 
manes 591 R66m 

Menzel, Wolfgang. History of 

Germany. 3v 943 M52 

Menzies, Sutherland. Middle 

ages 940.1 Mr)2 

Merchant of Venice. See Shakspere. 

Merchants' magazine and commer- 
cial review. 1847 305 M.")3 

Meredith, OWEN, pseud. See Lytton. 

Merivale, Charles. Conversion 

of the northern nations 274.5 M54 



256 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Conversion of the Roman empire. 

274.5 Al54c 

Romans under the empire. 7v . 837.0(5 M54 

School history of Rome 937.06 M54s 

Meriwether, Lee. Tramp at home. 

331.08 M55 

Tramp trip 914 M55 

Merriam, F. a. Birds through an 

opera glass 598.2 M55 

Merriman, C. p. Rational arith- 
metic 511 M55r 

—and Baker, C. E. Synthetic 

grammar 425 M55 

— mid others. History of McLean 

county, Illinois 977.312 M55 

Merritt, Rev. T. Christian's man- 
ual 090 M55 

Merritt, Wesley, ami otli^rs. Ar- 
mies of today 355 M55 

Merz, Karl. Elements of harmony 

and musical composition 781.3 M55 

Metcalf, Richard. Letter and 

spirit 288 M56 

Metcalf, Thomas, and DeGarmo, 

Charles. Dictionary work.. 428 M56 

Mexican Border Commission. Re- 
port of the committee 972.08 M57 

Meyer, A. N. erf. Woman's work 

in America 396 M57 

Meylert, a. p. Notes on opium 

habit 178 M57 

Meynell, Mrs. Alice (T.) Chil- 
dren 824 M57 

John Ruskin B R956 

Meynell, Wilfrid, ed. Modern 

art and artists 759 M57 

Modern school of art 759 M57m 

Ml, Hu Yeno. Way of faith illus- 
trated 266.51 M58 

Michaud, J. F. History of the Cru- 
sades. 3v ^940.4 M58 

Michelet, Jules. Mountain. 551.43 M58 

Michel et, M. J. Woman 396 M58 

Michigan— Pm/>/k* Instruction, Supt. 
of. Annual report. 1884, 86, 89, 

ilo 379.774 M58 

General school laws ,379.774 M58s 

Mickey Finn idylls. Jarrold 817 ,129 

Middleton, Conyers. History of 

Cicero. 3v B C5l)8m 

Middleton, Jeffer.son. Statistics 
of the clay-working industries in 
the U. S 338.2 M58 



Midnight cry. Nelson 232.6 N.'JS 

Miles, E. H. Muscle, brain and 

diet 613.2 M59 

Miles, H. A. Foundation, difficul- 
ties, helps and triumphs of a re- 
ligious life 252 M59 

Miles, N. A. Military Europ3. . .355 M59 

Military Europe. Miles ,355 M59 

Mill, H. R. ed. Intern itional geog- 
raphy by seventy authors. .R910.T M59 

Mill, J. S. Autobiography B M«)45 

Considerations on representative 

government 321 M59 

Dissertations and discussions. 5v.824 M59 
Examination of Sir William Ham- 
ilton's philosophy. 2v 192 M59 

On liberty 323 M59 

Political economy 33() M59 

Positive philosophy of Auguste 

Comte 194 M59y 

Subjection of women 396 M59 

System of logic 161 M59 

Three essays on religion 210 M59 

— Froude, .T. a. rt/id Carlyle, 
Thomas. Scottish university 

addresses .370 M59 

MiLLAis, J. G. Life and letters of 

Sir .John Everett Millais. 2v.750L M6I 
Millard, E. C. and Guinness, L. 
E. South America 266.8 M61 

MlLi^ENiAL iawn. 5v 2S9.3 M«)l 

Miller, C. H. Shadows of Shasta. 

970.1 M»)l 

Ship in the desert 811 Mfil 

Songs of the soul 811 M6lso 

Songs of the sun-lands 811 M6lsii 

Miller, E. P. How to bathe.. 613.41 M6I 
Miller, F. E. Indian club-swing- 
ing 613.71 MOl 

Miller, Hugh. Cruise of the **Bet- 

sey'» .554.1 M61 

Essays 824 .M«l 

First impressions of England.. 914.2 M<>1 

Footprints of the Creator 567 M()l 

Life and letters of Hugh Miller. 

2v BM64«b 

Macaulay on Scotland 824 M6lni 

My schools and schoolmasters. . . B M*^ 

Old red sandstone 551 .M61 

Popular geology 554.1 M6lp 

Testimony of the rocks 560 M^l^ 

Miller, James. Alcohol 178 M6l 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



. 2;)7 



rLLER, Joaquin, pseud. See Mil- 
ler, C. H. 
LLER, Mrs. Harriet (M.) Bird- 
lover in the west 698.2 M61b 

3ird ways 598.2 M61 

n nesting time 598.2 M61i 

LLER, Olive Thorne. *See Miller, 

Mrs. Harriet (M.) 
L.LER, Thomas. History of the 

Anglo-Sa:^ons 942.01 M61 

LLER, WiLHELM^ Jt. author. See 

Bailey, L. H. 
LLS, Abraham. Literature of 
literary men of Great Britain 

and Ireland. 2v 820.9 M59 

LMAN, H. H. History of Chris- 
tianity 270 M63 

listoryof Latin Christianity. 9v.282M63 

t istory of the Jews. 3v 296 M63 

-zjf. author. See Parrar, F. W. 
LNE, Joseph. History of the 

church of Christ. 5v 090 M6.33 

LNE, W. J. Standard arithmetic. 511 M«3 
UNES, R. M. (Lord Hnuyhto^n.) 

Monographs, personal and so- 
cial 920 Ma3 

UTON, John. Complete poetical 
works 821 M64 

*aradise lost 821 M64p 

* rose works. 7v 824 M64 

treasures from his prose writings. 

828 M64 

LWAiN, John and Young. Geo- 
metrical angular stair builder. 694 M64 

^^D and body. Bain 131 B16 

>JD of the Master. Watson .... 242 WXi 
xiFiE, William. Text-book of 

geometrical drawing 744 M(i6 

Hacle in stone. Seiss 913.32 Se4 

Hi AM and other poems. Whittier. 
811 W61m 

HBOR. 2v. Chalmers 824 C35m 

J^isiON Ridge and Lookout Moun- 
tain. Taylor 97.3.7 T21 

(Ssionary annals. 

Campbell. B. M. Madagascar 939 0*5 j 

Parwell, Bi. E. William Carey B 0276 j 

Johnntoa, J. H. Adooiram JuUsod B Jflllj ' 

Laurie. Thomas. Woman and tbe gospel | 

in Persia 206.'>5L:?7 | 

Perkins. H. U. Justin Perkins B P449 

Rhea« Mm. S. J. Henry Marty n B M;Wh ' 

Vermilye, D. B. Alexander DulT B D85t I 

Wilder, M. L. Robert Moffat B M8v»5 ^ 

Worcester, J/>*4.J. H. David Li vine's tone. B L7H(5w , 



Mr. Dooley in peace and war. Dunne. 

..817 D92 

Mr. Dooley in the hearts of his coun- 
trymen. Dunne 817 D92m 

Mr. Dooley 's philosophy. Dunne. .817 D92p 
Mr. Thomas Atkins. Hardy . .354.425 H22 
Mrs. Caudle's curtain lectures. Jer- 

rold 827 J482 

Mistress of the man.se. Holland.811 H71mi 
MiTCHEL, P. A. Life of O. M. 

Mitchel B M682 

MiTOHEL, O. M. Planetary and stel- 
lar worlds 520 M69 

Mitchell, D. G. American lands 

and letters. 2 v 810.9 M69 

Dream life 818 Me)9 

English lands, letters and kings. 

4v 820.9 M69 

My farm of Edgewood 830 M69 

Reveries of a bachelor 818 M09re 

Rural studies 818 M69ru 

Wet days at Edgewood 818 M69w 

— See also fiction and juvenile. 
Mitchell, Edward. Five thousand 

a year «35 M69 

Mitchell, J. W. S. History of Free- 
masonry and Masonic digest. 2v. 
,3«().l M69 

Mitchell, M. S. Manual of elocu- 
tion 808.5 M(>9 

Mitchell, S. A. Modern geography 

of the world 910.7 M09 

System of modern geography. 910. 7 fM($9 

Mitchell, S. W. and Stewart, A. 
H. Contribution to the study of 
the effect of the venom of crotal- 
us upon the blood of man and 
animals 619.97 M09 

Mitpord, M. R. Her life told by 

herself. 2v : B M()83 

— See also fiction. 

MiVART, St. George. Genesis of 

species 575 M69 

Model houses for little money. 

Price 092 P95 

Model lessons for infant school 

teachers, 3v 372 M72 

Modern art and artists. Mevnell, 

^..T59M57 

Modern leaders. Mc( 'arthy 920 M 125 

Modern painters. 5v. Ru skin. .750 R89m 
Modern painters and their paint- 
ings. Tytler irA)]. T99 



AUTHOH AND TITLE LIST. 



.Modern orator. 2v 8i") qM72' 

Modern suhool of art. MeynelL.TW M'>7m 

.Modern tiuveller: Mexico ll~2 M72 

.Modern woman 'Am M72 

MOPKAT, Itcv. J. C. Story of a dedi- 
cated life 2i«,54 M72 

MOHR, Francis and Redwood, 
Theophiia-s. Practical phar- 
macy 615 M72 

Mduere. J. B. P. Plays 842 M73 

Moll, Albert. H.pnotism 134 M73 

MOLTKE, Helmu TH VON. Franco- 

German war of 1870-71 ««.1W MM 

MoMMSK.N, Theodor. History of 

Romf . 4v 937 M73 

find •iiluis. I^-ttei-son tlie war be- i 

twpcn Germany and France. 

im.(l8 M73' 

.MONACHBSi, Mrx. N. oi It. Manual 

for china painters "IW.S M74 

Mo.VdaV chats. Saint-Beuve 844 Sa2 

MONEY-KiNnandutlierp()em!t.Saxe. 

811 SaHni 

Monkhovse, c;osmq. BritiHh con- 

tera|x>rary artisu IML M75 

-MoNNiER, Marc. Wonders of Pom- 
peii l(l.l..n M7r, 

MONOU, Adolphe. Woman 3i« M7"i 

Monroe, B. .Manual of physical 

and viieal trainins MdH.'i .\I7.') . 

Public and jiarlor readin|{H. v. 2. I 

«08.5M7.">pl 

MoNTAur. M. W. Liidg. Letteraand j 

works. 2v 82(1 M7li , 

MONTAWTIE, F. C. Klementsof Knjr- 

ii-h c'lnstilulidnnl history U2 M7rt 

MoNTAiuNE, M. E, DE. Works. 4V.844 M7I> 
.MONTE-syciKLi, U DE S. Spirit or 

laws. 2v Ml),l .M7K 

MONTK/., [^u,A. Lectures 824 M7(i 

Mo>J-].ii)Mi-:HY n. H. Leading (acts 

(if .\iin-vU-iiii history 97:t M7fl 

MoNTtii.MKKY, ,1 K. ^'ruiseof Ad- 

luii-al 1). (J. Farratfut HIO M7it 

M(N)UY. 1), L. An.wloles and illus- 
tcLtiiins reliited by him in his 






4 M77 



2r.2M77 

'"■-"'joy 2.-.2M77K 

VViiy (oCodiind how Hi Hnd it,,..24« M77 
JIooi.Y. W. K. [,ife of Owight f,. 
^^Moixly II MK17m 



MooRE. A. Y. Life of Schuyler 

Coifax B cm'> 

MOOKE, ChaRLE-S. Northwext under 

three flags 1*73.2 M7S 

MooRE, Frank. Civil war in song 

and story H73.78 M7S 

Women of the war !t73.77 M'" 

— eil. Songs and ballade of the 

American revolution 811.08 MT" 

MoORE. J. W. American congress. 

1774-18»5 342.-S M7? 

MooKE. Thomas. LallaRool(h..821 M"**' 
Memoirs, journal and correspond- 
ence BMK^ 

Memoirs of the lite of the Rt. Hon. 
Richard Brindsle.r Sheridan. 

2v Bsr>r,-2i 

Poetical works 821 M "•* 

Moore, W. T. ed. Living pulpit of 

the 1 'hnsTian church 252 M '■'^ 

Moral order of the world in ancient 

and modern thought. Bruce.. ffl*4 13^1 
Mordecai, Alfred. Military com- 
mission to Europe ;tVi f N> **' 

More, Hannah. Strictures on edu- 
cation .t70 >«"' 

Works. 2v 828 >J »*• 

.MORE fables. Ade 817 Ad^" 

Murfill, W. R. Story of Poland. 

(iSYorv of the nationg.] M3 >I '^l 

Story of lluacia. {liU^ry oflhf na- 

tiouH. 947 >''"^- 

MoHFi'i', Campbell and Morfit, 
(LARENCE. Chemical and pbar- 

maceuticul mauipulaiions ■'H2 M'*' 

MORFORD, Henry. Over-sea !tl4 >!■"' 

Short-trip guide to Europe 914 M'''-" 

MoROAN. Sydney, Lady. Autobi- 
ography B M*^" 

Life and times of Salvator Rosa. 

2v 7S0LB'' 

MoROAN, T. J. Studies in peda- 
gogy 371 MS 

MOKICE, F. D. Pindar. {Anc.da**- 

ir».\ 884 PSJ; 

-MORISON, .1. C. Gibbon. [Bug. mtn 

<■( hUt.,->.] BGW 

.MnRi.<ii>S' I, H. Disquisitions and 

notes on the gospels 22K.2.MiQ 

MoRLKv, Henry. Life of Bernard 



I'a 
MoRLEY, John. Oliver Cromwell. 



BP1B3 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Rousspau, 2v R R846 ] 

Voltaire B VB35in 

IValpole B wain 

►m-EY, M, W. Down north and 

up along an. HI M82 

RMOKI8M and the Mormons. Kid- 

<lfr 298K5,1 

KNiNGS in Florence. Ruukin. .704 R8tl 
KPHY. Paul. Morphy's match 

names "W M82 

RRis. ('HARLBS. Man and hisi 

cestor 575 MRS 

RRM, E. E. Age of Anne. .»42.1W9 M83 
RRis. G. S. British thought and 

thinkerti tt20 MJ« 

RRIH. H. W. Soience and the Bl- ' 

ble 213 MM 

RRIS J, M. K. N. pepper and 

oib<^r c until men ts 817 Mftif 

Ciitis, Richard. English gram- 
mar 42ii M83 

HKis, W. t!, Resounres of Alaska. 

»n.9fiM83 

RRis. William. Defence of 

Ouenevere 821 M83 

«rthly paradise. 3v 821 MMe 

life and death of Jason 821 M8.S 1 

BRi.soN, W. D. CVime and its 

causes 3;tlt M&T 

fws under Roman rule. (Ht'irgtif 

the imlbm'.] .' .H.T3 MS.! 

VSR. J. T.j'c. Abraham Lincoln. 

I.'lni«r. KtnlamKn) . . . It J,736m 

teojamin Franklin. (Aniei: utiitat- 

nun.) EFKllmo 

ohn Adamn. [Anter, gUttuttten.) 

BA214 

ohn (JufncyAdanifi. {Amer. nUitrf- 

men.) BA21.T 

.ife and letters of Oliver Wend«ll 

Holmes. 2v BH7r)2m 

'homaH Jefferson, (winter, utiiten- 



...). . 



BJ4n 



RTIMRK. G- W, Pyrotechnist's 

companion (i<i2 M8i 

RTON, F. W. Men in epigram .808.8 M84 
si^HELES, Felix. Frajtmenls of 

an autobiography B M8!)r> j 

iCHELt:^ IunaTZ. Recent music ' 

and musioians 780 .MRo 

iBB, J. F. Alaska tll7.1t8 .M8r) I 



.VIo.SK-s, .John. e<f. Biographical dic- 
tionary and portrait gallery of 
the representative men of the 

U. 3.: Illinois volume »20 f.\IS5 

Illinoi«. 2v »77.3 M85 

.MosHKiM. J. L, F^clesiastical his- 
tory, ancient and modem. 2»..270 MSTi 
Mother Cooee for grown-ups. C'ar- 

ryl 811 C-23r) 

Mothers' magazine. 1833. OKO M85 

Motley J L. History of the united 

Net herlflnds. 4v tt49.2 M85 

John of Barneveld 2v MH.2 MSJj 

Pet-er the Great B P478 

lliseofibe Dutch republic. .1v.ft4i(.2 M&">r 
MuTTOES and oommentarlesof Fried- 
rich Froebel's mother play. Blow 

«m( Eliot 372.2 B62m 

MOULTON, R. O. Pour years of novel 

reading 82.^ M88 

LH^mry sii.dy of the Bible 220 M86 

Shakspere as adramatic artist. 822.33 Dm 
MoiTN-ii-HuiLDEfts. MacLean. .571.111 M23 

MoOND-iifiLDElW. Feel .>7l.M P-H 

MoiTNT Vcmon papers. Everett Ml-'i Ev4 
Mount AiNEEBiNO in the Sierra Ne- ' 

vada. King «17.« K.58 

Mount FORD, William. But ha n- 

aMy 236 .M86 

Mouse trap. Howells 812 H83 

Mozabt,.1.C. W. A. DonGiovanni.782M86 

Le noxze de Figaro 782 M87n 

Letters. 2v 780 M 87 

Mud cabin. Ishara 331.8 l93 

Mueller. F. M. Lectures on the 

science of religi.'n 2iH M88 

()D missions 2li<l M88 

MUIR, H. D. Poems 811 M8» 

.MuiB, -ToHN. Bazaars and fancy 

fairs 7ltl M8it 

MULF\)Rn, Elwha. Nation 320 M81) 

Mri.FORD, Prentice. Your forces 

and bow to use them. (Iv. ( H'hiU 

rr-wa lihrfii-!/.) 131 M81I 

MulkalL. M. <!. Dictionary of 9ta- 

tiHtics IWIO qMSH 

MlTLLANY. P. P. Development of 

old English thought 8(H Mitti 

Mullens, Mm. Life by tbe Ganges. 

2li«.MMill 

.MPLI.ER, (.', O. .\ncient art and ii* 

remsina 7imMiH 



200 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



MCller, F. M. Chips from a Ger- 
man workshop. 4v 834 M91 

Theosophy 212 M91 

MCller, George. Life of trust . . B Md58 

Mulligan, John. Grammatical 
structure of the English lan- 
guage 425 M91 

MULOCK, D. M. See Craik, Mrs. D. 
M. (M.) 

MUNHALL, L. W. Lord's return. .232 M92 

Municipal government in conti- 
nental Europe. Shaw 352.04 Sh2 

Municipal government in Great 

Britain. Shaw 352.042 Sh2 

MUNSELL, O. S. Psychology 150 M92 

Munsey'S magazine. ISdl-date. v.B- 

date 051 M92 

Murray, A. S: Manual of mythol- 
ogy 291 M96 

Murray, Hugh. Encyclopaedia of 

geography. 3v R910.7 M96 

—and others. China. 3v 951 M96 

Murray, John. Hand-book for Bel- 
gium 914.a3 M96 

Hand-book for Switzerland. ..914.94 M96 
Hand-book for travellers on the 

continent 914 M96 

Hand-book of Rome 914.56 M96 

Murray, LiNDLEY. Compendium of 

religious faith and practice. 289. 6 M% 

English grammar 090 M96 

English reader 090 Ume 

Power of religion on the mind. .244 M9(> 
Murray, Nicholas. Happy home. 173 M9« 
Men and things as I saw them in 

Europe 914 M9fi5 

Murray, R W.ed. South Africa. 910. 8 M9« 
Muscle, brain and diet. Miles. .1)13.2 M59 
Mu.scuLUS, Wolfgang. Common- 
places of Christian religion OJK) M97 

Music. 1895-fZa/€. v. l-d<jtt 051 M97 

Music and morals. Haweis 780.1 H31 

Music in America. Hitter 780.97 Ii51 

MU.SIC in England. Hitter. . ..780.JH2 R51 
Music-lesson of Confucius. Leland. 

811 L"i3 

Musical sketches. Vogel 780.4 V8(i 

Musick, J. R Hawaii 919.6 M97 

Muybridge, Eadweard. Descrij)- 

tive zoopraxography 591.4 M98 

My farm of Edge wood. Mitchell .630 M69 
My literary passions. Howells..814 M83m 



MY long life. Clarke BOm 

My musical memories. Hfi,weis. 780.4 H31 

My opinions and Betsy Bobbet's. 

Holley :. . .817 H72m 

My own times. Reynolds 977.3 R33 

My religion. Tolstoi 230 T58 

My schools and school-masters. Mil- 
ler BM648 

My study windows. Lowell 814 L95in 

My summer in a garden. Warner. 817 W24in 

My tour to the north and down east. 

Crockett 917 C87 

My winter garden. Thompson 814 T3T 

Myers, F. W. H. Wordsworth. 

(Eng. men of letters. ^ B W926 

Myers, W. A. Quadrature of the 

circle 513 Mi« 

Mystery of life and its arts. Rus- 

kin 701 R89 

Myths and legends of our new pos- 
sessions. Skinner 398 Sk3 

Myths and legends of our own land. 

2v. Skinner 398.3 Sk3 

Myths and marvels of astronomy. 

Proctor 520 P»4 

Myths and myth-makera. Fiske. .398 FU 

Myths of Greece and Rome. Guer- 

ber 292 0^3 

N 

Nadir, Schah. (Thamas Kouli-kan.) 

Complete history of Thamas 

Kouli-kan. sovereign of Persia. 090 N12 

Nansen, Fridtjop. Farthest north. 

919.8 Nlo 

Naphbgyi,G. Among the Arabs.915.3Nlt) 

Ghardaia 916.6N1(» 

Napheys, G. H. Physical life of 

woman I 618 Nil) 

Napier, W. F. P. History of the 

war in the peninsula 946.06 W 

Napoleon I. Table-talk and opin- 
ions 848 N16 

Nai^leon, Prince. Napoleon et ses 

detracteurs BN216D 

Napoleon and his campaigns B X21(> 

Napoleon and Josephine. Dement.812D39 
Narrative of sufferings of U. S. of- 
ficers and soldiers, while prison- 
ers in the hands of the rebels. 
973.77N16 

Nasby, Petroleum, pseud. See 
Locke, D. H. 



AUTHOK AND TITLK LIST. 2«1 

<ASMYTH. James. Autobiof,^raphy.BN258 Nkavhs. Charles, Lord, (treek 

s Aso.v, Klias. Life and times of antholojry. {Anr. r/r/.'«Wr.'«.)..884.9 N27y 

1 'harles Sumner B S95(> Nei(;hborly poems. Riley 811 R4r)n 

S^ASSAiT. R H. Crowned in piilm- i Nf:lsox. Rer. David. Cause and 

laud B N2«(i cure of intidelitv 211 N.U 

N' ATHAN Hale. Fitch 812 F5.") > Nelson. H. ( '. Sanitary and med- 

Nathan the wise. Lessinj? 8.32 L50 [ ical re]X)rts of the U. S. navy. .(516 NXJ 

Nation, v. l-dnte 051 N 1 Nelson, K. (5. Tuen. slave and em- 

N ATiONAL Academy of Sc:iences. ' press B TUIH 

Investiiration of the scientific 1 Nelson, T. H. Midnitrht cry. ..232.0 N.'U 

and economic relations of the | Nemorama the Nautchnee. Mac- 

sorjrhum sujjar industry H<>4.1 N21 , Minn 2()(>.r>4 M22 

National Civil Service Rep^orm ' Nepos. Cornelius NeiK)s. ed. by 

League. Proceedings :i51.6 N21 Arnold 878 N.W 

National Kducational Associa- < Nevin, W. W. Vi^rnettes of travel. 

TiON. Journal of proceedings ^^•*- N41 

and addre.sses 379.73 N21 : Nevius, H. S. C. Life of .John Liv- 

National epics. liabb 804 Rll ! ingston Nevius B N")2t> 

National platform's of all political • ^'EW dance of death. Boner 821 HVA 

parties. McKee 329 M19 ' NEW England magazine. 189:{-(/f//f . 

National Prlson Association of \ ^ • >^-d(ite 0;')1 N42 

THE U. S. Froi»eeding8 of the N^W Kngland primer 090 N44 

annual congress. 1887-91 IWi N21 \ Nkw Kngland tragedies. r^>ngfel- 

National Temperance Society. ; ^^^^ 1 ^^^ ^"^^'" 

Reix>rt.s. 1807,98 178 N21 j ^^''^^' ^'•^- ^^^''' '' ^ o:,l N42e 

Natural historv and antiquities of ' ^""''^ '''^^' ^,^^^^"^- ; -^^^ ^^« 

Sell>orne. White . , 591 Wr,8 i ^'^^^ evangelism. Druiumond . . . .204 1)84 

Natural historv of Cevlon. Ten- I ^'^^^ ^^^^^^^"^- ^^'^^'^^^'^'^ -^«« F87 

„^nt ' ' 91") 48 T*'") ^^^'^^' humanism. Origgs 170 G87 

N..TURAL history of intellect.'"Km'. " ] ^EW life. Danle. . 851 qn23n 

„ ^_ on L^ •> New life m new lands. Lippincott.917. 8 LOO 

er^on nl4 Km.in ,, ,. ,, . ; 

^•ATl•KAL history of man. Quaire- New MKXico-A/m.^r. /Mpj. U^- 

fa-es de Breau 57.t (fi ••"'"^ «' >r"vern<.r. 18«()-a.. . .978.!. N42 

^.vriKAi. law in the spiritual world. ^'*=^^' P""^''"'" '•^^•''•«' • "^'1 N42p 

Drummond 2ir, D84 '"^"'^^ >*''"'"'* """^""^ *""' "^^'''' '""''"'*• 

Mature. 18«9-80. v. 1-21 rm N2 Tliomas «!! T.Ki 

N..t.:kk addresses and lectures. Em- ^''''' '^'""'^ < y-^TnAi^ Kailkoad < ",). 

erson H14 Kra.Sna ^''"^^^ "'"' P'*"»^"'-«- "" "Ameri- 

^•ATURK in a city yard. Skinner..814 Sk.f ''"'" *?'«"«'«' '■^'l''"'"' " »''-»' >«'-l« 

^ATURE'.s calendar. Ingei-soll . . ..->()- In4 New York Civil Service Reform 

Xati-RE's jfarden. Doublwlay. . ..580 D7.") A.ssikiation. Annual report. 

Naitmann, Kmil. Historv of music. 18i)8.!)!i ;fc->l.() N48 

2 V 780.9 N22 ^K^^' YoRK Puhliv Inafnivtion, Supt. 

Naval history of the civil war. For- ''/• Annual reports 379.447 N48 

^,^1. 973.75 P83 ! ' li^idnmd ( 'aniniisttion^ lUmrd of. 

Nayix>R, E. W. Shakspere and Annual reports. 1889-JM) 385 N48 

music 822.:{3 Fn New York tribune. 1802-08 070 N48 

Neal, Daniel. History of the Puri- Newell. K. F. Life and observa- 

tan.s. 2 V 274.2 N25 tions H N")44 

Neal. John. Autobiography B N341 Newest Kn^Hand. Llovd 993. 1 L77 

Neander, Augustus. Lifeof.Tesus Newman. . I. n. Apologia pro vita 

Christ 2.32.9 N20 sua H N553 



262 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Essay in aid of a grammar of as- 
sent 163 N46 

Historical sketches. 3v 904 N46 

Loss and gain 244 N46 

Newman, S. P. Political economy.330 N46 
Newsholme, Arthur. Elements 

of vital statistics 614.1 N44 

School hygiene 371.7 N47 

Newspaper making. Dana 070 D19 

Newton, Richard. Jewish taber- 
nacles 247 N48 

NiCHOL, John. Byron. (Eng. imn 

of letters,) ..B B996n 

Thomas Carlyle B C286n 

NiCHOLLS, B. E. Help to the read- 
ing of the Bible 220 N52 

Nichols, G. W. Pottery: how It Is 

made 738 N51 

Story of the great march 973.78 N52 

Nichols, J. R. Fireside science. .504 N51 
Nicholson File Co. Treatise on 

files and rasps 672 N52 

Nicholson, Peter. Mechanic's 

companion 690 N52 

NicoL, John. Right road to pho- 
tography 770 N54 

Nicola Y, J. G. Outbreak of the re- 
bellion 973.73 N')! 

—and Hay, John. Abraham Lin- 
coln. lOv B L736n 

NicoLiNi, G. B. History of the Jes- 
uits 271 N'A 

Niebuhr, B. G. Lectures on Roman 

history. 3v 937 Nfi.^ ., 

Nieriker, M. a. Studying art 

abroad 707 N51 

Nights with uncle Kemus. Harris. Northend, Charles. Teacher's 

398.3 H24n assistant .371.3 >oi 

Nile notes of Howadji. Curtis.. 916.2 ('94 j NORTHERN travel. Taylor 914.HT21 

NiLES, J. M. Lifeof Oliver Hazard Northrop, H. P. Jt. aiUhor. Se^ 

Perry B P464 Quesada. 

NiLES* register. 1837-42. v 52-61. .051 N59 NORTHRUP, M. H. JL axUhjor. Set 
Nineteenth century. 1897-(/r<if^^ v. | Cox, W. V. 

A\-dnU' 052 N(»2 Northward over the great ice. 2v. 

Nitze, H. B. C. Mona/ites .338.2 N(i3 I Peary 919.8 P^^l" 

NixoN, M. F. With a pessimist in Northwest coast. Swan 917.97 Swi 

Spain 914.« N«)5 Northwest under three flags. 

No love lost. Howells 81 1 H8.34 i Moore 973.2 M"** 

Noble, Edmund. Russian revolt. m" NiUi Norton, Andrews. Evidences of 
Noble, P. P. Redemption of Africa. the genuinenessof the go.spel. .226y'^ 

-^^^'^^ NHd Statement of reasons for not be- 

Noci'ES ambrosiana*. 5v. Wilson, I lieving the doctrines of the 

.Maginn nml Lockhart 828 W()9 trinitarians. . . 231 N''* 



Noel, Francois. Gradus and par- 
nassum R443 N68 

NOJOQUE. Helper 326H36n 

Noll, Augustus. How to wire 
buildings 537.83 NT2 

Nooks and corners of old New York. 
Hemstreet 917.471 H3" 

Nooks and corners of the New Eng- 
land coast. Drake 917.4 D"8 

NORDAU, Max. Conventional lies 

of our civilization 170 NT5 

Degeneration 801 N'3 

NORDENSKIOLD, A. E. Voyage of 

the Vega 919.8 NT'^ 

NoRDHOFP, Charles. Communistic 

societies of the U. S 3:^5 NTS 

Cotton states in 1875 917.6 N75 

Northern California, Oregon and 

the Sandwich islands 917.9 N7o 

NORMA. Bellini 782 min 

Norm AND, Hugh de. True stories 

from history 944 N71 

Normandy picturesque. Blackburn. 

914.4 B-^ 

Norse- FOLK. Brace 914.8 B72 

North, Christopher, pt^nd. See 

Wilson, John. . 
North American review. 1869-da/e. 

v.l09-date Ool N'> 

North British review. 1868-70. v. 

48-54 aV2 X''^ 

North star and southern cross. 2v. 

s m^''^ 

NoRTHCOTE, James. Life of Titian. 

7;mT.)3 



AUTHOR AND TITI.K LIST. 2tB 

rHDslalioD of the ^roapels with I DocumentHry histor; of tbp state 

notes. 2v 226 N75t | of New York H74.: lOcld 

:ton, C. E. Travelln Italy.. ttU-.l N82 Occult world. Sinnett 212 Si« 

;ton, V. L. and Habberton, OiiEANA. Froude !ll!l.4 F8,f 

.lOHN. Canoeing In Kanuckia.TUT N82 ' ODi>FEi.rx>w'S journal. 187(1. v. 4, 

TOU. J. P. /(. .inthiir. .See Kleph- j 8 .THB.aod] 

ens. Henry. ODD-FELLOW'S offering (or 1851 .3m.3 <W 1 

TON, M. B. la and around Ber- ■ Odoherty puiwrs. 2v Maglnn. .824 M21 

lin 914.3 NS2 1 Ody.SSEY. 2v Homer SKiH^.wp 

TON.S.A, KlementH of natural | OhioStatr MedicalSociety. Re- 
philosophy r>30 NS2 ports «10.6 Oh:l 

•E-BOOK of an English opium j Ohio We,sleyan Univbrsity In- 

eater. DeQuincey 824 I>44noi t'epi.ioi).dedii«tcir.niddressMand 

■ES in England and Italy. Haw- , ^leM^ripdon o( the Charles Elihu 

thorne 1*14 H.31 SliH-um library 022 Oh 3 

■E.«on Engiand. Taine ai4.2 T13 Oklahoma Tekbitory - B^'eiK.'r 

•ESOnJ'aris. Taiue 1)14.43« T1.1 /w. Report ot governor. 18!Kt- 

•T. R. M jMemoir of A. K. Noll.B NSWl ^ .|-«.ll ok4 

'RSE. J. E. ed, American explo- old and new. 1872-"4. v. rvIO. . .(151 OI 1 

rations in the ice zones Blfl.8 Nfi5 ■ q^d Uambridge. Higginson. . . .814 H'>:(o 

•coDd Arrtic enpedition made by old English peasant costumes. 

Ha" H19.8 qNS.'in I schild SHI Sch:l 

TRSE, ROBERT. Plain lectureK , OLD English worthies. Adams. .1120 Ad l.l 

on the Pilgrim's progress 8M N8.T ! old Greek life. Mahaffy fll3..'W M27 

CEs. G. R. New translation of ! old iftnd-marks of Boston. Drake. 

Job, Eci'lesiaBtps.and the Canti- i ttl7.44il D7il 

cles with notes 223 N87 qld masters and their pielures. Tyt- 

(■w translation of Psalms and of i^j. T.IOLT Itto 

^'■"*Prl"' 223.2 N87 | old merchants of New York uity. 

en- translation of the Hebrew | seoville St2(> Sco3 

prophet*. 2v 224 N8i old Mexico and her lost provinces. 

iES, J, H. Anierican socialism.;!*") N87 ' Bishop !in.2 WA 

R.SE and spy in the union army. | oi,d New England traits. Lunt. .1117.4 LH7 

MmondB »7;t.78 M.'. , old Paris, .lackson 914.4.1H .11.1 

E,Bill, fweiirf. See Nye. E. W. I Old red sandstone. Miller .111 MKl 

E,HW. Guest at the Ludlow.817 NiW ' Old regime and the revolution. 

iisiory of England, from the Drn- Tocqueville W4.(BTr.tl 

ids to the reign of Henry VIII. ' old regime in Canada. Park man , lt71 P2;to 

*"■' N!»8e Old Rome and new Italy. Casielar. 

listoryof the U. S 817 N98h !H4.5C27 

OLD Santa Fe trail. Inman !!17.8!i Inll 

-- mLUseoresand newreadings. Uunol- 

O ] ,uan 7W1.4 R87 

m. F. A. Puerto Rluo and its Old Houth leaflets. 4v H73 OI 2 

resourws !tn.2!).")Ob2 (,»LnSi)ainand new Spain. tVld.HI4.«F*'i 

EIRHOLTZER, E. P. Eteferendum ■ OLD time pictures. Taylor 811 T212 

in America 340 Ob2 ' Old Virtrinia and her neighbors. 2v. 

EBON. Weber 782 W.INo Fiske i)7;f.2 F.'f4o 

SERVER. 3v M24(';t)o Old wells dug out. Talmage iJ2TI4 

'allaohan, E. B. I'olonial his- old world in its new Face. 2v Bel- 
lory of the state of New York. lows !I14 B412 

SI74.7 ti)c\ OLDH^T days. Higginson Itl7.4i"i H">3 



204 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Oldroyd, O. H. eil. Lincoln memo- 
rial BL730o! 

Olin. Stephen. Travels in Kgypt, 

Arabia, v. 2 915.B11 Ol 3 

Oliphant, F. H. Production of nat- 

urilgaslQ 1897 338.2 Ol 3 

Oliphant, Laurence. Earl of El- 
gin's misnion to China and Japan. 

915.1013 

Scientific religion 210 Ol 3 

Oliphant, J*M.M.O.{W.) Dante. BDHI2 
Historical aketches of the reign of 

George II 1120 Ol 3 

Jeanne D'Arc B J43 

Makers ot Florence 1120 Ol 3m 

Makerit ot modem Rome 1)45 Ol 3 

Makers ot Venice M5 Ol 3m 

Royal Edinburgh 941013 

— See (dm fiction. 
Olmstead, D. H. Protestant faith .284 Ol '> 
OlUhtead, Hev. J. M. Noah and 

his times 220.0 Ol 5 

Olmsted, Denison Tntroduution 

to astronomy 520 Ol 5 

Olm.stf.d. F L. Journey in the sea- 

bnai-d slave slates 017.5 Ol 5 

.roiimey through Texas «n.B4 Ol 5 

( ILNEY, Kdwaru. Complete school 

nlgebia fil2 Ol « | 

<»MAN, t:. W. C. EuroiH', 47S»-ni8..i>4«.l Oral 
Story of the Byzantine empire. I 

iSfn-ii 1,1 the •KituiHi:) iH8.5 Oml I 

Omar Khayyam. Uuhaiyat. d. by j 

Fitzgerald Sal Om 1 

O'Mbaka. H. K. Napoleon in <'xile. ' 

2v llN21tlo, 

OMOii: advfntures in Ihi- South .seas. 

MelvillB Olli.liNU!) ; 

ON horsebick. Warner 1)17 VV24 

O.v liberty. Mill 323 MM ' 

O.v the boulevards. 2v. .laprold. 014.4 .I4« 

ON the desiTl. Field !H:i.3l F4:. ' 

ON the Indian trail. Young 2titi."H V» 

ONE hundred choice selertinn.s. :tliv. 

«o«.:.<>h2 

One thousand valuable seci-ets oiMl I>n2 

ONE wav round the world. Sweetser. 

!il."i SH-:i 

One year ttbfoa<l. Howard 5114.3 Hs;( 

Ohm E'aul's people. HillegaM. ...!MiW.2 M.V. 
OowiKAPn.N: or, IIoiv the goi^pel 
reached the Nelson river In- 
dians. Young 2iiii.71 ViN 



Open polar seas. Hayes OIO.B EBi 

Open road. Luc&e, eonip 821.08 LW 

opera, Streatlield 782 SlS 

OppENHEiM, NatHaN. C»re of the 

child inhealth 8490f6 

Opportunity Spalding 370.4 Spio 

ObdERICDS Vitat.is. bk'clesiastifiil 
history of England and Nor- 
mandy. 4v 9430rJ 

OREGON' trail. Parkmao 1H7.8P3 

O'Rell,' Max, pseud. See Blouet. 

Origin of species. Darwin 575 DSo 

Orlando Furiosa 5v. Ariosto.OtiO Ar*5 

ORNE, M. It. HiiUowe-en SWOrf 

ORR, itfr«. SUTHERLAND. Hanii-I"")k 

to the works ot Robert Brown- 






-.821 B 



Orton, JaME-S. Comparative lool- 

ogy ,W0()r8 

— erf. Liberal education of women. HTBOr" 

OSBORN. H. S. Palestine Olo.flflOsI 

OssiAN. Poems 821 OsT 

OSSOLI. S. M. (F.) Ountow. Mem- 



2v.. 



BlW 



Woman in the nineteenth century. 

■mo^i 

0.SWALD,F. L. Physical education.eiJO*li 
Othki.IX>, Sec Shakspere. 
*.>TH KR worlds than oui-s. Proctor. .523 PW* 
Otto, ]r J Deteeiionof poisons. .'►W""' 
Our America u artists. Benjamin.7.'illLW 

Our country. Strong BIT 3 St" 

Our country's Hag and the flags of 
foreign countries. Holden . .1I2B.H H^l 

Our English cousins. Davis 014.2 V^ 

Our fight with Tammany. Park- 
hurst .WP- 

OuR hundred days in Europe. Rolmw. 

OHH'J 

Our inheritance in the great pyra- 
mid. Smyth 013.32 Surf 

(H-R Italy. Warner 917.W\va 

Our national war songs 784 0"' 

OUR nation's peril. James ,12" Ji" 

OUK navy in the war with Spoio. 

Mpeai-s »:.1.9SpJ 

OCR 1)1(1 home. Hawthorne 014.2 HJl 

< >['!t place aniang infinities. Proctor. 

520 PMP 

Orit presidents and how we make 

Ihem. McCIure 320 Mil 

<><'R right to HCipiire and hold foreign 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



26.') 



itory. Gardiner 325.73 G16 

? with Spain. White . . . 973.9 W58 

tern archipelago. Field. 97 3. 98 F4o 

d Indians. Dodge 970.1 D66 

m papers. Higginson 613 H53 

ndia. Kipling 915.4 K62 

;ak of the rebellion. Nicolay. 
973.73 N51 

. 18S8-95-c^tYe. v. 13-25-da/e.051Ou8 
K. 1895-(ia/€. v.51-da/€..a510u83 

tfER. Bourget 917.3 B66 

klER. Longfellow 914 L86 

:a. Morford 914 M81 

e range to the Golden Gate. 

►d 917.9 W85 

e teacups. Holmes 817 H73o 

ND to China. Colquhoun.915 C69 

Vietamorphoses 871 Ov4 

. 2 V 8710v4o 

Tius and Cicero. Selec- 

>n8 from classic authors. .878 Ov4g 

Ber. John. Forgiveness of 

234 Ow2 

^ D. Debatable land be- 
in this world and the next. 

133.9 Ow2 

lis on the boundary of an- 

ler world ! . . .133.9 Ow2f 

Robert, and Campbell, 
XANDER. Debate on the e vi- 
es of Christianitv 090 Ow2 



D, A. S. Guide to the study 

secu 595.7 P12 

y 590 P12 

D, S. S. Jt, mUhor. iSee Bry- 
H. B. 

)apers. Grahame 824 G76p 

.. L. and oihern. Kindergar- 

md the school 372 P14 

. E. Natural cure for con- 
ation «1H P14 

'. P. Theory and practice of 

biing 371 P14 

.J. La Plata 918 P14 

. N. Social life in old Vir- 

I before the war 917.55 P14 

tUo fiction and juvenile. 
R. L. Poems of American 

iotism. 1776-1898 811.08 P14 

Thomas. Complete works. 208' Pl(> 



Painter, F. V. N. History oi edu- 
cation 370.9 P16 

Painter's camp. Hamerton 914 H17 

Paley, William. Natural theol- 
ogy. 2v , 210 P17 

Natural theology and Horae Pauli- 

nae 210 P17n 

View of the evidences of Chris- 
tianity • 239 P17 

Palfrey, F. W. Antietam and Fred- 
ericksburg 973.73 P17 

Palfrey, J. G. History of New 

England. 4v 974 P17 

Palgrave, R. F. D. House of Com- 
mons 342,42 P17 

Palgrave, R H. I. ed. Dictionary 

of political economy. 3v 330.3 P17 

Palmer, A. B. Temperance teach- 
ings of science 178 P18 

Palmer, B. M. Life and letters of 

James Henry Thorn well B T515 

Palmer, C. F. Inebriety 613.81 P18. 

Palmetto leaves. Stowe 917.59 St7 

Pamphlets on western scenery .917.88 W 
Panckouck, C. L. F. JL a\Uhor, See 

Arnault. 
Panin, Ivan. Lectures on Russian 

literature 891.7 P19 

Panoplist and missionary maga- 
zine united. 1810. V.3 090 P19 

Pansies. Whitney 811 W61 

Paola and Francesca. Phillips.. 822 P54p 
Papers read at the third congress 

of women 396 C7« 

Paradise lost. Milton 821 M64p 

Parallel Bible R220.5 P21 

Pardoe, Julia. Court and reign of 
Francis I, king of France. 2v. 

944.028 P21 

Louis the fourteenth. 2v . . ..944.033 P21 

Pard:>n, G. F. Tales from the op- 
eras 782 P21 

Parent's magazine. 1840-41. V.1..090P21 

Paris, L. P. A. de (). ramie de. 

Civil war. 4v 973.7 P21 

Paris Universal Kxposition. Of- 
ficial catalogue of the IT. S. ex- 
hibit turn. 44 P21 

Paris salon. 2v 759 P21 

Park. David. Missionary methods 

for missionary committees . . . .266 P21 
}\\RK, RosWKLL. Pantology 112 P21 



266 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Park, Thomas, Jt. author. See Wal- 

pole. 
Parker, E. W. Mineral paints, ba- 

rytes and asbestos in 1894. .338.2 P22m 
Production of abrasive materials 

in 1894 338.2 P22p 

Production of antimony and plat- 
inum in 1894 338.2 P22 

Production of aspbaltum in 1894. 

•. 338.2 22a 

Production of gypsum in 1894, 95, 

98 338.2 P22g 

Production of nickel in 1894. .338.2 P22n 
Production of soapitone and mag- 

nesite in 1894 338.2 P22s 

Production of sulphur and pyrites 

in 1894 338.2 P228U 

Salt in 1893 664.4 P22 

Parker, F. W. How to study geog- 
raphy 910.7 P22 

Notes of talks on teaching 371 P22 

Parker, Joseph. Ecce Deus 232 P22 

Parker, N. H. Iowa as it is in 1857. 

977.7 P22 

Parker, Theodore. Critical and 

miscellaneous writings. 818 P22 

Historic Americans 920 P22 

Lessons from world of matter and 

of man I'd) P22 

Views of religion 204 P22 

Parker, W. H. Recollections of a 

naval officer B P244 

Parkes, Afra. Jt. auflinr. See Web- 
ster, T. 

Parkes, Samuel, ('hemical cate- 
chism (HX) P22 

Parkhurst, Her. C. H. Our fight 

with Tammanv 3()3 P22 

Parkhurst, H. K. Birds' calendar. 

598.2 P22 

Parkman, Francis. ( 'onspiracy of 

Pontiac J)73.2 P23 

Count Frontenac and New France 

under Louis XIV 971 P23 

Discovery of the great west. ..97;j.2 VIM 
Half century of conHict. 2v . .97:5.2 V'SAh 

Jesuits in North America 971 1*2.5 j 

Montcalm and Wolfe. 2v 97:5.2 P2:5in 

Old regime in Canada 971 P2:5() 

Oregon trail Ull.H P2:5 

Pioneers of France in the new 

world 97:5. 1 V'l'A 



Parmelee, M. P. Liife scenes among 

the mountains of Ararat 915.6 P24 

Parnassus. Emerson 811.08 Emip 

Parnell,Thomas. Poetical work8.821 P24 
Parsons, E. C. Life for Africa . . . B G646 
Parsons, Mrs, F. T. (S.) How to 

know the ferns 587.3 P2J 

How to know the wild flowers. ...580 PJ) 
Parsons, Frank. Rational money.332P25 
aiid others. World 'a best books . . 028 Pi5 
Parsons, S. Jr. How to plan home 

grounds 712 P3) 

Parsons, Theophilus Jr. Laws of 

business ...^7 P25 

Life of Theophilus Parsons B P2T1 

Partee, W. B. Science of money . .332P252 
Partington, Mrs. pseud. Set Shil- 

laber, B. P. 
Partingtonian patchwork. Shilla- 

ber 817 Shfip 

Parton, James. Famous Ameri- 
cans of recent times 920 Pi'> 

General Butler in New Orleans. 973. 73 P^ 
Life and times of Benjamin Frank- 
lin B Faiip 

Life of Aaron Burr B B968p 

Life of Andrew Jackson. 3v B Jl2p 

Life of Horace Greeley B 0794? 

People's book of biography 920 Pi'ip 

Smoking and drinking 178 Pi'> 

— ed. Humorous poetry, from Chau- 
cer to Saxe 821.()H Pi'» 

Parton, Mrs. S. P. (W.) (Fanny 

Fern.) Caper-sauce 814 Pi') 

Folly as it flies 814 Pi^^ 

Ginger-snaps 814 PiV 

Partridge, W. O. Art for Amer- 
ica 704Pi'> 

Pascal, Blaise. Provincial letters. 

271 P-^ 

Thoughts, letters and opuscle8..239l'26 
Passages from English note-books. 

2v. Hawthorne 914.2 H31p 

Passing of the empires. Maspero.»3r)qM.^ 

Paston letters 82(1 V^ 

Paix)n, Rn-. James, Story of John 

c;. Paton 269,99 P^ 

Pattison, Mark. Milton B M(562p 

Pa n ON, J. II. Democratic party. 329.3Pi' 

History of the U. S *. . ..973 P2" 

Paul Dreifuss. Allen 914 .W^ 

Pauldixg. J. K. ft. author. Seelrv- 
iuj^, Washington. 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



267 



ivestment. Dickinson . .,330 D56 
MES. Some literary recoi- 
ls BP345 

JO fiction. 

OSEPH. Lectures on the 

e and art of education. . .370 P29 

, A. P. Lectures on Chris- 

octrine 230 P31 

hilosophy 170 P31 

i 252 P31 

K. P. Record of Mr. Al- 

school 371 P31 

inference at The Hague. 

171 H72 

W. C. History of Spain 

ortugal »46P31 

f the faith. Arnold . . ..821 Ar6p 

f thought 242 P31 

rM. J. D. Arctic journal. 919. 8 P31 

. fcl Northward over the 

t ice.'' 2v 919.8 P31n 

VV. Peck's fun 817 P.33 

ORGE. Wyoming 974.83 P33 

T. Grevstone and Por- 
.' 811 P33 

good English?. . . .• 814 P33 

VI. Gazetteer of Illinois. 090 P33 

r. True woman 396 P33 

G. Elements of mechan- 
531 P.33 

?tory course of natural phil- 

►hy 530 P33 

. B. Gist of .lapan 952 P34 

). Cliff dwellers and Pueb- 
571 P34 

>uilders 57L91 P34 

[N, V. Theory and prac- 

linear perspective 742 P38 

ER, Georges. Literary 
nent in France during the 

enth century 840.9 P.36 

George. John Jay. 

. statPimien. ) B J42p 

r, liev. F. N. and Pelou- 
A. A. Select notes on the 

th-school lessons 268 P36 

r, M. A. jt. author. See 
bet, F. N. 

he book. Besant (555 B4(> 

), F. ( '. P r e s e n t - d a y 

m)2P37 

^ILLIAM. No cross, no 

289.6 P37 



Rise and progress of the Quakers. 

289.6 P37r 

Pennell, E. R. Feasts of Autoly- 

cus 641 P38 

Pennsylvania — Auditor yeneraL 

Annual report. 1874 385 P38 

— Public instruction^ Supt, of. Com- 
mon 8cho<»l laws 379.748 P38 1 

— Statiaticsj Bureau of. Annual re- 
port. 1873-78 317.48 P38 

Pennsylvania pilgrims. Whittier. 

811W61p 

People's cyclopedia. 3 v R031 P39 

Pepper, C. M. Tomorrow in Cuba. 

972.91 P39 

Pepper, J. H. CyclopaF?dic science 

simplified 330 P39 

Play-book of metals 669 P39 

Pepys, Samuel. Diary and corre- 
spondence. 4v B P425 

}*EPYS' ghost. Emerson 814 Em32 

Percival, J. M. ed. Oasis 811.08 P41 

Percy, Reuben, and Percy, 

Sholto. Percy anecdotes 828 P41 

Percy, Thomas. Reliques of an- 
cient English poetry. 3 v. .821.08 P41 

Pereira, Jonathan. Food and 

diet 613.2 P41 

Materia medica and therapeutics. 

2 v 615 P41 

Perkins, Eli. p.sewd See Landor, 
M. D. 

Perkins, F. B. Charles Dickens.B D548p 
Best reading. 028 P41 

Perkins, Hev. H. M. Life of Rev. 

Ju.stin Perkins B P449 

Perkins, J. B. Annals of the west.977 P41 
Richelieu. [Heroes of the nations. )B R528p 

Perkins, Maurice. Qualitative 

chemical analysis 544 P41 

Perley's reminiscences. 2v. Poore.973 P79 

Perry, A. L. Political economy.. 330 P43 

Perry, M. ( \ Expedition of an Am- 
erican squadron to the C'hina 
seas and Japan. .3v 915.2 fP42 

Pettigrew, J. B. Animal locomo- 
tion 591.4 P45 

Pfeiffer. Ida. (A) lady's second 

journey around the world 910 P47 

Last travels 910 P47 1 

Ph.«drus, Justin and Nepcxs. Se- 
lection from Latin classic au- 
thors 878 P49 



268 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Phantom flowers 746 P49 

Phelps. Good behavior 395 P51 

Phelps, E. S. See Ward, Mrs. E. 

S. (P.) 
Phelps, S. R. Bible lands. . . .915.69 P51 
Phenix: a collection of old and rare 

fragments 290 P52 

Philadelphia— Cti'Mj Club. Annual 

announcements 367 P53 

Philidor, F. a. D. Analysis of the 

game of chess 794 P53 

Chess analyzed 794 P53c 

Easy introduction to the game of 

chess 794 P53e 

Philipson, David. Jew in English 

fiction 823 P53 

Phillips, Charles. Curran and 

his contemporaries B C976 

Phillips, I. N. conip. Revised ordi- 
nances of the city of Blooming- 
ton 977.315 P54 

Phillips, L. Vance- Book of the 

china painter 738.5 P54 

Phillips, S. Christian home 173 P54 

Phillips, Stephen. Herod 822 P54 

Paola and Francesca 822 P54p 

Poems 821 P54 

Phillips, Wendell. Speeches, 

lectures and letters 815 P54 

Phipps, Joseph. Original and pres- 
ent state of man 233 P55 

True Christian baptism and com- 
munion 265 P55 

Phisterer, Frederick. Statistical 

record 973.73 P55 

Phoenixiana. Derby 817 D44 

Photographic scenery of South 

Africa ' 916 Po6 

Piatt, S. M. Woman's poems 811 P57 

Pickard, J. L. Political parties in 

the U. S 329 P58 

School supervision 371 P58 

Pickard, S. T. ed. Life and letters 

of J. G. Whittier. 2v B W()25 

Pickett, B. Short sketch of Mat- 
thew Thompson Scott B S428 

Picture of St. John. Taylor. . . .811 T21p 

Picture posters. Hiatt 741 H52 

Pictures of travel. Heine 914 H36 

Picturesque America. 2v 917 P58 

Picturesque Holland. Havard . 914.92 H29 

Pierce, G. A. Dickens's diction- 
ary R823P61 



PlERSON, Rev. A. T. Crisis of mis- 
sions 266 P6I 

—Jt. author. See McDowell. 
PiERSON, A. T. C. Traditions of 

Freemasonry 366.1 P6I 

Pierson, H. W. In the brush. . . .3 P624 
Pilate, Pontius. Gesta Pilati. .232.9 P77 
Pilgrims in their three homes. Grif- 

fis 973.2 G«7 

Pinafore. Gilbert 782.6 G3T 

Pinchot, Gipford Primer of for- 
estry 631.9 P65 

PINDAR. Odes, ir. by Turner 884 P65 

Pingrey, D. H. Chattel mortgrages. 

347.3 P65 

Pioneers of evolution from Thales 

to Huxley. Clodd 575 C()2 

Pioneers of France in the new world. 
Parkman ^73.1P23 

Piozzi, H. L. T. Autobiography . . B P663 
Pitman, Benn. Manual of phonog- 
raphy 653Ffi8 

Reporter's companion 653 Pti^r 

Pitman, Mrs. E. R. Life of Eliza- 
beth Pry BFiH6 

Pitman, Mrs. M. J. (D.) European 

breezes 914P68 

PiTTENGER, WILLIAM. Oratory, 

sacred and secular 808.5 P6^ 

Toasts and forms of public ad- 
dresses 804 P68 

Pitts Street chapel lectures 204 P^ 

Plain talks on familiar subjects. 

Holland ,814 HTlp 

Planetary and stellar worlds. 

Mitchel 520 M69 

Plarr, V. G. Men and women of 

the time R920 PiS9 

Plato. Dialogues. 4v 184P69d 

Gorgias 888P69w 

Works. 6v 184 P)9 

Playfair, John. Elements of 
geometry 513 P69 

Playground of Europe. Stephen. 

914.94 St4 

Plea for a simpler life. Keith . .613.2 K25 
Plinus. Historje Mundi Libri, 

XXXVII 090 fP"l 

Plon, Eugene. Life and works of 

Bertol Thorvaldsen 739L T39 

Plunket, W. C. haron. Speeches 

at the bar 825 P"4 



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269 



Plutarch. Lives 920 P74 

Morals. 5v 888 P74 

Selections from his lives, which 

illustrate Shakspere*s plays. 822.33 Cp 

Pocket dictionary of the English 

and German language R433 P75 

POE, E. A. Works. 4v 811 P75 

Poems here at home. Riley 811 R45p 

Poems of American patriotism. 

Paget. 811.08 P14 

Poems of home and travel. Taylor. 

811T21po 

Poems of passion. Wilcox 811 W64p 

Poems of the Orient. Taylor. . .811 T21pr 

Poet at the breakfast table. Holmes. 

817H73p 

Poetry of Tennyson. VanDyke.821T25yv 
Poets of America. Stedman. . . .811.1 St3 
POHLMAN, J. G. Chess rendered fa- 
miliar 794 P75 

Point lace and diamonds. Baker. .811 B17 

Polar world. Hartwig 919.8 H25 

Political science quarterly. 1886- 

date. y.l-date 320.5 P75 

f^OLiTiKOS, pseud. Sovereigns and 

courts of Europe 920 P75 

Pollard, E. A. First year of the 

war 973.7 P76 

Observations in the north: eight 

months in prison 973.77 P76 

Second year of the war 973.7 P76s 

POLLOK, Robert. Course of time . 821 P76 
POMEROY. J. N. Constitutional law 

of the U. S 342 P77 

Pond, G. E. Shenandoah valley .973.73 P77 

Pond, J. B. Eccentricities of genius. 

920 P77 

Ponkapog to Pesth. Aldrich . . . .914 Al 2 
Ponton, Mungo. Earthquakes and 

volcanoes 551.2 P77 

Poole, C. P. Electric wiring. .537.83 P76 
Poole, E. R. Classical collector's 

vade mecum 016.8 P78 

Poole, R. S. and others. Lectures 

on art 704 P78 

Poole, Stanley Lane- Coins and 

medals 737 P78 

Story of the Barbary Corsairs. 

(Story of the ruUions.) 961 P78 

Story of the Moors in Spain. (Story 

of the nations.) 946 P78 

Story of Turkey. (Story of tfie na- 
tions.) 949.6 P78 



Poole, W. F. Alphabetical index 

to subjects treated in the reviews 

to which no indexes have been 

published 090 P78 

and Fletcher, W. I. Index to 

periodical literature R050 qP78 

Poor, H. V. Manual of railroads of 

the U. S. 1890 386 P79 

Poor Richard *s almanack. BYanklin. 

818 F85 

POORE, B. P. Federal and state con- 
stitutions, colonial charters and 
other organic laws of the U. S. 

2v 342.73qP79 

Perley 's reminiscences. 2v 973 P79 

Rise and fall of T^uis Philippe .944.04 P79 
Veto messages of the presidents of 

theU. S 353 P79 

Pope, Alexander. Poetical works. 821 P81 
Pope, F. L. Electric incandescent 

lamp 537.83 P81 

Modern practice of the electric 

telegraph 537.81 P81 

Pope, John. Campaign in Virginia. 

973.73 P81 

Pope, R. T. P. jt. author. See Ma- 
guire. 

Popular science monthly. 1876-da/€. 

V. lO-date .* 505 P81 

Porter, Charlotte and Clarke, 
H. A. Browning study pro- 
grammes 821 B822} p 

Porter, D. D. Naval history of the 

civil war 973.75 P83 

Porter, Horace. Campaigning 

with Grant B G763p 

Porter, J. A. tr. Selections from 

the Kalevala 894 P82 

Porter, J. H. Wild beasts 599 P83 

Porter, J. L. Giant cities of 

Bashan 939.4 P83 

Porter, Noah. American colleges 

and the American public 378 P83 

Books and reading 028 P83 

Human intellect 150 P83 

Portfolio 705 H17 

POTIPHAR papers. Curtis 817 C94 

Potter's wheel. Watson 252 W33p 

POTTERY. Nichols 738 N51 

Poulton, E. B. Colours of animals. 

591.5 P86 

Powell, J. W. Exploration of the 

Colorado river. '. 917.8 fP87 



270 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Study of the Indian language . .497 qP87 
Powell, U P. ecL Historic towns 

of the southern states 917.5 P87 

Powell, W. B. Natural history of 

the human temperaments 137 P87 

Power, J. C. Abraham Lincoln. B L736p 
History of Springfield, Illinois. 977. 32 P87 

Power of silence. Dresser 131 D81p 

Power through repose. Call .. .613.7 C13 
Powers, L. L. Jt, author. See Sil- 

loway. 
Powers, S. D. Ugly girl papers.. 391 P87 
Practical authorship. Reeve. .029.6 R25 

Practical poultry book 636.5 P88 

Praed, W. M. Poems. 2 v 821 P88 

Pre-historic races of the U. S. 

Foster 571 F81 

Preble, G. H. History of the flag 

of the U. S 929.9 P91 

Premature death 613 H34p 

Prendergast, Thomas. Manual 

for learning Spanish 468.2 P91 

Prentiss, S. S. Memoir. 2 v . . . .B P927 
Presbyterian Church — Fftreiifn 
Misinmun, Board of. Annual re- 
ports. 1891-99. V. 54-60. . . .266.06 P92 
Presbyterian reunion. 1837-71. .285 P92 
Presoott. W. H. Biographical and 

critical miscellanies 814 P92 

Conquest of Mexico. 3v 972.02 P92 

Conquest of Peru. 2v 9^5 P92 

Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella. 

3v 946.03 P92 

Reign of Philip II, king of Spain. 

3v iH6.04TO2 

Present-day Kgypt. Penfield. . .962 P37 
Preyer, Wilhelm. Development 

of the intellect I'K) P92m2 

Senses and the will l.'^^) P92ml 

Price,Bonamy. Currency and bank- 
ing :«2P93 

Price, Issachar. School-day 

rhymes 811 P93 

Price, W. U Model houses for little 

money (i92 P93 

Priestley, Joseph. History of the 

corruptions of Christianity 209 P93 

Prima donnas and soubrettes. Strang. 

....792 StSp 

Prime, S. I. Memoirs of the Rev. 

Nicholas Murray B M983 

Thoughts on the death of little 

children 236 Pi 3 



Prime, W. C. Boat life in Egypt 

and Nubia 916.2 P93 

Boat life in the &oly land 915.69 P93 

— ed. Coins, medals and seals. . .737 P93 

Primeval man. Campbell 571 C\h 

Primitive culture. 2v. Tylor. ..290 T97 

Princeton review. 1883-84. v. 59- 
60 051 P«3 

Prior, James. Life of Edmund 

Burke B B959 

Prior, Matthew. Poetical works. 

2v 821 P93 

Prisoners of poverty. Campbell.331.4 C15 

Problem of the unemploved. Hob- 
son * 331H65p 

Problems of the far east. Curzon.950C»4 

Problems of today, Ely ,337.3 El 9 

Probyn, J. W. Italy. 1815-90. .945.08 P94 

Procter, A. A. Poems 821 P»4 

Procter, B. W. Charles Lamb. ..B L218 

Essays and tales in prose. 2v 824 PW 

Marcian Colonna 821 P942m 

Poems. 2v 821 P942 

Procter, George. History of Italy .946 PW 
Proctor, ED. Russian journey.. 914.7 P94 
Proctor, R. A. Easy star lessons . 523 P»* 

Expanse of heaven 523 Pd4e 

Half -hours with the stara 523 qP94h 

Half-hours with the telescope. ...522 W 
Light science for leisure hours. .504 P^ 
Myths and marvels of astronomy. 520 P94 

Orbs around us 520 ?^ 

Other worlds than ours 523 P94o 

Our place among infinities 520 P^P 

Transits of Venus 523 P»4t 

Professor at the breakfast table. 

Holmes 817 H73pr 

Progress and poverty . George . . 330 G2H 
Progress of invention in the nine- 
teenth century. Byrn m^ 

Progress of nations. Seaman. ...304 Se I 

Prophet. Taylor 812T21 

Prophetic voices concerning Amer- 
ica. Sumner 973 Sufi 

Prophets of the nineteenth cen- 
tury. Ward B C286W 

Pros and cons. Craig 328 C'^ 

Proserpina. Ruskin 580 RJ^ 

Protestant faith. Olmstead ... .284015 
Pryde, David. Highways of liter- 
ature 028 P^ 

Psalms and hymns of the Presby- 
terian church 245 P95 



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271 



Ptolemaeus, Claudius. Geo- 

grapbia uniTeraalia 090 fP05 

Public Ubrariee, ISOd-d/ite. v.l-daU. 

020.5 PM 

Public opinion. 18B2-<i«f«. v.ia-dn/e. 

071 PttO 

Public school journal. 1889-tt6. v.U- 

16 -310.5 PtW 

Pullman. G. M. nnd Wickes, P. 

H. StHke at Pullman 331.88 Pfl6 

POLTE. J. H. Hotnixpaihlc domes- 
tic physician 615 P9e 

PuHMiLL, James. Runset leaves. 818 P9e 
PuMPKi.LY, Raphael. Acroes Am- 
erica and Asia 810 PB6 

PUKISHMKKT and refoimation. 

Wine;. .160 W72 

PrppKT-BOOTH. Fuller 812 FB5 

Pdrcell, E. 8. Lire ol Cardinal 

Manning. 2v B M283p 

PURCELL, .f. ii. Jt. anihnr. Sw (.'amp- 
bell. Alexander. 
Puritan in England and New Kog- 

land. Byiogton 274.2 BlW 

Puritan's jjucst. Holland 811 H71p 

Pursuit of che hou.ie-boat. Bangs.xi" B22p 
ITSHINO to ihp front. Marden. .374 M3,3p 
POTNah, G. H. Books and their 
makers during the middle ages. 

2t 655 P«S 

ItJTN-AH's magazine. 1870. v.5-H. .051 I1W 
Pttmah's monthly magazine. 18.^1- 

55. T. 1-5 Oi-)l PHSrn 

I'ittenham.Gboroe. Art of Eng- 
lish poesie 821. 1 PHS 

1'vi:r(>kt, James. Course of English 

reading 028 P!<9 

fVLK, W. L. «L Manual of personal 

hyifiene 613 PHSI 

PVLODET, L. Litterature Franvaixe 

contemporaine 840.8 Ptft) 

New guide to German conve^^4ation. 

438.2 l-SSJ 

Q 

<lUACKENBOS,G.P. Com jKKition anil 

rbeKiric 81)8 y2 

Natural philosophy ri-TO yu22 

School hisU)ry of the U. S ii72 g:! 

QdaCkenHOs, .i. D. HypnotiMm in 

menial jind moral culture l.'(4 y2 

QCARLES, Francis. Enchiridion. 808.>tg2 



Quatrefaoes, de Bbeau, J, L. A. 

DE. Natural history of man 573 Q2 

QcEEN Mary. Tennyson 822 T25q 

Queen-mother and Rosamond. 

Swinburne 822 SwHq 

Queen of the Adriatic. Clement. 

914.53 C5a 

Queen of the air. Runkin 292 RS9 

Queens iifAmericansociel.v Ellet.»20E15 
QrEKB,quaint, quizjiical. Slauffer 8fl8.8St2 

QUE.SAUA, (kJNZALO VE -Ind XoRTH- 

RUP, H. D. War In Cuba..., 973.9 Q3 
Question of the hour. Clark. . .377.1 Cft4 
Quick, R. H. Educational reform- 
ers 370.8Q4 

Quioley, Dorothy. Success is (or 

you 814 Qu4 

QUiLTKR, Harry, erf. Is marriage 



> failui 



•ZQi 



QuiNBY, M. Mysteries of bee-keep- 
ing explained (1.18 Q4 

QciNCY, Edmund. Lite of Joeiah 

Quincy B Q7 

Quint. A. H. Potomac and the 

Rapidan 973.78 Q4 

Quintessence of Ibsenism. Shaw. 



QuiNTiLiAN. Institutes of o 



. .8.19.81 



Rabb, K. M. National epics 804 Rll 

KABEI,AtS. t'RANVOla. Works. 2v. 

1847 Rll 



Racine, Jean. Dramatic works. 

2 V I 842 Rll 

Radclipfe, A. fl. Schools and mas- 
ters of painting 75tt Rll 

Schools and masters of s<'ulpture.7:ti> Rll 

Rae, .John, (.■imteniiwrary social- 
ism :a-> R12 

Rae, W. F. Businessnf travel.. .UIO R12 

RA<iNAR(M'K. Donnelly TwI D71 

Ralph. Julian. Alone in Cbina.sil.'j.l R13 
<'hicagoand the world's fHir..HT7.;(l R13 

.Stmfw. Hction. 
RaMHAUD. ALK-RED. Hislorj of 

Russia. 3v !t47 IU4 

Ramhi.E iiniund the world. Hdhner. 

1110 HKtl 

RAMllLK[t. 3 v.. '*24<:t.">r 



07 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Rambles and studies in Greece. 

Mahaflfey 914.95 M27 

Rambles in Canada. 2 v. Jame- 
son 917.1 J2:i 

Ramesks the Great. Turcot de 

I^noye 9.-^2 T81 

Ramsay. K. B. Reminiscences of 

Scottish life 914.1 R14 

Ramsay, G. M. Cosmology 521 R14 

RA»tfsAY,'W. M. Impressi(ms of 

Turkey 915.fi RI4 

Ramsdell, H. J. Life of J. G. 

Blaine B B fi34r 

Ramsey, M. M. jt. author. See 

Rowan. 
Ranch life and the hunting trail. 

Roosevelt 917.8 R()7 

Rand, E. S. Garden flowers 71fi R15 

Orchids 584.15 R15 

Rand, McNally and Co. Indexed 

atlas of the world. 2v R9I2fR15 

Randall, D. A. Hand-writing of 

(iod in Kgypt 915.fi9 R15 

Randall, H. S. Life of Thomas 

Jefferson. 3v B J45r 

Practical shepherd «:$(>.:{ R15 

Randall, S. S. History of the state 

of New York 974.7 R15 

Random shots. Clark 817 C54 

Random shots. Humphrey 81 1 H88 

Random sketches of European trav- 
el. Kdwards 914 Ed9 

Ranke, Leopold. History of the 

l)opes. :{v 282 Rlfi 

Rankin, Melixda. Twenty years. 

among the Mexicans 2H() 111(5 

Rankin, William. Memorials of 

foreign missionaries B H21 1 

Kansome, Stafford. Jiii)an in 

transition i)52 R 17 

RaphaLL, M. J. I N)st- Biblical his- 
tory of the .lews. 2v 9:U Ills 

Rathhone, a . M. Household of Sir 

Thomas More B MX'M\ 

— See (dso fiction. 

Rationale of mesmerism. Sinnett. V.U SiO 

Ratzel,Friedrich. Historv of man- 
kind. :Jv.... *. 572 iUH 

RAVENSTEIN, K. (i. and HULLEY, 

.lOHN. Hand-book of gynmastics 

and athletics (>i;J.7 R19 

RawLiN.SON, GeoR(JE. Five great 

monarchies, liw SKl'i R19 



Manual of ancient history JKlO K19 

Seventh monarchy: Sassania. 2v. 

935.7 R19 

Sixth monarchy: Qarthia 935.6 RW 

Story of ancient Egypt. {Story of 

the nations.) 932 R19 

Story of Phoenicia. [Story of the 

natimui.) .9.39.441119 

Ray, Joseph. Algebra. 2v 512 R19 

Raymond, G. L. Rhythm and har- 
mony in poetry and music 781 R21 

Raymond, H. J. Life and public 

services of Lincoln. BLTM^n 

Lincoln's administration BLTilHr 

Raymond, R. W. Mineral resources 
of the states and territories. ...622 R21 
Statistics of mines and mining west 

of the Rocky mountains. 187(1- 

75 ; (i221i21ji 

Raynolds, W. F. Exploration of 
the Yellowstone river 917.87 R19 

Read, T. B. Poeticiil works. .3v..81lR22 

Reade, CHARLE.S. Eighth com- 
mandment 828 R22 

— See also fiction. 

Reade, H. L. Story of a heathen 

and his transformation 9ir).2 1^ 

Reagan, H. C. Locomotive mechan- 
ism and engineering ()21.13 \^'- 

Real Chinese question. Holcombe.!*51 HH9 

Real David Harum. Vance B H24<j 

Reber, Franz von. History of an- 
cient art ! 709 K24 

Rebmann and Seiler. Human 
frame and the laws of health. 
( Temple primers.) 612 1^"^ 

Hecamier, Mme. J. F. J. A. (H.) 
Memoirs and corres|)ondence, tr, 
and ed. by Luyster Bl^ 

RhX'LUS, l^.LisiiiE. Africa. 4v. ,Ri)16qli24 

Asia. .3v RiUf) qR^"* 

Kurope RHUqR^* 

North America. .3v R917 qR^"^ 

(Veanica R9l«qK2"^ 

South America. 2v R918 qR24 

Recollections of a missionary in 

the great west. Brady B B^^- 

Recollection.s of a naval officer. 

I'arker B P2^ 

Ke(X>lle('TIONs of a past life. Hol- 
land BH73-> 

liECOLLEcnoN.s of an old musician. 

Rvan 780R9'*> 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



273 



900RD of Mr. Alcott's schooL Pea- 
body 371 P31 

500RDS of a girlhood. Kemble. . .B K31 

300RDS of a quiet life. Hare B H274 

CREATIONS of a country parson. 

Boyd .* 824 B69r 

3CREATIONS of Christopher North. 

Wilson 824 W69 

)CTOR, C. H. Story of Porto Rico. 

917.295 R24 

:ddall, H. F. Fact, fancy and 

fable R803 R24 

DEMPTION of Africa. Noble . . 266.6 N66 
DPORD, A. H. History of the or- 
gfanization of the M. E. church, 

south 287.6 R24 

DWOOD, Theophilus, Jt, author. 
See Mohr. 

2D, Henry. Lectures on the Brit- 
ish poets. 2v 82L1 R25 

2D, Myrtle. Later love-letters 

of a musician 814 R25 1 

ove-letters of a musician 814 R25 

SD, P. F. Voices of the wind. .811 R25 

ED, T. B. Reed's rules 328.1 R25 

ED, W. B. Life and correspond- 
ence of .Joseph Reed. 2v B R324 

e^, Abraham. CyclopaBdia. 41v. 

R032R25 

EVE, Henry. Petrarch B P439r 

EVE, J. K. Practical authorship. 

029.6 R25 

EVES, John. Rothchilds BR846 

iE\'ES, Paul. Student's own 

speaker 808.5 R25 

IPERENDUM in America. Ober- 

holtzer 340 Ob2 

Feneration 801 R26 

aoN of law. Campbell 215 C15 

MNSCH, P. S. World politics. . .325 R27 
iLATiONofliteraturetolife. War- 
ner 814 W24r 

iUGiON of tomorrow. Crane 231 C85 

^Gious denominations in the U. S. 

277.3 R27 

XiGious movements for social bet- 
terment. Strong 261 St8r 

5LIGIOU.S SOCIETY OF FRIENDS. 

Address on behalf of the Indians. 

970.5 R27 

anNOTON, E.' p. jL author. See 
Remington, R. R 



Remington, R R and Remington, 
B. P. Newspaper manual. 1891- 
93 070 R28 

Reminiscences. 2v. McCarthy... B M123 

Reminiscences of Scottish life. 

Ramsay 914.1 R14 

Remsen, Ira. Principles of theoret- 
ical chemistry Ml R28 

Remusat, Mme. C. E. J. Letters. 

1804-13 846 R28 

Remusat, Paul de. Thiers. (Oreat 

French writers.) B T438 

Ren AN, Ernest. Apostles 225.9 R29 

English conferences 274.5 R29 

Life of Jesus 232.9 R29 

Repplier, Agnes. Books and 

men 814 R29 

Essays in idleness 814 R29e 

In %he dozy hours 814 R29i 

Varia 814 R29v 

—Jt, author. See Stephens, H. M. 

Representative men. Emerson. 

920 Em3 

Republican campaign text-book 

for 1880 329.01 R29r 

Republican text-book. 1898. .321.01 R29 
Revere, J. W. Keel and saddle. .910 R32 
Reveries of a bachelor. Mitchell. 

818M69r 

Review of reviews. 1891-date. v. 3- 

date. 051 R32 

Revised testament 225 R32 

Reynolds. J. M. Pensions and pen- 
sion appeals 351.5 R33 

Reynolds, John. My own times. 

977.3 R33 

Rhea, Mrs. S. .1. Life of Henry Mar- 

tyn B M388 

Rhind, W. G. Six days of creation.213 R34 
Rhodes, J. F. History of the U. S. 

from the compromise of 1850. 

4 V 973.6 R34 

Rhymes of childhood. Riley 811 R45r 

Rhythm and harmony in poetry and 

music. Raymond 781 R21 

Ribot, Thomas. Diseases of mem- 
ory 132 R35 

Psychology of the emotions 157 U35 

11ic:e, N. L. jt. (luthftr. Sve Blanch- 

ard, J. 
Hichards, Mrs. ('. H. B. Sprin^js 

of action 170 U.39 



274 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Richards, W. English and Welch 

dictionary 491.66 R39 

Richardson, A. D. Beyond the 

Mississippi 917.3 R39 

Personal history of U. S. Grant.. BG763r 
Secret service 973.78 R39 

Richardson, A. S. Familiar talks 

on English literature 820.9 R39 

Richardson, C. F. American liter- 
ature. 1607-1885 810.9 Ii39 

Richardson, Frederika. Iliad of 

the east 891 R39 

Richardson, J. D. Compilation of 
the messages of the presidents. 
1789-1897. 10 V 327.73 R;^9 

Richardson, James, ed. Wonders 

of the Yellowstone 917.87 R39 

Richardson, John. Life, ministry 



Armazindy 811 R4da 

Child-world 811 R45c 

Green fields and running brooks. 

; 811R4og 

Home-folks 811 R45h 

Love lyrics 811 R4.^1 

Neighborly poems 811 R45n 

Poems here at home 811 R4t5p 

Rhymes of childhood 811 R4or 

— See also fiction and juvenile. 
Riley, James. Loss of the Ameri- 
can brig Commerce 090 Rto 

Ring and the book. 2v. Brown- 
ing 821B822r 

RiNGWALT, R. C. JU autJwr. S(t 
Brooking^. 

Rise and fall of Louis Philippe. 

Poore 944.04 P79 



and travels B R523 Rise and fall of the mustache. Bur- 



RlCHMOND, Rev, Legh. Dairyman's 

daughter 244 R41 

Richmond, M. E. Friendly visiting 



dette 817B8ih- 

RiSTORi, Adelaide. Autobiogra- 
phy BR'>9" 



among the poor mi R41 RiTCH, W. C. New Mexico. . . .917.89 R')l 



Ritter,Carl. Geographical studies. 

;V3l.4R"il 

RiTTER, F. L. History of music .78»).9 R')l 

Music in America 780.97 R^l 

Music in England 780.9*2 R>1 

RiVERO, M. E. atid Tschudi, J. J. 

VON. Peruvian antiquities. 913.8i') R')2 

Rivers of North America. Russell. 

551.48 R91 

Rives, W. C. Life and times of 

James Madison. 3v B M1^2r 



lilCHTER, E. F. Manual of harmony. 

78L3R41 

liiCHTER, J. P. F. Levana 370 R41 

Ricks, George. Natural history 

object lessons 5()4 li42 

Riddle, George, ed. Modern reader 

and speaker 8()8.5 R4a 

Ride through western Asia. Big- 
ham 915 B48 

RiDPATH, J. ( '. History of the U. S. 

to 1889 973qR43 

Life and trial of Guiteau B G9(>8 rob Roy on the Jordan. MacGregor. 

Riedrsel, F. A. Memoirs during 915.(59 MK 

his residence in America. 2v . 973.3 1144 ! roba« :k, C. W. Mysteries of astml- 
RlEDESEL, Mm. F. i \ L. Letters ogy i:i3.5 RVJ 

and journals relating to the Robert, H. M. Rules of order.. 328.1 IV>4 

American revolution 973.3 IU4 1 Robert, J. T. Parliamentary sylla- 

RiGGS, Mrs. K. (D.) W. ami Smith, \ bus 328.1 lV>4.i 

N. A. FWibel's gifts .372.2 U44 Robert the Bruce. Maxwell ... .941 .M4') 

FrObel's occupations .372.2 R44f Roberts, C. (i. D. ( -anadian guide- 
Kindergarten principles and prac- book 917.1 1^^ 

tice .372.2 R44k -Sfe also fiction. 

RiGGS, S. R. Tiih-koo Wah-kan. .2(M> R44 \ Roberts, K. H. Government rev- 

RlGHT living as a tine art. Hillis. .177 H55 eniie XVt K'>4 

Ri(iHT road to photography. Nifol .770 Nr>4 New York. 2v 974.7 IV>* 

RiGOLETiX). Verdi 7H2 X'aSr ' Roberts, K. \V. Gas-engine hand- 

RlIS, J. A. How the other half ' book (J21.4 K''>* 

lives .331. s 1^44 Roberts, Margaret. Women of 

Riley. .1. \V. Afterwhiles ^<ll K4:) the last davs of old France. ..914.4 IV>4 



AUTHOR AND TITLK LIST. 



27;, 



ROBERTSDN, F. W. Lectures and ad- * 
dresses on literary and social 

subjects 824 R54 

Life and letters of F. W. Robert- 
son. 2v :B Rt)4» 

Sermons 252 Rt4 

Robertson, William. Discovery 

and settlement of America 970 R54 

History of Scotland 941 Rri4 

Reign of the emperor Charles V. 
3v 943.03 R54 

Robinson, C. N. British fleet. 354. 427 R56 

Robinson, H. C. Diary. 2v B R661 

Robinson, H. N. Treatise on astron- 
omy 520 R56 

Robinson, R. E. Vermont 974.3 R^ 

—See alao tiction. 

Robinson, S. T. L. Kansas 978.1 RoO 

Robinson, Mth. T. A. L. Language 

and literature of the Slavic na- 
tion 890 R56 

Robinson, William. Hardy flowers. 

716 R')!) 

Wild garden 716 R56w 

RocKHiLL, W. W. Diary of a jour- 
ney through Mongolia and Tibet 

in 1891 and 1892 915.17 R')9 

Rocks and shoals. Hepworth 243 H41 

R(x;kwell, J. E. Short-hand in- 
struction and practice 653 R59 

noB, K, P. Home acre 630 B62 

Success with small fruits ()34 R62 

—See nUni fiction. 

KOE, H R. El Bib 211 R62 

(Jod reigns 252 R62 

—See (tl^t fiction. 
IlOENTGEN rays. Thompson ami 

Anthony 5.37.89 T37 

rUxiER OF Wendover. Flowers of 

history. 2v 942 R63 

liocjERS, Henry. Greyson letters. 826 R726 
l^KSERS, J. E. T. Story of Holland. 

iSityry of the nuilnm, ) 949.2 R63 

ROG ERS, SAMUEL. Ta ble-tal k .... 828 RtKJ 
ROGET, P. M. Thesaurus of English 

words and phrases R424 R63 

Rokeby. Scott 821 Sco8r 

ROLFSEN, NORDHA L, j1. a lUhor. See 

Brdgger. 
ROLLIN, CHARLES. Ancient history 

of the Egyptians. 4v 090 R6;'i 

Ancient history of the Egyptians, 

Carthaginians, etc. 8v 930 R()5 



ROLLIN.S, A. W. Aphorisms for the 

year 808.8 R65 

Unfamiliar quotations 808.8 R65u 

Roman imperialism. Seeley 824 Se3 

Roman life under the C«esars. 

I Thomas 937 T36 

I Romance of the feudal chateaux. 

Champney 940.3 c:35 

! ROMANCTEof the harem. Leonowens. 

915.93 L55r 

I Romance Switzerland. McCrackan. 

914.94 M13r 

liOMANES, Mrs, Ethel (D.) ed. 
Life and letters of (Jeorge John 

Romanes B R758 

Romanes, G. J. Animal intelli- 
gence 591.5 R66 

Darwin and after Darwin 575 R(56 

Mental evolution in animals 591 R66m 

Rook, E. C. aihd Rook, L. J. Drills 

and marches 793 R67 

Rook, L. J.Jt.mahor. See Rook, K. C. 

Room 45. Howells 812 H83r 

RooPHat, T. G. A pperception 152 Ii67 

Roc^se, W. S. Companion and guide 

to Washington and vicinity.917.53R68 
Roosevelt, Theodore. Gouver- 

neur Morris. {Anter, iitatesmen.),B M876 

Oliver Cromwell B C946r 

Ranch life and the hunting trail.9l7.8 R67 

Rough riders 973.9 R67 

Strenuous life MH R67 

Thomas Hart Benton. {Amer. states- 
men.) BB478 

Winning of the West. 4v 977 R67 

Root, L. C. ed. Quinby's new bee- 
keeping 6:^8 R67 

R(X)T, OREN. New treatise on sur- 
veying and navigation 526.9 R67 

Ropes, .I.e. Army under Pope . 973. 73 R68 
RoPP. ( '. Jr. Calculator and account 

book 6;)8 R68 

Commercial calculator 658 R(>8c 

Ror*:r, Mrs. S. T. C^ood cooking. (541 R69 

Philadelphia cook-book 641 R69p 

RoscT)K, H. K. Elementary chem- 
istry 540 R71 

Spectrum analysis 5.*i5 R71 

RO.SCOE, William. Life of I^orenzo 

de Medici B M489 

Ro.st:, J. A. comp. List of state offi- 
cers with appendix. 1899. ..328.773 11 6 



276 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Rose, Joshua. Key to enf^ines and 

. engine-running 621.1 R72 

ROSEBERRY, A.P. Lord. Life of Will- 
iam Pitt. ( Ttcelve Etig. Htatemtieii, ) 

BP688 

Napoleon, the last phase B N216r 

liosENKRANZ, J. K. F. Philosophy 

of education 370.1 R72 

ROSSETTI, C. G. Poems 821 R73 

RosSETTi, D. G. Poetical works. 821 R732 
Rossini, G. A. II barbiere de Si- 

viglia 782 R73 

Rostand, Edmond. Cyrano deBef- 

gerac 842 R73 

L'Aiglon, tr, by Parker 842 R73 1 

Rough riders. Roosevelt 973.9 R67 

Roughing it. Clemens 817 C59r 

liOUND my house. Hamerton. . .914.4 H17 

Round table. Hazlitt 824 H.33 

ROUNDABOUT journey. Warner. .914 W24 
Rousseau, J. J. Confessions, v. .3. 

1790 090 R76 

Emile. (Inter, eAlm\ ser.) 371.4 R76 

ROUTLEDGE, ROBERT. Discoveries 
and inventions of the nineteenth 

century 608 R76 

Rowan, A. S. and Ramsey, M. M. 

Island of Cuba 972.91 R78 

Rowan, T. M. Morceaux choisis 

des auteurs mcxleriies 448.7 R78 

ROWE. S. H. Physical nature of the 

child .372 R79 

Rowley, .John. Art of taxidermv. 

579.4 R79 

Rowntkee, Joseph «ind Sherwell, 



Elements of drawing 740 R89 

Ethics of the dust ;.549 R89 

Fors clavigera. 4 v 304 R89 

Love's meinie 598.2 R89 

Modern painters. 5 v 750 R89in 

Mornings in Florence 704 R89 

Mystery of life and its arts 701 R89 

Political economy of art 704 R89p 

Pre-Raphaelitism 759.9 TO 

Proserpina 580R89 

Queen of the air 292 R89 

St. Mark's rest 704 R89s 

Sesame and lilies 824 R89s 

Seven lamps of architecture 720 R8i> 

Stones of Venice. 3 v 729 R89 

Time and tide 824 R«H 

True and the beautiful in nature. 

art, etc 704 R8in 

'^Untothis last." mm 

Russell, A. P. Library notes. ..814 W 

Russell, Earl. Life and times of 

Charles James Fox. 3 v B F'M 

Russell, I. C. Rivers of North 

America 551.48 m 

Russell, J. E. Recollections and 

suggestions 342.42 Rl»l 

Russell, William. Orthophony. 

8()8.5Ri<l 

Russell, W. C. (The) ship: her 

story H99a^l 

Voyage to the cape 916.8 U^^ 

—See a/jw> Action and juvenile. 

RiTssELL, W. S. Guide to Ply- 
mouth r090 R.^1 

RusSEi^ leaves. Pummill 818 P96 

Russian journey. Proctor 914.7 P94 

Russian rambles. Hapgood . . ..914.7 H21 



Arthitr. Tempei*ance problem 

and social reform 178 R79 r^^^^sian revolt. Noble ^.^ '. '. '. .7947 N<«i 

Royal Edinburgh. Oliphant. . . .941 ( )1 3 | russckIewlsh a^MMlTTEE. Perse- 

ROYCE, Josiah. California 979.4 R81 ..utionof the Jews in Russia.947.08 RJ^ 

RUBAIYAT. Omar Khyyam 891 Oml , Rutherford, Samuel. Letters..204 RJ« 

RULE of marriage. Malcom 173 M29 rattan, IIenry. Ventilation and 



Rulers of the Mediterranean. Davis. 

910 D29 

Rulers of the south. 2v. Crawford. 

945 ('85 

Rules of conduct. Washing! on.. .30S \V27r 

Rules of order. Robert 32H.1 K.')4 

Runciman, ,]. F. Old scores and 

new readings 78().4 I<H7 

Rural hours. Cooper Hi4 C78 

Rural studies. Mitchell 818 M(>t)ru 

Ru.skin, .Tohn. ( 'rown of wild olive. 

824 RHU 



warming of buildings 628.8 }^^ 

Ryan, Thomas. Recollections of 

an old musician 780 R^' 



Sahine, TjORknzo. Duels and duel- 
ling 394 Sal 

I^)yalist8 of the American revolu- 
tion. 2v 920 Sal 

lio|)ort of the principal fisheries of 

the American seas tt.39 Sa 1 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



277 



»ADi, Muslih-Uddin. Gulistan.8»l.r)Sa 1 
•ADLER, M. E. Jt authrtr. See Mack- 

inder. 
•AFFELL, W. T. R Bonaparte-Pat- 
terson marriag^e B N2168 

iAFFORD, W. H. Life of Harman 

Blennerhassett B B647 

>AILIN(J alone around the world. 

Slocura 910 SI 5 

>aint-Amand, Imbert de. Citizen- 
ess Bonaparte. (Famfnuf women of 

the French couii,) B J83s 

Court of Louis XIV B L888 

Court of Louis XV B L889 

Court of empress .losephine B J83s:i 

Happy days of the empress Marie 

I^mise B M33o 

Last years of Loui<i XV B L889 1 

Marie Antoinette and the downfall 

of royalty B M334s 

Marie Antoinette and the end of 

the old regime B M.334sa 

Marie Antoinette at the Tuileries. 

,....BM.^•Msb 

Marie Louise and the decadence of 

the empire B M33r)« 

Marie Louise and the invasion of 

1814 B M3:V)sa 

Marie Louise, Island of Elba and 

the hundred days B M335sb 



Essays in English literature. 1780- 

18«0 820.4 Sa2 

Essays on French novelists 843 Sa2 

History of nineteenth centurv lit- 

erature 820.9 Sa2h 

Matthew Arnold B A757 

Short history of French literature. 

840.9 Sa2 

Salad for the solitary and the so- 
cial. Saunders 828 Sa8 

Salem witchcraft. Upham. 2v . . 133 Uix3 

Salisbury, J. H. Microscopic ex- 
aminations of blood 612. 1 Sa3 

Salkeld, Joseph. Cla.ssical an- 
tiquities 913.38 Sa3 

First book in Spanish 468 Sa3 

SalmauunoI. Irving and Pauld- 
ing 817Ir8s 

Salomons, Sir David. Electric 

light installations, v. 1 537.83 Sa3 

Salvation from sin. Abbott 2.34 Ab2 

Samantua among the colored folks. 

Holley 817 H728 

Samantha at Saratoga. Holley .817 H72sa 

Samantha at the world's fair. Hol- 
ley 817H72sf 

Samson, G. W. Elements of art 

criticism . 707 S:i4 

Samuels, E. A. Ornithology and 

oology of New England 598.2 Sa4 

Sanborn, F.B. Henry D.Thoreau.BT488 



Napoleon III at the height of his ,, „ , .. , . , , 

po^er B N2178 Gangster, M. L. Life on high lev- 

M^ife of the first consul B Ja3w ^^'* 170 St»5 

Women of the Valois court 920 Sal 8 ^^^^^Z Charles. Spartan and 

Theban supremacies 9.J8.0b Sai> 

Santayana, George. Sense of 

beauty 701 Sa5 

Saratoga in 1901. Landon 817 L23 



aint-Germain, ComU de. Practi- 
cal palmistry 133.6 Sa2 

T. John, Samuel. Elements of ge- 
ology 550 Sa2, ^ r., . rT 

T. Mark's rest. Ruskin 704 R8i)s ^^"^.E^^'^' ^pes. Life of Henry 

T. Nicholas. Book of plays and 

operettas 792 Sa2 

T. Paul dispAtch. Souvenir. 917.761 Sa2 

AiNT Paul's magazine. 1872. v. 10- 



Clay BCXJ19S 

Planchette 133 Sa7 

Standard speaker HOH.') Sa7 

Sargent, F. L. Corn plants 633 Sa7 

11 .. . . r. 7.T. "7. '7'. .7. .7 . '. 7.052 Sa2 Sargent, J. F. ed. Reading for the 

»Ainte-Beuve, C. a. English jwr- young 028 Sa7 

traits 920Sa2l Reading for the young, supple- 
Monday chats, tr, by Mathews ... 844 Sa2 ^^^^ ^^^-^ ^*" 

Portraits of celebrated women.. 920 Sa2p I «AROKNT, Ii*r. .TOHN. Memoir of 

>AINTS' everlasting rest. Baxter . 242 KV.i A^^^'- Henry Martyn B M38H8 

»aintsbury,Gborge. DrydenAEnu^ Sargknt. Nathan. Public men 

mm of leltera,) .B D799 and events, v. 2 973.5 Sa7 

Ensavs on Elizabethan literature. Sargent, Winthrop. Life and ca- 

820.9 Sa2 retr of John Andre B A555 



278 AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 

Sarratt, J. H. Gameof chess.... 794 Sa7 Si-^HLEY, W. S. ami SOLEY, .1. R. 

Sartor Resartus. Carlyle 824 Cl»s Rescue of Greeley 919.8 Sch.^ 

Saul. Heavysege 822 H35 ! Schliemann, Henry. Troy and its 



Saunders, Frederick. Silad for 

the solitary and the social 828 Sa8 



remains 9I3..38 SchlV 

Schmidt, Oscar. Doctrine of de- 



Saunterings. Warner 914 W24s i scent and Darwinism 575 Soh^ "> 

I 

Saunterings in bookland. Shay- Smucker, S. M. Civil war in the 

lor, ed 824 Sh2 j ^'- ^^ ^"3-' ^^ ' 

Saurin, Her. .Tames. Sermons. ..AM) Sa8 i School and society. Dewey . . ..370.1 D.»- 

SAUZAY, A. Wondersof glass-mak- School-day rhymes. Price 811 PS^m 

ing in all ages (566 Sa8 Schoolcraft, H. R Expedition 

Savage, M. .1. Christianity the sci- : through the upper Mississippi to 

ence of manhood 239 Sa9 | Itasca lake 917.7 SchK^ 

Iroquois 970.1 qScl 



Life beyond death 218 Sa9 

SAVARIN, ANTHELME BRILLAT. S<'( 



Thirty years with the Indian tribes. 



BrUlat. »70.1qSrh- 

SAXE,.J.«. Leisure-day rhvme8..8nsa»l I '^«00^"^«''=«- 1«^"- v. 3. . . .370.AS< 

Money-king and other poems. . 811 S.i9m Schopenhauer. Arthur. On the 

Poems 811 Si9 fourfold root of the principle of 

Saxon, Isabelle. Five years with- 
in the (Jolden Gate 917.94 Sa9 

Saxton, L. C. Fallof Poland. 2v..94:iSa9 

Say, Leon. Turcot. (Great Fmn-h Schouler, James. History of the 



sufficient reason and on the will 

in nature 193 Sch .^ 

Selected essavs 193 So - 



irnter.H,] B T937 ^'' ^' 1783-1865. 6v 973 S*' ^=- 



ScHREiNER, Olive. South African 

question iM>8.2 S<" 

— iSee dim fiction. 



Say, Thomas. Description of the 

insects of North America. 2v..r)9r).7 Sa9 
Sayce, Hew A. H. Babylonians and 

Assyrians 9.r>.4 Sa9 ' S(^HREVELIUS, CORNELIUS. (Jreek 

Sayings, wise and otherwise. Co/.- , lexicon IU8.3 Se- 
vens 817 C8:{ ! SCHUCKERS, .1. W. Life of Salmon 

SOHAPF. Philip. Rel4gious ency- P.Chase B Ci 

clopadia. 3v K203 Sch 1 St^HUKZ, ( 'arl. Congrress and the 

SCHALK, P:mil. Campaijrns of mvl- spoils system 351.6 Sc_-^1 

63 355 Si!h 1 ' Ijife of Henry Clay. 2v. [Amtv. 

SCHEFER. i^EOPOLD. Life of Albert sUittsmtn.) B C6l ^^ 

Dilrer 75o L 093 Review of the year. 1898. . , ..^■')1.6 S^ ^ ^' 

SCHELE DK VeRE, MAXIMILIAN. SCHUYLER, KUGENR Turkistan. 

Wonders of the deep :M Sch2 -v «1'"»-^ S^-^**' 

SCHEM, A..T. Statistics of the world. ScHWEGLER, ALBERT. History of 

1875 310 Sch2 philosophy in epitome 109 Sc^lj" 

SCHERER, WiLHELM. History of ScHWh^NFURTH, Ceorg. Heart of 

German literature. 2v 8:{().9 Sch2 Africa. 2v 916.7 J>€-h.'' 

S(miLD, Maria. Old Rnjflish i)eas- SrHWiLL, Ferdinand, jt, author. 

ant costumes .391 Scb3 '^'^'^ Thatcher. 

Schiller, Friedkich vox. Poems. Scidmoke, K, K. China, the lon^- 

831 Sch3 lived empire. 915.1 Sci- 

Thirty years' war 94.3.04 S<*h 3 (Juide-luxik to Alaska and the 

Works. 4v 832 Sob3 northwest coast 917.98 S<m- 

SCHINDLER, A. Life of Beethoven.78() m\)s Science and health. Kddy . .615.851 Edi* 
SCHLEGEL, A. W. I^ectures on dra- Scince for all. 5v K503 qSci- 

matic art and literature. 2v . .809 Sch3 Science record for 1873 502 8ci^' 

SCHLWJEL, K. W. F. Lectures (m the Scientific American. 18^59, liUUtte. 

history of literature. 2v 809 Sch.35 v. 1, '1^2'(hitt 6<ViSci2 



AUTHOR AND TITLK LIST. 



j Scientific AmpricuD c.vclapedU of 

receipts, notes and queries 603 Scl2 

■Scientific American supplement. 

18fl5-dii(< 805 Sci2s 

Index KflOS Sci2el 

■sootcb-Irish Society of Amer- 
ica, frooeedin^. 188ft-lXi . .mii Sco3 
*tx>rLAND\s ruined abbej's. Butler. 

TMJ Bfi7 

**<X>TI, Mn. A. M. Daj-dawn in 

.■\frii-« 3B<i Sco8 

**<XjTr, Clement. Drama of yes- 
terday ana today 2v 7B2 Sco8 

■''*<-'orr, P. J Art of beautifyint; sub- 
urban home-g'rounds 712aco8 

^^T)TT, H. L. Infantry tactics. .?v...VMmco3 

*^XjTr. J. M. Litta 780 i-:! 7 

**<-XjTT, Walter. Union of Chris- 
tians 280 Hco8 

'^^JOTT, Sir Walter. Demoaology 

and wiiclicnift 13^ Sco8 

Hiatory of Scotland, iv Ml Sco8 

l«dy of the lake 821 Sco8 1 

Alarmioa 821 Sfo8m 

Poetical workx 821 Sco8 

Kokeby 821 Sco8r 

Tales of a grandfather. 3v 941 ScoBt 

—Her aim Itction and juvenile. 
**OymsH fJaw and their tartans. 

-lohDHtot) mi JOi 

*"*<:x>viLi.E, ,1. A. Old merchantx of 

New Vorkaiy H20.S4!«>3 

^^RAMBLES amoa^r the Al^ 

WhymptT «14.M Wll2s 

■*^'mHNERs xiagaiiine. lS87-rf([/e. 

V l^^^.|t'' 051 SiT.1 

^-KiBNER's monthly. 1870JJ1. v. 1- 

a 051 ScT3m 

iScKi'TTOs P. E. ElectricityiD town 

and country bouses -'>37.8 S^•T^ 

iScTDDER, H. E. Childhood in liter- 
ature and art H14 >Si-u2 

.Mf n and mannerv in America one 

hundi*d jpivrs ago ltl".:i Scu2 

V.iah Webster. (Anifr. men nf kl- 

(ei* ) '. . .B VV:W2 

— iSet obo juvenile. 
i^-UDDER, 8. H. Brief puide to the 
common butterflies of the U. S. 

and Canada rili.'>.7K Si-u4 

Fr«il children of the air . . .r>»5.78 Si^u4r 
Scull, S. A. Greek mythology sys- 
tematized 2ii2 Sfii4 



Progi'tws of natio 
Seaman, H. J. Expert cleaner . 



Secret of si 



Seaman, hK 

304 Sel 

iHOSel 

Search for winter sunbeams. ('ox.!H4 CSS 

Searculiuht letters. Grant 814 tJlii 

yRARi.R. Januahy Memoirs of 

Wil liani Wordsworth B W«2tlH 

SkaJW. K. H. Athanasia 337 Se I 

Keceneratioo 234 Sel 

SEARS, G. W. Woodcraft. 7«6 Sel 

Seawell. M. E. Twelve naval cap- 
tains »20Sel 

—>Sce <ifw> fiction and juvenile. 
Second ihougbiR of an idle fellow. 

Jerome 827 J48s 

Secret of achievement. Marden. 

.1-4M3.3se 

. Dale 170 D15 

Richardson. . .5173.78 tt3» 
Seixiwick, C, M. Letters from 
abroad lo kindred at home. 2 v. 

itl4Se23 

Memoir of .loseph Curtis B*-'""!' 

Seduwick, Ellery Thomas Paine. 

I JSentnn liiogniphia^ ) B P147 

Sekbohm, P'rederic. Ki-a of the 

Protectant revolution M0.7 Se» 

Skeley .1 R. Ecce Homo 232 8e3 

lC)ii>«nsioii of England .325.342 Se3 

lionian inipcrittilMii and other 

essayfi 824 Se3 

Short history of Napoleon B N2Itfae 

Seelye, -f. H. Christian mission6,2tl« Se4 

I SEER. 2v. Hunt 824HB1S 

■ SeileR. it. •iiitluii: .See Rebmann. 
SEI8H. .1. A. Miracle In stone., 9i:(..32 Se4 
Seluy. Paui_ jr. Huthor. See Bate- 
man. N. 

I SELDF,N-. .!0HN. Table-talk 828 Se4 

Sf;LK-HK[.p Smiles 374 Sm4 

SKi.F-MAUK men. Seymour «20 Sell 

SKT.FKiOiK, T. O. ReportKof exploit 
Htionsaml surveys ui ascertain 
the pmcticability of a ship-canal 
hv way of the Isthmus of Darien. 

. ; , 1126.9 fSe4 

HENhX'A. Morals 171 Ser> 

Sknnkk, .1. H. Immignition ques- 



..:)2.'i ! 



SKyuOIA ANItlJENERAI.CKANT NA- 
TIONAI, Harks, Iteixirls of act- 
intr superintendent. lHii;i-!«'..lilT.!M Se*". 

SKIOiKA.VT, Lewis. New (;reece.!i4!l..'.SHi 



280 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Sergyeenko, p. a. How Count L. 

N. Tolstoy lives and works B T654s 

Sermons to young men. Van Dyke. 252 V28 

Sesame and lilies. Ruskin 824 R898 

Seton-Thompson. See Thompson, 

Ernest Seton- 
Seven lamps of architecture. Rus- 
kin 720 R89 

Seven puzzling Bible books. Glad- 
den 221 G45 

Seven seas. Kipling 821 K62s 

Seven Spanish cities. Hale 914.6 H13 

Seventieth birthday of the London 

Athenaeum 052 At4 

S6VIGN6, Mme. Letters 846 Se8 

Sew ALL, J. A. Condensed botany .580 Se8 
Sew ALL, Jonathan. Jt.authnr. See 

Adams, John. 
Sew ALL, M. W. ed. World's con- 
gress of representative women. 396 Se8 

Seward, G. F. (vhinese immigra- 
tion in its social and economical 

aspects 325 Se8 

Seward, W. H. John Quincy Ad- 
ams B A215s 

Travels around the world 910 Se8 

Sewel, William. History of the 

Quakers 289.6 Se8 

Seymour, C. C. B. Self-made men .920 Se9 
Shadows of Shasta. Miller. . , .970.1 M()l 
Shadows of the stage. 2v. Winter.792 W73 
Shairp, J. C. Culture and religion 

in some of their relations 261 Shi 

Life of Robert Burns. {Eny, men 

of letters.) B B967 

Studies in poetry and philosophy. 

821.1 Shi 

Shakspere, E. O. Cholera in Eu- • 

rope and India 614.5 fSh3 

Shakspere, William. Dramatic 

works. 4v 822.33 J 

New variorum edition. 3v 822.33 qJf 

Reprint of his comedies, histories 
and tragedies as put forth in 

1623 822.33 1 

Poems 822. .33 L 

Works 822.,33 Ja 

W( rks, ed. by Knight. 2v 822.3.3 .1 k 

Works, ed. by llolfe. 20 v 822.33 Jr 

W(u-ks, ed. by White. 12v. . . .822.33 Jw 
As you like it. ( Temple editkm.).H2'L:VS ()3t 
Hamlet. ( Temple ediiUm. ) 822.33 S7t 



Julius Caesar. ( Temple edUion. ) . 822.33Tlt 
Macbeth. { Temple edUion. ) . . . 822.33 Tot 
Merchan t of Venice. ( Temple edi- 
tion.) 822.33 P3t 

Othello. ( I^mpU edUioju ) 822.33 T7t 

Shakspere'S England. Winter. 914.2 WT3s 
Shakspere^S heroes on the stage. 

Wingate 822.33 Gw 

Shakspere's heroines on the stage. 
Wingate 822.33 Gwi 

Shaler, N. S. American highways. 

....625.7Shl 

(The) individual 573.1 Shi 

Kentucky 976.9Shl 

Outlines of earth's history 551.4 Shi 

Peat desposits 338.2 Shi 

Sharp, F. C. ^Esthetic element in 

morality 171.8 Sh2 

Sharp eyes. Gibson 814 G35s 

Sharps and flats. 2v. Field 817 F45 

Shaw, Albert. Municipal govern- 
ment in continental Europe. 352.04 Sh2 
Municipal government in Great 

Britain 352.042 Sh2 

Shaw, Edward. Modern architec- 
ture 6«4 qSh2 

Shaw, G. B. Quintessence of Ibsen- 
ism 839.801 Sh2 

Shaw, James. American resources. 

917 Sh2 

Great temperance reforms of the 

nineteenth century 178 Shi 

lioman conflict 282 Sh2 

Shaw, T. B. Outlines of English 

literature 820.9 Sh2 

Shaylor, Joseph, ed. Saunterings 

in bookland 824 Sh2 

Shea, J. A. Adolph and other poems. 

,. .....8llSh3 

Shedd, J. a. Famous sculptors and 

sculpture 730LSh3 

Sheil, R. I^. Sketches of the Irish 

bar. 2v 340.9 Sb4 

Shelby, A. B. Standard whist. . .795 Sh4 
Sheldon, E. A. and Barlow, E. H. 
Teachers' manual of instruction 

in reading 372.5 Sh4 

-JONES, M. E. M. and Krusi, H. 
Manual of elementary instruc- 
tion 372Sh4 

Shelley, P. B. Poetical works. 3v. 821 Sh4 
Shepard, E. M. Martin Van Buren. 

(Amcr. statesmen.) B V221 



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281 



?HEFHEiiD, H. E. History of the 

English lantfuajje 420 Sh4 

JHERiDAN, p. H. Personal raemoir9.BSf>52 

iHERiDAN, R. B. Plays 822 Sh5 

HERMAN, W. T. Memoirs. 2v 3 8553 

Sherman letters B S553t 

HERRI LL, .7. E. Normal question^ 

book 371 Sh5 

^KRWELi., Arthur, Jt. author. See 
Ruwntree. 

lERWOOD, J. D. Comic history of 

the U. S 817 Sh5 

IKRWOOD, MrH, John. Manners 

and social usages 390 Sh5 

iER WOOD, Margaret. Experiment 

in altruism 171.8 Sh5 

— See ubvf fiction. 

iEW, Joel. Hand-book of hydrop- 
athy ' «15 Sh5 

■iiLLABER, B. p. Life and sayings 

of Mi-s. Partington 817 Sh« 

l^artingtonian patchwork 817 Sh6p 

^INN, M. W. Biography ofa baby. 150 Sh() 

^iP: her story. Russell «99 R91 

f^iP in the desert. Miller 811 M61 

HOEMAKER, C. C. Holiday enter- 
tainments 793 Sh7h 

^'oung folks' dialogues 793 Sh7y 

HOEMAKER, J. W. andotliers. Best 

selections. 24v 808.5 ShT 

HOEMAKER, Mi'H. J. W. Choice 

dialogues 793 Sh7 1 

HORT, J. T. North Americans of 

antiquity 913.7 Sh8 

HUKELDT, R. W. Reports or ex- 
plorations and surveys to ascer- 
tain the practicability of a ship- 
canal by way of the Isthmus of 
Tehauntepec H2H.9 fSh9 

Xam and Laos 915.J)4 Sil 

iBtJE of Boston. Frothingham . .973.3 F93 
ICJOURNEY, Mrs, L. H. Letters to 

mothers 173 Si2 

Past meridian 814 Si2 

Po(*ahontas and other jKiems 811 Si2p 

Select poems 811 Si2 

loSBEE, C. D. (The) "Maine. ''..973.9 Si2 

ILENT south. Cable 320 CI Is 

ILL, E. R. Prose of Edward Row- 
land Sill 814 Si3 

ILLIMAN, Benjamin, ir. Princi- 
ples of physics 530 Si.'J 



SlLLOWAY, T. W. atnl POWERS, L. 

L. Cathedral towns of England, 

Ireland and Scotland 914.2 Si3 

Silverado squatters. Stevenson. 

917.94 St4 

SiMCOX, G. A. History of Latin lit- 
erature. 2 V 870.9 Si4 

SiME, James. History of Germany.943 Si4 

SIMMS, Joseph. Physiognomy illus- 
trated 138 Si4 

SIMMS, W. G. Huguenots in Flor- 
ida 975.9 Si4 

Life of Captain John Smith B S«51 

Life of Nathaniel Greene B G811s 

— See (dm fiction. 

Simon, Jules. Victor Cousin. 

[Ureot French writers.) B C8«7 

SIMS, Richard. Hand-book to the 

library of the British museum.. 027 Si5 

Sinclair, Angus. Locomotive en- 
gine «2L13SiC) 

Sinking of the **Merriraac.'' Hob- 
son 973.9 H«5 

SINNETT, A. P. Occult world 212 SiO 

Rationale of mesmerism 134 Si(> 

Sir Roger de Coverly papers from 

the Spectator. Addison 824 Ad2si 

SiSMONDi, J. C. L. S. DE. Histori- 
cal view of the literature of the 

south of Europe. 2 v 809 Si8 

Italian republic* 945 Si8 

Six hundred dollars a year fi40 Si 9 

Six months at the white house with 

Lincoln. Carpenter B L73Hc 

Six months in Italy. Hillard. . .914.5 H55 

SIX old English chronicles i42.01 Si9 

Skeat, W. W. ^Etymological dic- 
tionary of the English language. 
R423Sk2 

Sk ELTON, John. Poetical works. 

:Jv.... 821 Sk2 

Sketch-B(X)K. Irving 817 Ir8sk 

Sketch-B(k:)K. May 741 M45 

Sketches abroad with pen and pen- 
cil. Darley 914 1)24 

SKPrrcHES in lavender, blue and 

green. Jerome 827 J48sk 

SKETCHES in Madeira. March . 914. (59 M'Xi 
Sketches of Persia. Malcolm. .915.5 M29 
SKINNER, C. M. Myths and legends 

of our new possessions 398 Sk3 

Mvthsand legends of our own land. 

2v 398.3 Sk3 



282 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Nature in a city yard 814 Sk3 

Sladen, Douglas. Who*s who.R920 SI 1 

SLAVE songs of the U. S 784.7 SI 1 

Sloan, Samuel. American houses. 

728 SI 5 

Sloane, T. O. Electric toy making 

for amateurs 5.37 SI 5 

How to become a successful elec- 
trician 537S15h 

Liquid air 536.42 SI 5 

Sloane, W. M. French war and the 

revolution 973.2 SI 5 

Slocum, Joshua. Sailing alone 

around the world 910 SI 5 

Small, Herbert. Hand-book of the 

new library of congress 027 Sm 1 

Sm alley, G. W. Studies of men. 920 Sm 1 
Smarius, Rev. C. F. Points of con- 
troversy .2.30 Sm 1 

Smee, Alfred. Electro-metallurgy. 

537.85 Sm3 

Smiles, Samuel. Brief biographies. 

920 Sm4 

Duty 170 Sm4d 

Huguenots in France .284.5 Sm4 

Huguenots: their settlements in 

England and Ireland 284.5 Sm4h 

Industrial biography 920 Sra4i 

Life of George Stephenson. ., . , ..B S836 

Robert Dick. .'. . ..B D547 

Self-help 374 Sm4 

Thrift 331.8Sm4 

Smiley, Mrs. A. K. Fifty social 

evenings 793 Sm4 

Smith, a. H. Chinese characteris- 
tics i)51 Sm5 

Village life in China 915.1 Sm5 

Smith, a. L. How to be rich 174 Sm5 

Smith, Adam. Wealth of nations..330 Sm5 

Smith. Alexander. Poems 821 Sm5 

Summer in Skye 914.1 Sm5 

Smith, Asa. Astronomy 520 qSm5 

Smith, Her. Daniel. Ladies' book 

of anecdotes 173 Sm5 

Smith, Edward. Foods t)13.2 Sni5 

Health ()13 Sm.") 

Smith, F. H. (iondola day>, 914.53 Sm5 

Well-worn roads in Spain, Holland 

and Italy 914.0 Sm5 

While umbrella in Mexico 917.2 Sni5 

—See (dun fiction. 

Smith, G. A. Compendium and con- 
cordance of Shakspere S22.33 (Js 



Historical geography of the holy 

land 915.69 Sm5 

Life of Henry Drummond B DTftS 

Smith, G. B. Life of Gladstone . . B G543s 

Smith, Goldwin. Guesses at the 

riddle of existence 204 Smo 

Irish history and Irish character. 

941.5 Smo 

JobnPym B P99t) 

Study of history 904 Sm') 

United States 342.73 Sm5 

Smith, H. E. Colonial days and 

ways 917.32 Sm5 

Smith, H. W. Christian's secret of 

a happy life 243 Sra') 

Smith, Horatio. Festivals, games 

and amusements 790 Sra5 

Smith, J. A. Multiple money stand- 
ard 332.42 Sm") 

Smith, J. H. Troubadours at home. 

2v 849.1 Smo 

Smith, James, ed. Dictionary of 
arts, sciences and manufactures. 

2v Rfi()3 Smo 

Smith, Joseph, Jr. tr. Book of Mor- 
mon 298 Smo 

tnul otJier.^. Ekwtrine of the flatter 

Day Saints (HK) Smo 

Smith, L. P. Classification of books. 

025.4 Smo 

Smith, M. H. Sunshine and shadow 

in New York 917.471 Smii 

Smith, N. A.Jt. auth/tr. See Riggs. 

Smith, Philip. Ancient history of 

the east 9:i0 Smfi 

Smith, R. H. Exposition of the car- 
toons of Raphael 741 SmH 

Smith, Richmond Mayo- Emigra- 
tion and immigration 32o SmH 

Smith, S. A. Christian lessons and 

a Christian life 252 Sm<> 

Smith, Sydney. Works 824 Sm« 

smith, Uriah. State of the dead 

and destiny of the wicked 23fi SmO 

Thoughts on the l)Ook of Daniel. 

.; 224.0 Sm<i 

Thoughts on the book of Revela- 
tion 228 SmO 

smith, \V. H. Evolution of Dodd.371 SmH 
smith, W. p. H. Climbing in the 

British isles: p:ngland 914.2 SmH 

Climbing in the British isles: 

Wales and Ireland 914.29 Sni^^ 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



283 



8MITH, W. T. Human body and its 

health 612 Sm6 

Smith, Walter. Art education. 707 Sm6 

Sboth, William. Memoir of Jo- 

hann Gottlieb Fichte B F445 

Smaller history of Rome 937 Sm5s 

-~€cL Dictionary of Greek and Ro- 
man biography and mythol- 
ogy. 3v R920Sm6 

Dictionary of the Bible. 3 v. 

R 220.3 Sm6 

—and Cheetham, Samuel. Dic- 
tionary of Christian antiq- 
uities. 2 V R 229.3 qSmOl 

SBiiTHSONiAN INSTITUTION. An- 
nual report of regents 506 Sm6 

Contributions to knowledge 506 Sm6c 

Miscellaneous collections 506 Sm6m 

Report of the U. S. National mu- 
seum 506Sm6n 

Smucker, S. M. Court and reign of 

Catherine II 947.06 Sm8 

History of the four Georges 920 Sm8 

—ed. History of all religions 270 Sm8 

Smyth, A. H. American literature. 

810.9 Sm9 

Bayard Taylor. (Anier. men of let- 
ters.) B T238 

Smyth, Piazzi. Our inheritance in 

the great pyramid 913.32 Sm6 

SMYTHE, W. E. Ck>nquest of arid 

America 631 Sm9 

Snider, D. J. Shaksperian drama: 

comedies 822.33 Ds 

Shaksperian drama: histories. 822. 33 Dsh 
Shaksperian drama: tragedies. 

822.33 DHt 

Social amusements 793 Sol 

Social destiny of man. Brisbane . 335.3 B77 
Social life in Greece. MahaflPy . 913.38 M27s 
Social life in old Virginia before 

the war. Page 917.55 P14 

Social pressure. Helps 824 H368 

SOCIAL settlements. Henderson . 3.35.9 H.38 

Social statics. Spencer 301 Sp3s 

SOCIETY and solitude. Kmerson..814 Em.Ss 
Society as I have found it. McAl- 
lister 395 Mil 

S(KJIETY in America. 2v. Martineau. 

917.3 M36 

SoLEY, J. R Blockade and the 

cruisers 973.75 So4 



jt. autfufr. See Schley, W. S. 

Solitary summer 824 El 42s 

Somerset, Duchess of, and others. 

Select letters, v. 1 090 So5 

Somerville, Martha. Personal 

recollections of MarvSomerville.BS696 
Somerville, Mary. Connection of 

the physical sciences 501 So5 

Somerville, Maxwell. Siam.915.93So5 
Songs and ballads of the American 

revolution. Moore 811.08 M78 

Songs and song writers. Finck . . 780 F49s 

Songs and sonnets. Egan 811 Egl 

Songs from Vagabondia. Carman 

and Hovey 811 C21s 

Songs of many seasons. Holmes . . 811 H73s 

Songs of the sanctuary 245 So5 

Songs of the Sierras. Miller 811 M61s 

Songs of the soul. Miller 811 M61so 

Songs of the sun-lands. Miller.. 811 M61su 
SoNNTAG, August. Grinnell expe- 
dition to the Arctic ocean 919.8 So5 

Sonrel, L. Bottom of the sea. .551.46 So5 

Sons of the sires 329.5 So5 

Sope:r, H. M. Elocutionary read- 
ings 808.5 So6 

Sophocles. Tragaediae 882 So6 

Sorel, Albert. Madame de Stael. 

{Gi'eat French writers.) B S778 

Montesquieu. {Great French writ- 
ers.) BM779 

SouLE, Richard and Campbell, L. 

J. Pronouncing hand-book 421 So8 

Sound currency. 1895 332.42 So8 

Soundings from the Atlantic. 

Holmes 817 H73s 

SOUTH and north. Abbott 917.3 Ab2 

South-sea bubbles. Herbert . .919.6 H41 
South side view of slavery. Adams. 

326 Ad 1 

Southern statesmen of the old re- 
gime. Trent 920 T72 

SouTHEY, Robert. Chronicle of the 

Cid : 946 So8 

Common-place book. 2v 828 So8 

Doctor 828 So8d 

.loan of Arc 821 So8 

Life of Horatio Nelson B N426s 

Spahr, C. B. America's working 

people 331.8 Spl 

Spalding, .T. L. Education and the 

higher life 370 Spl 



284 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Means and ends of education. 370.4 Splm 

Opportunity, and other essay s. 370. 4 Splo 

Songs chiefly from the German. 

811.08 Spi 

Things of the mind 370.4 Spit 

Thoughts and theories of life and 

education 370.4 Splth 

Spalding, M. J. History of the 

Protestant reformation 270.6 Sp2 

Spanish gips/. Eliot 821 El 4s 

Spanish highways and byways. 

Bates 914.6 B31 

Spanish pioneers. Lummis 973.1 L97 

Spare hours. 3v. Brown 824 B81 

Sparks, Jared, ed. American bi- 
ography. 25v 920 Sp2 

Correspondence of the American 

revolution. 4v 816 qSp2 

Sp arro WQ R ASS papers. Cozzens . 817 C83s 
Spears, J. R. American slave- 
trade 326.1 Sp3 

History of our navy, 1775-1897. 4v. 

353.73 Sp3 

Our navy in the war with Spain. 973. 9 Sp3 

Spectator. 6v. Addison and Steele. 

824qAd2sp 

Speer, R. E. Missions and politics 

in Asia 266.5 Sp3 

Speke, J. H. Discovery of the 

source of the Nile 916.2 Sp3 

Spencer, Herbert. Education. .370 Sp3 
Essays; moral, political and aes- 
thetic 192 Sp3 

Factors of organic evolution 575 Sp3 

First principles 113 Sp3 

Philosophy of style 808 Sp3 

Principles of biology. 2v 570 Sp3 

Principles of ethics. 2v 171 Sp3 

Principles of psychology. 2v 150 Sp3 

Principles of sociology. 3v 301 Sp3 

Recent discussions in science, phi- 
losophy and morals 504 Sp3 

Social statics 301 Sp3s 

Study of sociology 307 Sp3 

Spencer, I. S. Pastor's sketches. 250 Sp3 
Spencer and Spencerism. Macpher- 

son 575 M24 

Spenser, Edmund. Poetical works. 

5v 821 Sp3 

Spiers, Alexander and Surenne, 
Gabriel. French and English 
and English and French diction- 
ary R443.2 Sp4 



Spofford, a. R. and Gibbon. 
Charles. Library of choice 
literature. 8v 808.8 Sp6 

Spofford, Jerebuah. Gazetteer 

of Massachusetts. 1827 090 Sp6 

Spooner, Shearjashub. Biogra- 
phical history of the fine arts. 
2v R709Sp6 

Sportsman's vade mecum. Dinks, 

pseud 636.7 D61 

Sprague, W. B. Annals of the 

American pulpit. 9v 920 SpT 

Visits to European celebrities. .920 Sp7v 

Spring, Gardiner. Bible not of 

man 220.1 Sp8 

Spring, L. W. Kansas 978. 1 Sp8 

Spurgeon. C. H. Gems 252 Sp9 

Morning by morning 249 Sp9 

My sermon notes 252 Sp9m 

Saint and his Savior 252 Sp9s 

Sermons 252 Sp9sr 

Sermons. 7v 252 Sp93e 

Squier, E. G. Nicaragua 917.2a5 Sq4 

States of Central America 917.28 Sq4 

Stael-Holstein, a. L. G. (N.) 

Germany. 2v ..914.3 Stl 

Stahr, Adolf. Life and works of 

Lessing. 2v B L639 

Stainer, John. Music of the Bible. 

780.9 St I 

Stalker, Bev. James. Life of St. 

Paul BP33:^ 

Standard cantatas. Upton 782.8 Up8 

Standard of life. Bosanquet. ..331.8 865 
Standard operaglass. Annesley . 782 An" 

Standard operas. Upton 782Up8 

Standard oratorios. Upton 783.3 Up8 

Standard symphonies. Upton. . 785. 1 l'p8 
Stanhope, P. H. History of Eng- 
land. 1713-1783. 7v 942.07 St2 

Life of Louis, prince of Cond6 B CT4o 

Stanley, A. P. History of the 

church of Scotland 274.1 St2 

History of the Eastern church. . .281 St2 
History of the Jewish church. 3v.296St2 

Sinai and Palestine 915.69St2 

—jt. author. See Farrar, F. W. 
—Jt. authftr. See Jowett, Benjamin. 
Stanley, H. M. Congo. 2v . . . .916.7 St2 
In darkest Africa. 2v 916.7 St2i 

Through the dark continent. 2v. 

916.7 St2i 

Through South Africa 916.8 St2 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



285 



Stansbury, Howard. Exploration 
of the valley of Great Salt Lake. 

917.92 St2 

Stanton, Mrs. Elizabeth (C.) 

Eighty years and more B S792 

—Anthony, S. B. and Gage, M. 
T. History of woman suffrage. 

3v 324.3 St2 

Star in the west. Swift 973 Sw5 

Stars and telescopes. Todd 520 T56 

Stars of the opera. Wagnalls . . 782 W12s 

Statesman's manual. Addresses 

and messages of the presidents 

of the U.S. 1789-1846. 2v. .328.738 St2 

Addresses and messages of the 

presidents of the U. S. 1789- 

1854. 4v .328.738St2a 

STATESMAN'S year-book. 1900. . .R310 St2 
Staupfer, F. H. Queer, the quaint, 

the quizzical 808.8 St2 

Staunton, Howard. Chess-play- 
er's companion 794 St2 

Chess tournament 794 St2c 

Stead, Richard. jU axUhor. See 
Hug. 

Stearns, H. P. Insanitv 132 St3 

Stebbins, C. L. comp. Harvard 

lyrics 811.08 St3 

Stebbins, Genevieve. Dynamic 
breathing and harmonic gym- 
nastics 808.5 St3d 

Stedman, E. C. Blameless prince 

and other poems 811 St3 

Poets of America 811.1 St3 

Victorian poets 821.1 St3 

— ed, American anthology . . .811.08 St3 
Victorian anthology. . . .821.08 St3 
—and Hutchinson, E. M. Li- 
brary of American literature. 

11 V R810qSt3 

Steele, E. B. jt. author. See 

Steele, J. D. 
Steele, G. M. Outline study of po- 
litical economy 330 St3 

Steele, J. D. Fourteen weeks in 

chemistry 540 St3 

Fourteen weeks in descriptive as- 
tronomy. 523 St3 

Fourteen weeks in human physiol- 
ogy 612 St3 

Fourteen weeks in natural philo- 
sophy 530 St3 



Fourteen weeks in popular geol- 
ogy 550 St3 

—and Steele, E. B. Brief history 

of the U. S 973 St3 

Steele, Richard. jL author. See 
Addison. 

Steevens, G. W. In India 915.4 St3 

Land of the dollar 917.3 St3 

With Kitchener to Khartum 962 St3 

Stepfens, Heinrich. Story of my 

career B S817 

Stephen, Leslie. Alexander Pope. 

(En<f. men of letters,) B P825 

Hours in a library 820.4 St4 

Playground of Europe 914.94 St4 

Samuel Johnson. {Eng. men of let- 
ters,) B J698 

Stephens, A. H. Constitutional 
view of the late war between the 

states. 2 V 973.7 St4 

Stephens, H. M. Revolutionary 

Europe. 1789-1815 940.8 St4 

Story of Portugal. (Story of tM na- 
tions,) 946.9St4 

— Repplier, Agnes., Hadley,A. 
T. and others. Counsel upon 
the reading of books 028 St4 

Stephens, Henry. Book of the 

farm 630 St4 

—and Norton, J. P. Farmers' 
guide to scientific and practi- 
cal agriculture. 2 v 630 St4f 

Stephens, J. L. Travel in Central 

America. 2v 917.28 St4 

Travel in Egypt and the holy land. 

2v 915.69 St4 

Travel in Russia, Turkey and Po- 
land. 2v 914.95 St4 

Travel in Yucatan. 2v 917.26 St4 

Stephens, W. W. Higher life for 

working people . .331.8 St3 

Stepniak, pseud. King Stork and 

king Log. 2v 947.08 St4 

Russia under the tsars 947 St4 

Underground Russia 914.7 St4 

Stern, S. M. Studien und plauder- 

eien 438.6 St4 

Sterne, Laurence. Sentimental 
journey through France and 

Italy 090 St45 

Sterne, Simon. Constitutional his- 
tory and political development. 
342.73St4 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Stetson, J/r*. C. P. See Gilman, 

Jtfra. C. P. (S.) 
Stetson, F. L. and otherg. Complete 
story of the great Niagara power 

enterprise 917.47(19 St4 

Stevens, Abel. History of Mcthod- 

ism. 3v 287S14 

Madame de Stael. 2v a S77fts 

Stevens, J. A. Albert Gallatin. 

[Amer. Htatemien.) B GI64 

STEVENS, J, R. Yestepdays in the 

Ptiilippioes 919.14 St4 

Stevenson.B L. AcrosEtheplains. 

824 St48 

Familiar studiex of men and books. 

824St48f 

la the south seas Bllt.O St4.T 

Inland voyage 914.4 St4 

Letters, -'v BS848 

PoemHand ballads 821 St4 

Silverado squatters fin.«4 St4 

Travels with a donkey 914.41 St4 

Vailiraa letters, iv B S848v 

Virginibus Pueresque 824 St48v 

—.Sec iiUn Action and juvenile. 
STEWART, A. H. Jl. iiHfAi,,: Sre 

Mhi'liHll, S, W. 
Stewakt, Balfouk. lessons in 

elementary phywies 5;tn St4 

Stewart. C S. Visit to the simth 

seas. 2v Iil9.fi St4 

Stewart,. I AMES. Practicatt realise 

on thediseuses of childi-en (il8 Sl4 

SteWAHT, K. W. Magnetism and 

elei-triL-ity 537 SM 

Stewart, IHibert. Life and work 

in India 111").4 Sl4 

STILL, William. Underground rail- 
way ;tai St;> 

STILLMAN, W. .1. Union of Italy. 

I8l-)-l8(l5 MJ.ilH sir. 

Stimson, F. .1. Hand-book of the la- 
bor law of ihi- U. S 338.9 S^■^ 

I^bor and its rehitions to law .XiHM Sto 1 
— Nm uImi Act inn. 

fiTINa of death removod OiMl Ht.'i 

&PO(«HARDT J. A. Primiples of 

uhcmiatry '>4iiSiii 

BTOCqueler, .1. H. Life of Well- 
ington 1) W4.'.2 

Military encvclopiHlia :i.i', Sill 

Stoddard, C. a. Bi-yond th>' Uwk- 

ies 917.114 Stii 



Stoddard, J. L. Lecturef. lOv. .910 Stf 
Stoddard, W, O. Men of business. 

(Men o/ aekieixmenL) 920 8tfi5 

Stokes, A.P. Jolnt-metani8m.332.418UI 
Stone, J. S. Memoir of James Mil- 

nor BMB» 

STONE, Sbt. R. H. In Afric's forest 

and jungle fllfi.B StT 

Stones of Paris in history and let- 
ters. -Iv Martin 914.438M3S 

Stones of Venice. 3v. Rugkin. .729 R8> 
Stober, ft. R. Why not? L(i|S,-2ST 
Storey, Motrnt-iELD. Charles Sum- 
ner. .Imn: s!;fs,i,.i,.] BS!l56s 

Stories of famous songs. Fitzgei^ 



aid-. 



.784 F'n 



Stories oftheWagneropera. Guer- 
ber -82.2W121! 

Storrow, Rei: E. Our sisters in In- 
dia 2«e.-TisiT 

Storv, a. T. Building of the Brit- 
ish empire. 2v. (ISbrrynJ Ibt ii'i- 

tioiw.) 942.055 StT , 

Story. Joseph. Commentaries on 
the constitution of the U. S. 3\. 

342. 73 St: 

' '(.inst ii.iiiit^iijil clas8-t>ook 342.73!^"^ 
Story, W. W. Treatise on the law 

of sales of personal property.. 347.3 8i' 
STOHYtifiiii<Hlioateillife. .Moffat.26G.54M'- 

Story of a heathen. Reade 9lij.2 [i£ 

Story of a working-man's life. Ma- 
son BMJ* 

Story of beautiful Porto Rica R«v 

tor 917,29511^1 

Story of Boston. Gllniau .974.4(104:1 
Story of eclipses. I'hambere. .523.7i*t."S 

Story of ice. Brend r>51.31 Sli 

STORV of Jesus Christ. Ward . .232.H W:I1 
Story of the cowboy. Hough. ..917." H>*1 
Story of the earth and man. Daw- 
son 5,-.lDfi 

Story of the great march. Nichols. 

973.78N''2 

Story of the heavens. Ball 523 83 

Story o( the jubilee singera. Marsh. 

7H4.7MK 

Story of the living machine, Conn.57't78 
Story of the mind. Baldwin . . . . l.io Bl"* 
Story of th<> nations series. 

Ar.-ber, T. A n«./ Ktmrafonl. C. L Cm- 

■ukIi-- wmAi* 

IViiirinm.J ■!. sior.TofCunada WlW* 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



287 



Boyesen. H. H. Story of Norway 948. 1 BflO 

Bradley, Henry. Story of the Goths . . W3.01 BTi 
Church, A. J. Story of early Britain . .942.01 C47 

PIske, A. K. West Indies 972.9 P54 

Prazer. R. W. British India 964 F86 

Freeman. E. A. Story of Sicily 987.8 P87 

Gilman, Arthur. Story of Rome 987 G42 

Gilmun. Arthur. Story of the Saracens. .953 G42 
CJould.Sabine Baring- Story of Germany .913 GTS 
Hale. E. E. a/id Hale, Susan. Story of 

Spain 946 H 13 

Hale. Su.san. Story of Mexico 972 H 13 

Harrison. J. A. Story of Greece 988 H24 

Hosmer, J. K. Story of the Jews 933 H79 

Hug. Lina ami SteacL Richard. Story of 

Switzerland 949.4 H88 

Jewett, S. O. Story of the Normans. ..942.02 J55 

Lawless, Emily. Story of Ireland 941.5 L42 ; 

Lebon. Andre. Modem France 944.04 L49 

McCarthy, J. H. Story of the people of 

Ent^land in the nineteenth century. 2v. 
912.U8M12e 

Mackintosh, John. Story of Scotland . . .941 M2I 
Mahaffy. J. P. Story of Alexander's em- 
pire 938.01 M27 

MasHon. Gustave. Story of medi89val 

France 944.02 M38 

Morflll. W. R. Story of Poland 94.^8 M8I 

Morflll, W. R. Story of Russia 947 MHl 

Morrison. W. D. Jews under Roman rule. 933 M83 
Oman. C. W. C. Story of the Byzantine 

empire 949.5 OmI 

Poole, Stanley Lane- Story of the Bar- 

bary Corsairs 961 P78 

Poole. Stanley Lane- Story of the Moots 

in Spain 946 P78 

Poole, Stanley Lane- Story of Turkey 949.6 P78 
Kawllnson. Geori^e. Story of ancient 

Ejrypt . , 982 RI9 

Rawlinson .George. Story of Ph<jenicia.939.44 R19 

RoKers. J. E. T. Story of Holland 949.2 R63 

Stephens, H. M. Story of Portugal 946.9 St4 

.Story. A. T. Building of the British em- 
pire. 2v 942.055St7 

Theal. G. M- South Africa 968 T:m 

Tregarthen, Greville. Australasia 994 T71 

Vambery, Arminius. Story of Hungary. 

943.91 ViS 

Watts. H. E. Christian recovery of Spain. 

946,ltt W34 

Ziromem. Helen. Han.sa towns 943 Z6 

Story of the Pilgrim fathers. Ar- 

ber 973.2 Ar 1 

STORY of the rear column. Jameson. 

91H.7 J2.3 

Story of the Rough Uider.**. Mar- 
shall 97.3.9 M3r> 

Stothert, James. French and Span- 
ish painters 759 St7 

Stowe, C. E. Life of Harriet 

Beecher Stowe B S892 

Origin and history of the books of 

the Bible 220.9 Sl7 



Stowe, Mrs, Harriet (B.) Chim- 
ney-corner 818 St7 

House and home papers 640 St7 

Lady Byron vindicated B B997 

Little foxes 173 St6 

Men of our times 920 St7 

Palmetto leaves 917.59 St7 

Sunny memories of foreign lands. 

2v 914 St7 

— See aho Action and juvenile. 
—ji. miiimr. See Beecher, O. E. 
Stranahan, C.H. History of French 

painting 759 St8 

Strang, L. C. Prima donnas and 

soubrettes 792 St8p 

Stratton, H. DJL uiUhfH'. See Bry- 
ant, H. B. 

Strauss, D. FJt, auUmr. NeeMomm- 
.sen. 

Streatfield, R.A. Masters of Ital- 
ian music. (Masters of contempO' 

raiy mnsir,) 780 St85 

Opera 782 St85 

STREETER, H. R. Voice building. 784.9 St8 
Strelinoer, C. a. Book of tools. 621. 9 St8 

Strenuous life. Roosevelt 304 R67 

Strickland, Agnes. Lives of the 
last four princesses of the royal 

house of Stuart .920 St8 

Lives of the queens of England, 
from the Norman conquest. 6v. 

920 St8e 

Lives of the queens of Scotland. 8v. 

920 St8s 

Strong, Josiah. New era 261 St8 

Our country 917.3 St8 

Religious movements for social bet- 
terment 261 St8r 

Stuart, Bernard. How to become 

a successful engineer 621 St9 

Stubbs, William. Constitutional 

history of England. 3v .342 St9 

student Volunteer Movement. 

Student missionary ai)peal 26() St9 

Studies in i)oetry and philosophy. 

Shairp 821.1 Shi 

Studies of men. Smalley 920 Sm 1 

Studies of the (Jreek i)oets. 2v. Sy- 

monds 880 Sy6 

Studley, M. .1. What our girls 

ought to know 613 St9 



288 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Sturcus, Russell and Krehbiel, 
H. E. Annotated bibliography of 
fine art R016.7 St9 

Sturm, C.C. .» orning communings 

with God 240 St9 

StuviI:, Bernard, Jt, mUhfn-, AV/ 
Davidson, A. 

Subconscious self. WaMstein. .131 W14 

Suburban sketches. Howells. . .814 H83s 

Sucx^ESS. Marden 374 M33s 

Success and its conditions. Whip- 
ple 814 W578 

Success is for you. Quigley 814 Qu4 

Successful houses. Coleman 729 C67 

Successful women. R^lton 920 B63s 

SUCCESSWARD. Bok 170 363 

Sully, James. Children *8 ways . . 150 Su5 

Summer in Norway. Caton 914.8 C29 

Summer resorts. Sweetser 917.3 Sw3 

Summer rest. Dodge 814 EHMisu 

Summer-savory. Taylor 814 T21s 

Summer vacation. Converse 914 C7H 

SUMMERFIELD, JOHN. Sermons and , ,^ „ . , , , 

sketches of sermons SrZ Su(i ; ^weet, Henky. Practical study o 

languages ¥)i »wi 

SUMNEB, CHARLES. Prophetic SwEiirrsER,C.H. Summer resort8.<jr.3S«3 
voices concerning America.... 973 Sufi sweetser, Delight. One wav 
Speeches and addresses 815 Sufi ^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^.^^ jJuS^-j 

SUMNER, W. (t. American cur- 
rency 332 Sufi 

Andrew Jackson. {Amer. sUitett'' 

men. ) B .1 12s 

What social classes owe to each 

other :VM) Su6 

Sunday magazine. 18()7. v. 4 052 Su7 

SUNDAY-SCHOOL and church enter- 
tainments 791 Su7 

Sunlight and shadow. Adams. .770 Adl 
Sunny memories of foreign ?unds. 

Stowe 914 St7 

Sunshine and storm in the east. 



Sutton, R. Methodist church prop- 
erty case 287 Su8 

Swan, J. G. Northwest coast. .917.97 Sw2 
Swayne, G. C. Herodotus. [Anc- 

cUii»ics.) 888 H43y 

SWEDENBORQ, EMANUEL. Angelic 

wisdom 289.4 Sw3 

Angelic wisdom concerning the Di- 
vine Providence 289.4 Sw3a 

Apocalypse revealed. 2v 289.4 Sw3ap 

Arcana Coelestia. lOv 289.4 Sw3ar 

Compendium of theological writ- 
ings 289.4 Sw3c 

Concerning heaven and its won- 
ders and concerning hell .289.4 Sw3co 

Conjugal love 176 Sw3 

Doctrine of a new Jerusalem.. 289.4 Sw3d 
Four leading doctrines of the new 
church 289.4 Sw3f 

Miscellaneous theological works. 

289.4 Sw3m 

True Christian religion 289.4 Sw3l 

Swedish movement-cure. Tavlor .61;") Tlh 



Sweetser, M.F. Artist biographies. 

5v inOL Sw3 

SWETCHINE, Mme. Life and letters. B S9T.'» 
SWETT, John. Methods of teach- 
ing 371.3 Sv4 

Swift, Jonathan. Gulliver's trav- 
els ,.H27Sw.V 

Poetical works. 3v 827 Sw') 

Works • 827 Sw5* 

Swift, Lindsay. Brook farm.. 335.9 Sw5 
Swift, P. H. Star in the west. . .973 Sw.) 
Swift, R B. Who invented the 
reaper? B M12^ 



Brassey 914.9 B73 Swinburne, A. C. Atalanta in Caly 



Supernatural. Abbott 2:n.7 Ab2 

SURENNE, (Jabrikl. .//. nuthnr. See 
Spiers. 

Sutherland, Alexander, (i ml 
Sutherland, GE()R(iK, His- 
tory of Australia and New Zea- 
land 994 Su8 

Sutherland, George. Jt. author. 
See Sutherland, Alexander. 

Sutro, Thfx)DORk. Sutro tunnel 

company and the Sutro tunnel. (•»22Su8 



don 822Sff« 

Chastelard 822Sw6c 

Queen-mother and Rosamond. .822SwtJq 

Selections from poetical works. .821 8^ 

Swing, David. Truths for today. 252 SwH 

•*SW1ngin' round thecirkle." Locke. 
817 U« 

Swisshelm, J. G. Half a century.BSS'7y 
Sybkl, Hmnrich von. Founding 
of the (Jerman empire by Will- 
iam I. Hv 943.()ftSvl 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



289. 



YM BOLic education. Blow ... 372. 2 B62sy 
YMINGTON, A. J. Sketch of Will- 
iam Cullen Bryant B B915s 

iYMONDS, J. A. Renaissance in It- 
aly ; 709.45 Sy6 

Shelley. (Eny. men of letters.). . .B S545s 
Short history of the renaissance in 

Italy 945.06 Sy6s 

Sketches in southern Europe. 2v. 

914.5 Sy6 

Studies of the Greek poets. 2v. . .880 Sy6 

Symons, Arthur. Aubrey Beards- i 

ley * 740LB:«8! 

Symons, T. W. Examination of the I 

upper Columbia river for steam- j 

boat transportation 917.97 Sy6 i 



fABLE-TALK. Hazlitt 824 H33t 

Table-talk. Rogers 828 R63 

Table-talk. Selden 828 Se4 

Table-talk and opinions. Napo- 
leon 1 848 N16 

Tableaux, charades and panto- 
mimes. 808.5 Til 

Tablets. Alcott 814 Al It 

Tacitus. Germania and Agricola. 

878Tllg 

Libri qui supersunt tomus poste- 
rior historias et libros monires 

continens .878 Tllh 

Life of Agricola 878 TUa 

.Selections from Tacitus 878 Tils 

Works. 2 V 878 Til 

'"aine, H. a. Art in the Nether- 
lands 759 T13 

History of English literature. .820.9 T13 

Ideal in art 701 T13 

Italy, Florence and Venice 914.5 T13 

Italy, Rome and Naples 914.5 T13i 

Lectures on art 701 T13 1 

Notes on England 914.2 T13 

Notes on Paris 914.436 T13 

Tour through the Pyrenees. . ..914.6 T13 

'^ales from the operas. Pardon. .782 P21 

^ales of a grandfather. 3v. Scott. 

941Sco8t 

^ales of a traveller. Irving 817 Ir8t 

^ALES of a wayside inn. Longfel- 
low 811 L86t 

fALES of the enchanted islands of 

the Atlantic. Higginson . . . .398.2 Hr)3 



Taliesin. Hovey 812 H82 

Talks to teachers on psychology. 

James 150 J23t 

Talks with Barbara. Tomkins. .177 T59 
Talleyrand-Perioord, Prince de. 

Memoirs. 5v B T148 

Talmage, T. D. Abominations of 

modern society 170 T14 

Crumbs swept up '. . .818 T14 

From the pyramids to the Acropo- 
lis 204 T14 

Old wells dug out 252 T14 

Tappan, Lewis. Life of Arthur 

Tappan B T174 

Tappan, W. B. Sacred and miscel- 
laneous poems 811 T16 

Tarbell, F. B. History of Greek 

art 709..38 T17 

Tarbell, I. M. Life of Abraham 

Lincoln. 2v B L7.36t 

Tarr, R. S. Elmentary physical ge- 
ography 551.4 T17 

Tasso, Torquato. Jerusalem de- 
livered 851 TIH 

Tatham, H. F. W. Jt author. See 

Benson. 
Tauss^o, F. W. Silver situation in 

the U. S :W2.42 T19 

Taylor, B. F. Between the gates. 

917.94 T213 

January and June 818 T21 

Life in camp and field 973.7 T21p 

Mission Ridge and Lookout Moun- 
tain 97.3.7 T21 

Old-time pictures 811 T212 

Summer savory 814 T21s 

World on wheels ;814 T21w 

Taylor, Bayard. At home and 

abroad 910 T21 

Byways of Europe 914 T21 

Colorado 917.88 T21 

Cyclopiedia of modern travel . ..910.9 T21 

Egypt and Iceland 910 T21e 

Eldorado 917.94 T21 

Home pastorals, ballads and lyrit's. 

811 T21h 

India, (.'hina and Japan 915 T21 

Japan in our day 915.2 T21 

Journrv to Central Africa 91^.2 T21 

Lands of the Saratvn 915.6 T21 

Lai-s H11T211 

Masque of the ^rods Hll T21m 



290 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Northern travel 914.8 T21 

Picture of St. John 811 T21p 

Poems of home and travel 811 T21po 

Poems of the Orient 811 T21pr 

Poetical works 811 T21 

Prophet 812 T21 

Studies in Gennan literature... 830. 9 T21 

Travels in Arabia 915.3 T21 

Travels in Greece and Russia. 914.95 T21 

Travels in South Africa 916.8 T21 

Views afoot 914 T21v 

— See a/j*o fiction. 
Tayi^r, Edward. Is protection a 

benefit? X*i7 T29 

Taylor, G. H. Pelvic and hernial 

therapeutics (515 T21p 

Swedish movement cure 615 T2ls 

Taylor, H. c:. Chatfield- ' Land 

of the Castanet 914.6 T21 

Taylor, Isaac. Physical theory 

of another life 218 T21 

Taylor, J. M. Maximilian and C'ar- 

loita BM464t 

Taylor, Jeremy, (iolden grove . . 240 T21 

Holy living: and dyini^- 241 T21 

Life of our blessed Lord and Savior 

.Jesus Christ 2:J2.9 T21 

Sacred omer and offices of episco- 
pacy .262 T21 

Sermons 252 T21 

Taylor, Richard. Destruction and 



Ten years on the Euphrates. 

Wheeler 915.6 W58 

Tennent, Sir J. E. Natural history 

of Ceylon 915.48 T25 

Tennessean in Persia and Koor- 

distan. Marsh B R469 

Tenney, E. p. Jubilee essays. . ..204 T25 

New west. 917.8 T25 

Silent house 236 T25 

Tenn Y, Sanborn. Geoloigry 550 T25 

Manual of zoology 590 T25 

— See also juvenile. 

Tennyson, Alfred, Lord, Com- 
plete works 821 ra 

Enoch Arden 821 Ti)e 

Gareth and Lynette 821 TOg 

Harold 822 Ti) 

Holy grrail 821 Ti)h 

Idyis of the king 821 TOi 

In memoriam 821 Ti'nn 

Last tournament 821 TO 1 

Poetical works 821 Ti) 

Queen Mary 822T2.)q 

Tennyson, Hallam. Alfred, Lord 

Tennyson. 2v B T31- 

Tent life in Siberia. Kennan ..915.7 K36t 
Tent on the beach. Whittier. .811 W61t 
Terhune, Mrs, M. V. Breakfast, 

luncheon and tea 641 T27 

Common sense in the household .641 T2Tc 

Eve's daughters 613 T2T 

— See also fiction. 



reconst ruction 97IJ.78 T21 

Taylor, Seulky. Science of music. 781 T21 | Testimony of the i-ocks. Miller.560 M«lt 
Taylor. Theodore. Thackeray .. B T.t6;i teuffel, Mrs. B. W. (H.) von. So: 
Taylor, VV. C. Modern British Howard, R W. 

Plutarch 920 T21 TEUTONIC Switzerland. McC'rackan. 

Taylor, Utv. W. M. Klijah, the \ 914.94 M13t 

prophet 220.9 T21 i Thachkr. .Iames. Military journal 

Taylor, William. California life 1 during the Kevolutionarv war. 

illustrated 917.94 T2ir) I \^ .973.38 Tit' 

Model preacher 2r>l T21ni Thackkray, W. M. Ballads 828 T32 

Seven years* St re»*t preachin^r. ^r)! T21s ' Knjjflish humorists of the eijrht 

Tea and coffee. Alcott 6i;{.;{ Al 1 

Teachers' mentor. IH80-HI. v. ;V6.26H T22 
Technique of rest. Brack ett . ..6i:J.7 B72 
Tegner, Esalvs. Frithiors Sajja. 

K59.71 T2:{ Thalhelmkr, M. E. Manual of an- 

Temple. Herbert S21 H41t cient history i»:WT32 

1 

Ten great religions. 2v. Clarke. .290 Cm Thatcher, ( ). .1. ^//k/Schwill, Fer- 

Ten-MINUTE talks. Burritt 814 1^94 dinaxd. I^urope in the middle 

Ten years in Washington. Hudson. ages 940.1 TJi- 

917..k{ £1H0 (ieneral history of Europe 1V40T32 



eenth century 920 T3^ 

Paris sketchbook 828 T32l» 

Punch's i)rize novelists 827 TX- 

-Sec alsft fiction and juvenile. 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



291 



Thaxter, Celia. Among^ the Isles —See also juvenile. 

of Shoals 917.42 T33 j THOMPSON, Mrs. G. G. Seton- Wo- 

Letters B T368 ! man tenderfoot 917.9 T37 

Poems 811 T33 1 Thompson, Henry. Life of Han- 

—Sfe aho juvenile; ■ nah More. 2 v H M83r) 

Thayer, T. B. Theology of univer- Thompson, J. P. Man in Genesis 

salism ! 289.1 T33 and in jjeology 215 T37 

Theal, G. M. South Africa. . . .908.2 T34 Photographic views of Kgypt. .916.2 T37 

Theatre and its people. Fyles ... 792 F99 Theology of Christ 232 T37 

Theism. Iverach 211 Iv3 i Thompson, Joseph. Mungo Park 

Theory of the leisure class. Veblen. and the Niger 91G.6T38 

»^^1 V49 I Thompson, Maurice. My winter 

Thierry, Augustin. Conquest of | garden H14 T37 

England by the Normans. 2v . 942,02 T34 —See also fiction. 

Historical essays 904 T34 ' Thompson, R. E. Social science and 

Thiers, L. A. Consulate and em- . national economy 3.30 T37 

pire under Napoleon. 4 v..944.04() T34 Thompson, R W. History of pro- 
History of the French revolution. | tective tariff laws 337 T37 

- ^' 944.04 T.34 THOMP.SON, S. P. Dynamo-electric 

Thimm, Franz. French at a glance. machinery ^37. 8 T37 

'**° ^ ** Elementary lessons in electricity 

(Jerraan at a glance 430 T.34 , ^^^ magnetism 5:^7 T37 

Things of th^ mind. Spalding. 370.4 Spl 1 1 ^^^^^^^^^^ Edward. Selected es- 
Thirty years in the Arctic regions. ^.^^,^ 370.4 T37 

Franklin 919.8 F85 



Thirty years' war. Gardiner.. 943.04 G16 

Thirty years' war. 2 v. Gindeley. 

...943.04 G43 

Thirty years' war. Schiller. .943.04 Sch3 

This country of ours. Harrison. 342. 73 H24 

Thoburn, J. M. Light in the east. 

266.54 T3o 

Thomas A Kempis. Imitation of 

Christ 242 T36 

Thomas, Bertha. Life of George 

Sand B D84rit 

Thomas, E. M. New year's masque 

and other poems 811 T36 

Thomas, Emile. Roman life under 

the CaBsars 937 T36 

Thomas, J. J. Farm implements.. 630 T.36 

Thomas, Joseph. Universal pro- 
nouncing biographical diction- 
ary R920 qT36 

Thomas, W. G. Christianity a fact.239 T36 

Thompson, D. G. First Latin book. 

478.6 T37 

Thompson, E. P. and Anthony, 

W. A. Roentgen rays 537.89 T3T 

Thompson, Edith. History of Eng 



Thom.SON, J. C. tr. Bhagavad-Gita. 

891.2 T38 

—Jt, author. See Thomson, K. 

Thomson, .Tames. Poetical works. 

2v 821 T36 

Seisons 821 T36s 

Thomson, K. and Thomson, J. C. 

Queens of society 920 T38 

Wits and beaux of society 920 T38w 

Thomson, W. M. Land and the 

book. 2v 915.69 T38 

Thoreau, H. D. Cape Cod 818 T39 

Kxcursions 818 T39e 

Letters 818T391 

Maine woods 818 T.39m 

Walden 818 T39w 

Week on the Concord and Merri- 
mack 818T.39we 

Yankee in Canada 818 T39y 

Thornton, J. Q. Oregon and Cali- 
fornia in 1848. 2v 917.9 T39 

Thornton. R. J. Grammar of bot- 
any 090 T39 

Thorp, F. H. Inorganic chemical 

preparations 546 T39 

Outlines of industrial chemistry .660 T39 



land 942 T37 TilOL^GHTS about art. Hamert.on.704 H17 



THOMP5iON, Ernest Seton- Biog- 
raphy of a grizzly 599 T37 



Thoughts and theories of life and 

education. Spalding .370.4 Spl th 



292 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Thoughts in my garden. Ware. 289.4 W22 
Thousand miles in the Kob Roy 

canoe. MacGregor 914 M17 

Thousand miles up the Nile. Ed- 
wards 916.2 Ed9 

Thrasher, M. B. Tuskegee. ...371.94 T41 
Three gringos in Venezuela and Cen- 
tral America. Davis 917.28 D29 

Three men in a boat. Jerome 827 J48t 

Three men on wheels. Jerome. .827 J48th 
Three visits to Madagascar. Ellis. 916.9 El 5 

Thrift. Smiles 331.8 Sm4 

Thrilling stories of the great re- 
bellion. Greene 973.78 G83 

Through and through the tropics. 

Vincent 919 V74 

Through Asia. 2v. Hedin 915 H35 

Through colonial doorways. Whar- 
ton 917.32 W55t 

Through nature to God. Fiske. .211 F54t 
Through South Africa. Stanley.9l6.8 St2 
Through the dark continent. 2v. 

Stanley 916.7 St2t 

Through the gold-fields of Alaska 
to the Behring straits. Windt. 

917.98 W72 

Thucydides. De bella Peloiwn- 

nesiaco. 2v 88S T42 

Thursfield, J. R. Sir Robert Peel. 

(Twelve Eng. statHnmen.) B P374 

Thurston, R. H. History of the 

growth of the steam-engine.. 621.1 T42 

Stationary steam-engine 621.16 T42 

Thwaites, R. G. Colonies. 1492- 

1750 973.2 T42 

TiCKNOR, GE()R(iE. History of Span- 
ish literature. 3v 860.9 Ti'A 

Life of W. H. Presfott B P933 

Tiffany, Francis. Lifo of Doro- 
thea Lynde Dix B D619 

Tilton, Theodore. Sexton's tale 

and other poems 811 T47 

TlMAYENLS, T. T. History of Greece. 

93H T48 

Time and tide. Ruskin 824 R8!)t 

TiNLiNG, J. F. B. Fifteen hundred 
facts and similes from sermons 
and addresses R20:{ T49 

TiSSANDiER, Gaston. Wonders of 

water 551.4 T52 

Titcomb, Timothy, psend. Set Hol- 
land, J. G. 



Titoomb's letters to young people. 

Holland 814 HTIt 

To Cuba and back. Dana 917.29 D19 

TOCQUEVILLE, ALEXIS DE. Democ- 
racy in America 342.73 TV! 

Old regime and the revolution.944.0;{ TO 
liepublic of the U. S 342.73 TO 

Todd, C. B. City of New York . 974.71 TO 
City of Washington 975.31 TO 

Todd, b. P. Stars and telescopes. 52«) TO 

Todd, John. Story of his li fe B TO4 

Student's manual 374 TO 

Todd, S. E. Country homes and how 
to save money 63() TO 

Toiling of Felix. Van Dyke 811 X'^ 

Tolstoi, L. N. Ckmnt. Essays, let- 
ters, miscellanies 891.74 TO 

My confession; my religion; life... .B «v'>4 

My religion .' 2:^> TO 

What is arty 701 TO 

— See aim fiction. 
TOMLINSON, Charles. Amusements 

in chess 7i»4TO 

To-morrow in Cuba. Pepper.. 972.tU P^^^ 
TOMPKINS. E. K. Talks with Bar- 
bara 177 T»5' 

— See ahn fiction. 
TONNA, C. E. Ridley, Latimer, 
Cranmer and other English mar- 
tyrs ■ 92<)Tdl 

Wrongs of woman 3iH) Ttil 

TooKE, William. History of Uus- 

sia. 2v 947 Uil 

Tour from the city of New York to 

Detroit. Darby m I>-^ 

Tour through the P. renees. Taine. 

914.0 T13 

Tour(j6e,A. W. Appeal to Ctesar. 973.8 T«>4 

—Set also liction. 
Tout, T. F. Edward the First. 

( TtrcJrt Eny. stuteJinien,) B r^' 

TowLK, (i. M. History of Henry V. 

»42.(H2Ttii» 

— See also juvenile. 

TovvLE Manufacturing Co. Co- 
lonial hook »17.44.'» T<i.> 

Tovvnsknd, Calvin. Analysis of 

civil government JU2.73 'Hi') 

CoiniMuidium of c^)mmercial law. .347 W 

Towns end, (J. .\. New world com- 
pared wit h the old 321 W 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



293 



TowNSEND, L. T. Art of speech. 

2 V 420.7 T66 

Trail of the gold-seekers. Garland. 

917.98 G18 

Traill, H. D. Life of Coleridge. 

{Eng. n^n of letters.) B C693 

William III. (Twelve Eng. states- 

men,) B W717-3 

Trainer, John. U. S. history by 

the Brace system 371.3 T68 

Tramp at home. Meriwether. ..331.8 M55 

Tramp trip. Meriwether 914 M55 

Tramping with tramps. Willard,339 W66 
Transformation of Hawaii. 

Brain 996.9 B73 

Transvaal from within. Pitzpat- 

riek 968.2 F58 

Travelling bachelor. Cooper.. 917.3 C78 
Travels with a donkey. Stevenson. 

914.41 St4 

Tregarthen, Greville. Austral- 
asia. (Stfn-y of the nations.) 994 T71 

Trench, R. C. English, past and 

present 420 T72 

Notes on the miracles of our Lord. 

226.7 T72 

Study of words 422 T72 

Synonyms of the testament. 2 v. 

220.8 T72 

Trent, W. P. Southern statesmen 

of the old regime 920 T72 

Trevelyan, Sir G. O. American 

revolution. 1766 973.3 T72 

Life and letters of Lord Macaulay. 

.BM117 

Tribune almanac. 1838-d((^6 R317 T73 

Trine, R. W. In tune with the 

Infinite 125 T73 

What all the world's a-seeking. 171.4 T73 

Trip to Cuba. Howe 917.291 H83 

Tripp, Alonzo. Crests from the 

ocean world 914 T73 

Triumphant democracy. Car- 
negie ' 917.3 C21 

Trollope, Anthony. Autobiog- 
raphy B T847 

North America 917 T7r) 

Thackeray. {Eny. men of letters.). B T.mu 
— See also fiction. 

Trooper 3809. Decle B D2J)ri 

Troubadours at home. Smith. 2v. 

849.1 Sm.") 



Trowbridge, J. T. Emigrant's story 

and other poems 811 T74 

— See also juvenile. 

Trowbridge, John. What is elec- 
tricity? 537 T75 

Trowbridge, W. P. Heat as a source 

of power 621.1 T75 

Troy and its remains. Schliemann. 

913.38 Sch3 

True and the beautiful in nature. 

Ruskin 704 R89t 

True George Washington. Ford.B W318f 
True stories from history. Nor- 

mand 944 N78 

True, the beautiful and the good. 

Cousin 194 C83 

True William Penn. Fisher B P412 

True woman. Peck 396 P33 

Truesdale, John. Blue coats. 973. 78 T76 

Truesdell, Helen. Poems 811 T76 

Truman, B. C. History of the 

world's fair. 1893 606.773 T77 

Trumbull, John. McFingal 811 T77 

Trusts and the people. Mann.. 338. 8 M31 
Truths illustrated by great au- 
thors 808.8 T76 

Tryon, G. W. Jr. Structural and 

systematic conchology 594 T78 

Tschudi, J. J. VON. Travels in 

Peru 918.5 T78 

—jt. authf)r. See Rivero. 

TucKERMAN, Bayard. History of 

English prose fiction 823 T79 

TucKERMAN, C. K. Greeks of today. 

914.95 T79 

TUCKERMAN, H. T. Book of the art- 
ists; American artist life 750L T79 

Essays 920 T79 

Tuck LEY, 7?6u. Henry. Life's golden 

morning 240 T79 

TUEN, slave and empress. Nelson . B T913 
TuGUOT de Lanoye, Frederick. 

Rameses the great 932 T81 

Tulloch, .John. Leaders of the Re- 
formation 920 T82 

Pascal BP278 

Tupper, M. F. Complete poetical 

works 821 T83 

Hactenus 821 T83h 

Proverbial philosophy 821 T83p 

Turner, Albert, ed. Attainment 
of womanly beauty of form and 
feature 391.6 T8o 



294 AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 

Turner, Edward and Gregory, " Literary history of the. Americun 

William. Chemistry 540 T84 revolution. 2v 810.9 T9T J 



Turner, J. M. W. Harbours of 

Enjrland 769 T85 

Turner, Sharon. Sacred history 



Patrick Henry. (Amer. statesmen.) 

;...B Hr)23 

Tyndall, John. Diamagnetism and 



of the world. 3v 270 T85 magne-crystallic action 538 T9T 

TusKECiEE. Thrasher 37L94T41 Assays on the floating matter of 

Tuttle, Herbert. History of the air --I'li'- 

Prussia. 11.34-1740. 3v 943 T88 j Forms of water o^>l.J^'^ 

Twain, Mark, ijmid. See Clem- H®*^ • 'VZlL- 

Tweedie,* W. K. Home 173 T91 i Light and electricity .r.3,5 T97 

Twelve decisive battles of the war. ^'^ radiation oSb l^o 

Swinton 973 73 Sw6 Sound •)'>4 1^'" 

Twelve English* statesmen' series, ' ^ j Tyng, S. H. Christian titles . • ..242 TuT 

ed. by .John Morley. ; Typee: Polynesian life. ^^IvUk.^ ^^^^ 



Tytler, a. F. Universal history. 

2v iW9TO 

Tytler, P. F. Memorable wars of 

Scotland i>4lT99 

Tytler, Sarah. Modern painters 

and their paintings ToOL T9i* 



CrelKhton. Mandell. Cardinal Wolsey . . . B W86H 
Freeman. E. A. William the Conqueror. B W716 

Uairdner. James. Henry V I B H.V24-7 

Green. .Vr*. J. R. Henry II B H5*4-2 

Harrison, Frederic. Oliver Cromwell . . . . B CtH6 

Morley. John. Walpole B W219 

Roseberry. A. P. Lord. William Pitt. . . . B P688 
Traill, H. D. William III B W717-3 

Thurstiem. J^K. Sir Robert Peel B p:m | Qld masters and their pictures. TrKlLTJHio 

Tout. 1. F. Edward I B Ei5 * 

Twelve great artists. Downes. .l.'A)L 1)75 . . 

Twelve miles from a lemon. Dodge. | ^ 

H14 l)(>()t i Ueberwe(}, Friedrich. HisU)ry of 

Twelve naval captains. Sea well. .920 Sel philosophy. 2v KHKVl 

Twelve notable good women of the Ugly girl papers. Powei-s 391 P^* 

nineteenth century. Carey 920 C18 i Ultima thule. Longfellow 811 L^^^| 

Twenty years among the Mexicans. Una and her paupers, Jones B I **^ 

Kankin 200 KIH ' Unbeaten tracks in Japan. 2v. 

Twenty years of congress. 2v. , Bishop 915.2 B-'>'^ 

Blaine 973.71 B>7 Uncle Kemus and his friends. Har- 

TWC) brothers. Biekersteth 821 B47 ris 398.3 H--*o 

Two health-seekers in southern (Jali- Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 

fornia. Kd wards and Harraden. ings. Harris 398.3 H2-* 

917.94 Kd9 . UNCLE Sam abroad. Connor 327 Cj*' 

Two thousand miles on hoiNebaok. Under the willows. Lowell SUU^^^ 

Meline 917.8 M48 I Underground railroad. Still . . . .32ti St''> 

Two years before the mast. Dana.. 910 1)19 ! Underground Russia. Stepniak. 914.7 3t4 
Two years in the jungle. Hornaday. j Underwood, F. H. Hand-book of 

91;'i.4 H7S Knglish literature: American 

Two years in the U. S. navy. Bat- authors 810.9 Tn- 

ten 973.7.'> B32 Hand-book of Knglish literature: 

Tyerman, L. Life of John Wesley. British authors 820.9 I'l^- 

3v ' B Wolii .lames Russell Lowell B Ul'^" 

Tyler, K. B. Primitive culture. 2v.21K)T97 Underwood, L. M. Our native 
TYLER, .TosiAH, comfj. Livingstone ferns ;)87.3 U^^ 

lost and found 910.7 T97 ^ Unemployed. Drage 'XM.S D'^ 

Tyler, M. C. History of American Unitarian affirmations 288 Uo-^ 

literature. 1007-107() 810.9 T97 Unitarianlsm 288 Ud4 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



295 



TED States— ^j^)-*Guftur6, DepL 
of. Album of agricultural sta- 
tistic * 630.8 fUnSa 

Contagious diseases of domes- 
ticated animals 619 Un3 

Reports of the secretary. 1863- 

date 630.6 Un3 

Year book. 1894, 98 630.6 Un3y 

-Animal Industry Bureau. Re- 
ports. 1889-97 630.6 Un38 

Report on diseases of the horse. 

636.1 Sa3 

-Census Office. Report. 1850-d<it€. 

970.5 fUn3 

-Centennial Commission. Acts of 
congress, rules and regula- 
tions, description of buildings. 

606.748 Un3u 

Official catalogue 606.748 Un3 

-Civil Service Commission. Annual 

reports. 1886-date 351.1 Un3 

-Coast aiul Geodetic Survey. Alaska. 

917.98 Un3 

Reports of superintendent. 

ia55-dat€ 526 fUn3 

-Commission of Claim ;. Report of 

decisions 973.6 Un3c 

-Commission on Irrigation. Re- 
port of the irrigation of the San 
.loaquin, Tulare and Sacra- 
mento valleys 631 Un3i 

-Congress. Constitution, and Jef- 
ferson's manual 342.73 Un3 

Digest and manual of rules. 

342.73Un35 

Memorial addresses on the life 

and character of 

Alden, Thomas B qA431 

Anthony. H. B BqA(K7 

Beck, J. B BqBSgS 

Bogy, L. V BqB6i5 

Burnside, A. E B qB9678 

Caperton. A. T B 0241 

Carpenter, M.H B qG>96 

Chandler* Zachariah B qC4o6 

Clark. Rush B qC594 

Douglas, B. B B qD733 

Parr, E. W aqF239 

Perry, O. S Bql?"399 

Fessenden: W. P B qF415 

Poote. Solomon B F687 

Gay. E. J B qG:»85 

Grow, G . A B qG884 

Hartridge, Julian B qU334 

askell. D. C B qH349 

Hawk. M. A BqH392 



Hendricks, T. A BqH498 

Herndon, T. H BqH55S 

Johnson, Andrew B qJ68 

Kerr, M. C B qK41 

Laird, James B qL88 

Lay. A. M B qL426 

Leonard, J. E B qL581 

Logan, J. A BqL83lt 

Morton. OP BqM891u 

Nutting. N. W BqN988 

Ort h. G. S B q077 

Parsons, E. Y B qP-i67 

Phelan, James B qP538 

Qu inn, T. J B qQ7l 

Randall, S. J •. B qG884 

Stark. John B qSTftS 

Stevens. Thaddeus B qS84dm 

Watson, L. F B q W339 

Webster. Daniel B qS795 

Welch, Frank B qW439 

Williams, A. S BqW721 

Wilson. Henry B q W748 

Wood, Fernando B q W875 

— Official congressional directory. 

328.7 Un3 

— TaritT law of 1897 337 Un3p 

— Coinage committee. Report. 1899.389 Un3 
—Election committee. Report of the 
special committee appointed to 
investigate the troubles in 

Kansas 973.6 Un3k 

— Invtstigatum committee. Covode 

investigation 973.6 Un^Jco 

-Joint committee. Celebration of 
the one hundredth anniver- 
sary otthe laying of the corner 
stone of the capitol of the U. S. 

973.8 C76 

Report of the committee to in- 
vestigate Chinese immi- 
gration 325 Un3 

—Joint committee on reconstruction. 

Rei)ort of committee 973.8 Un3r 

- Representatives, House of. World 's 

fair expenditures 606.773 Un3w 

—Select committee. Report on the 

New Orleans riots 973.8 Un3n 

—Select committee of jive. Rei)ort. 

973.7 Un3f 

—Select committee on transportation. 

Report 385 Un3t 

-StnaU. Trial of Andrew .John- 
son. 3v 343.73 Un3 

Senate committee on interstate com- 
merce .statements 385 Un3i 

- Ta rift' com mission . Report. 2 v . 

.TH rn3t 



296 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



— Wayn and means cfmimUtee. Tar- 

iff hearings before the oom- 

mittee 337 Un3 

— Education, Bureau of, Ekiuca- 

tional exhibits. 606.763 Un3 

Papers prepared for the 
world's library congress 

at the Columbian exposi- 
tion 020 Un3 

Planting trees in school 

grounds 715 Un3 

Public libraries in the U. S..027 Un3 
Report of commissioner. 1870- 

date 379.73Un3 

— Electoral commiHsUm, 1877. Pro- 
ceedings 973.8 Un3e 

—Ent4mu}logicid commiasion. Re- 
ports. 1880-96. 1-5 5a5.7 Un3 

— Fink commission. Bull e t i n s . 

1881-86 6:^9 Un3b 

Reports. 1872-^5 639 Un3 

— Foreign cttmmerce huretm. Re- 
view of the world's commerce. 
1898-99 :J82 Un3f i 

-Fur Seal Arbitration, Proceed- 
ings. 15 V 917.98 Un3f ; 

— (ieoloijical and yefHfraphical sur- 
rey of the Hr)cky Mountain re- 
ijion. Contributions to North 

American ethnology 572.97 fUnik 

Reports. 2 v ,557.8 f Un3r 

— Geologic(d and geographical sur- 
vey of the territories. Annual 
reports. 1869-78 557.8 Un3 

Final reports of monographs. 

557.8 fUn3t 

— (rcfflogica I su rvey. Gol d and si 1 ver 

in 1895 :{:J8.2 Un3 

Survey by J. W. Powell: min- 
eral resources of the U. S. 

1882-92 622.13 Un3 

Monographs of the U. S. geol- 
ogical survey. 24 v. .557.3 i:n3m 
Production of Muorspar and 

mica in 1894 ;J38.2 i:n3f i 

Production of nickel and co- | 

halt in 1897 .3.38.2 rn3p 

Production of phosphate rock 

in 1895 338.2 rn3i)h ' 

n Production of quicksilver in i 

k lHi)4 33H.2 rn3q 
mgraithival sitrrey west of tin 
W(Ah m( riili<(n, Rci)orts. . .500 fUn3 , 



Indian commisstMiers, Annual 
reports 970.1 Un3 

■Interior Devt' Annual reports. 

1897-date 557.3 Un3m 

Annual report. 1897-98. .353.3 Un3m 

Register. 1893 353.3 Un3 

Report of secretary. 1884-97. 

353.3 UD3r 

Statistics of Indian tribes, 

agencies and schools. 1899. 
371.95 Ud3 

-Interstate Commerce Commission. 
Annual report. 1887-d«/e . . .385 Ud3 
Annual report of statistics of 
railways in U.S. 1890-97 .385 Un;V) 
-Labor l)ept. Housing of working 

people 331.83 Un3 

Labor laws of U. S 338.9 1 n3 

Marriage and divorce in U. S. 

1867-86, 89 173 Un3 

Italians in Chicago 331.8 Un3i 

Reports. 1886-99 331.01 Un3 

Slums of great cities .TO.8Un3!» 

-Mine h\spector. Annual report for 
I ndian Territory. 1894, 96-99 . .622 In2 
Report for New Mexico. 1895- 

99 622 N4<) 

-Mint, liureuuof. Annual report 

of director 3,32.4 Un3 

Report upon production of pre- 
cious metals in U. S. 1881- 
90 332.41 rn3 

-Xational Museum, Proceedings. 

IS^l-date, V. lunate 5m Un3p 

-Xaval Institute. Proceedings. 

1899. V. 25 .:^9Un3 

- Xa vigation Ihweau, Laws of the 

IT. S. relating to navigation 
and the merchant marine. 347.7 Un3n 

- Na vy Dept. A n nual reports . .353. 7 rn3 

Hygienic and medical rep)orts 
of the U. S. navy, ed. by 
Parker 616 TnS 

Official records of the union 

and confederate navies in 

the war of the rebellion. 
973.75rn3 

-Ordnance, Chief of. Annual report 
to the secretary of war. 1884- 

87 623.4 Un:^^ 

Instructions for making quar- 
terly returns of ordnance 
and ordnance returns.62.'{.4 Un3oi 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



29: 



PiUent Office. Official gazette. 

1872-daf€. V. I'date R608 Un3 

Results of meteorological ob- 
servations in 1854-59.551.5 fUn3p 
-PoM Office DepL Annual report. 

1863, locate 35.3.4 Un3 

Postal laws and regulations. 383 Un3 
-Public Land Conimutsion. Laws 
relating to the survey and dis- 
position of public domain. ..347.2 Un3 
Rfdlroad (^onimisftUmer. Annual 

reports .385 Un3r 

tSigiui I Office. Ann ual report . 551. 5 U n3 
Daily bulletin weather reports. 

1872-73 551.5 Un.38 

Institutions for voluntary ob- 
servers 551.5 Un3i 

Official danger, distress and 

storm signal codes 551.5 Un3o 

State Dept. Case of U. S. to be 
laid before tribunal of arbitra- 
tion at Geneva. 1871 341.6 Un.3s 

Diplomatic correspondence. 2v. 

1864 973.7 Un3 

Hawaiian Islands. 1893.327.9969 Un3 
Proclamations and decrees dur- 
ing the war with Spain. 
973.9 Un3p 

Report upon commercial rela- 
lations of the ' U. S. with 

foreign countries 382 Un3 

-Statistics^ Bureau of. Commerce 
of the U. S. with European 
countries from 1790-1890. . ..382 Un3s 
Statistical abstract. 1898 . . .310 Un3 
Streets and highways in for- 
eign countries 625.7 Un3s 

Vagrancy and public charities 

in foreign countries 361 St2 

■Supreme Court. Liabilities of a 
bank for the acts of its officers. 

1890 :I47.7 Un3 

-Treasury Dept. Annual report 
of the supervising architect. 

1893 725.1 Un3 

Documents accompanying the 
report of the U. S. mone- 
tary commission. 1876. 
3.32.4 Un3m 

Report of supervising surgeon. 

1875 614.514 Un3c 

Report of the secretary. 1849- 

date 35,3.2 T;n32 



— War Dept. Annual reports. 

1899 353.6 Un3 

General orders affecting the 

volunteer force. 1862. ..355 Un3 
Medical and surgical history of 

the war of the rebellion. 

6v 610.9 Un3 

Regulations for the army of 

the confederate states.. 355 Un34 
Regulations for the army of 

theU. S 355Un3r 

Report of the committee on the 

conduct of the war on the 

attack * on Petersburg. 

973.73Un3p 

Reports of the secretary. 1850. 

917.89 Un3 

Reports on explorations and 

surveys. 1^53-55. 12v.917.8 fUn3p 
Revised regulations for the 

army of the U. S. 1861. 

355Un3l8 

U. S. infantry tactics. 1862..3r>6 Un3u 
War of the rebellion. Official 

records. 1880-da/<'. v. 1- 

date ...973.7 Un3w 

-Weather Bui-eau. Report of 

chief 551.5 qUn3w 

—and other pttwers. Treaties and 

other conventions. 17'i6- 

1889 :M1.2Un3 

UNIVER.SAL history: ancient part. 

18v. 1779 909 Un3 

Modern part. 42v. 1780 909 Un3m 

Universal hi.^tory of the U. S. 1828. 

973 Un3 

Universal magazine. 1767. v. 41 . .090 Un3 
University of literature. Du Puy, 

20v 800 Un3 

Unknown. Flaramarion 1.34 F61 

Unknown river. Hanierton. .914.4 H17u 

Unseen world. Fiske 814 F54u 

Unspoken sermons. Macdonald.252 M14 

"Unto this last.'' Ruskin .3,30 R89 

Up in Maine. Day 811 D33 

Upham, i\ W. SaUm witchcraft. 

2v U3 Ui>.3 

Upham, T. V. Life of Catherine 

Adorna H A241 

Life of faith 2.34 Up3 

Life of Madame Cuyon. 2v U G989 

Mental philosophy 150 Up3 



298 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Principles of the interior or hid- 
den life 234 Up3p 

Upper room. Watson 242 W33u 

Upton, G. P. Letters of Peregrine 

Pickle 817 Up8 

Standard cantatas 782.8 Up8 

Standard operas 782 Up8 

Standard oratorios 783.3 Up8 

Standard symphonies 785.1 Up8 

Woman in music 780.4 Up8 

Ure, Andrew. Dictionary of arts, 

manufactures ani mines. 2v.R603Ur2 

Supplement R603 Ur2s 

Urquhart, David. Pillars of Her- 
cules. 2v 914.6 UHJ 

Urquhart, W. P. Life and times 
of Francesco Sforza. (Duke of 

Milan.) 2v B S523 

Utah— Governor of. Reports. 1889- 

95 979.2 Ut \g 

V 

Vagabond. Badeau 814 B14 

Vailima letters. 2 v. Stevenson. 

B S848v 

VAmb^ry, Arminius. Story of 

Hung^ary. [Stoi-y nf tfie natmm.) 

943.91 V25 

VanAmrincje, H. H. Nature and 

revelation 232 V26 

Vance, A. T. Real David Harum..B £1246 

Vandyke, Henry. Fisherman's 

luck 814 V28 

Gospel for a world of sin 251 V28^ 

Gospel for an age of doubt 251 V28 

Little rivers 814 V28 1 

Poetry of Tennyson 821 V2;")v 

Sermons to young men 252 V28 

Toiling of Felix 811 V28 

Vandyke, J. C. Art for art's sake. 750 V28 

How to judge a picture 750 V28h 

Text-book of the historv of paint- 
ing 750 V28t 

VanKampen, N. G. History and 
topography of Holland jind Bel- 
gium \m.2 V32 

VanLennep, H. .T. Bible lands.915.()9 V32 
VanSantvoord, George. Life of 

Algernon Sydney B S982 

Lives of the chief justices of the 

supreme court of the U. S. . .920 V30 
Varia. Repplier 814 R29v 



Vattel, Emerich de. Law of na- 
tions 341 V4o 

Vaughn, Henry. Sacred poems. 821 V4() 

Veblen, T. B. Theory of the leis- 
ure class 301 V49 

Vedder, H. C. American writers 

of today 920 V51 

Velasquez de Lacadena, Mari- 
ano. Dictionary of the Spanish 

and English language R463 V54 

New Spanish reader 468 V54 

Venable, W. H. ecL Dramas and 

dramatic scenes 793 V;V) 

School history of the U. S 973 Vm 

Venetian life. Ho wells P14.53 H83 

Venn, Rev. Henry. Complete duty 

of man 230 \3 

Verdi, Guiseppe. II trovatore. .782 Vi^ 

Rigoletto 782 V')8r 

Verestchagin, a. V. At home and 

in war B V')31 

Vermilye, E. B. Life of Alexander 

Duff BD.*^^ 

Viardot, Louis. Wonders of Ital- 
ian art 759 Viio 

Wonders of sculpture 730 V(v) 

Victoria, Alexandrina. Early 

years of Albert, prince consort. B A.'W3 
Leaves from journal in the high- 
lands 914.1 V(K) 

Victorian anthology. St^dman.821.08Si3 

Vic^torian poets. Stedman 821.1 Si3 

Viele, E. L. Hand-book for active 

service 3.')0 VOT 

Views afoot. Taylor 914 T21v 

I Views on vexed questions. Kinsley.818K(>l 

ViCtNETTES of travel. Nevin 914.2 N41 

Viking age. 2v. DuChaillu .... 913.4 D8.') 
Village life in China. Smith.. 915.1 Sinii 
ViXALL, J. W. T. Art and how to 

study it 707 VT3 

Vincent, Frank. Actual Africa.. 916 VT4 
Through and through the tropics.919 VT4 
Vincent, J. H. Modern Sunday- 
school 268 V74 

Vincent, L. H. Hotel de liambouil- 

let and the Precieuses 840 VT4 

ViXKT, Alexander. Homiletics.251 VT5 

Montaigne 204 VT5 

ViRCiiL. .'Kneid 873 V8lc 

Opera 873V81o 

Works. 2v 090 V81 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



299 



Works literally translated 873 V81d Walker, (>rorge. Chess and chess 



ViRGiNlBUS puerisque. Stevenson. 

824St48v 

Vision. Dante 851 D23v 

Vivian, T. J. With Dewev at Man- 



players 794 W15 

Walker, Hugh. Greater Victorian 

poets • 821.1 W16 

Walker. J. R God revealed. ...231 W15 



^^''^ ^"•^•^ ^^^^ ; Philosophy of the plan of salva- 

Vladimir, pseud. Russia on the Pa- i j^Jq^ 234 W15 

citic and the Siberian railway .957 V84 Walker, James. Sermons 252 W15 



VcxJEL, Elise. (Elise Polko.) Musi- 
cal sketches 780.4 V8« 

Voi;el, Hermann. Chemistry of 

lig:ht and photography 771 V86 

Voice of the seven thunders. Mar- 
tin 228M.3« 

Voices of the wind. Reed 811 Ii25 

VoLNEY, C. F. Revolutions of em- 
pires 901 V88 

VoLTAJRE, F. M. A. DE. History of 

( 'harles XII 948.5 V88 

Zadifj ...I 843 V88 

Voyage of the Vega. Nordenskiold. 

;... 919.8 N75 

Voyage to the Cape. Russell . . .916.8 R91 



w 



Walks and homes of Jesus. March. 

2.32.9 M33 

Walks in London. Hare 914.21 H22 

Walks in Rome. Hare 914.56 H22w 

Wallace, A. R. Malay archipelago. 

508.91 W15 

Theory of natural selection 575 W15 

Wonderful century 504 W15 

Wallace, D. M. Russia 914.7 WIS 

Wallace, Ellerslie. Amateur 

photographer 770 W15 

Wallace, H. B. Art and scenery 

in Europe 704 W16 

Walpole. Horace. Anecdotes of 

painting in England 750L W16 

and Park, Thomas. Catalogue of 
noble and royal authors of Eng- 
\Va(;nalls, Mabel. Stars of the land, Si^otland and Ireland. 5v. 

opera 782 W12s | 015.42 W14 

Wagner, Richard. Art life and 1 Walsh, J. H. Horse in the stable 

theories 782.2 W12 ^^^ i° ^^^ ^^^d 636.1 W16 

Life of Beethoven 780 B39w Walsh, .7. J. Memorial of the Fut- 

Wake-ROBIN. Burroughs 814 B97w ' tehgurh missionaries 920 W16 

Wakefield, Homer, cftmp. Wake- j Walsh, W. P. Heroes of the mis- 

field memorial R929.2 qW13 . sion field 920 W168 

Walden. Thoreau 818 T39w ; Modern heroes of the mission field. 

Waldron, G. B. Hand-book on | 920 W 168m 

currency and wealth 332.42 W14 Walter, Emilr What is free 

Prohibition hand-book 178.5 W14 : trade? 337 W17 

WaldsteiN, Charles. Expansion Walwn, Izaak. Lives of Dr. John 

of western ideals 172 W14 Donne and others 920 W17 

Subconscious self 131 W14 '^'"^ Cotton, Charles. Complete 

Walford, Edward. Juvenal. (Anc, angler 799 W17 

claasics,) .877 J!>8v Wanderixcjs over Bible lands and 

Wallszewski, K. History of Rus- ' I *^eas. Charles 915.69 C.38 

sian literature 891.7 W14 Wa^^lrss, W. J. Medical mission. 266 W18 

Walker, C. B. Mississippi valley. Ward, A. W. Chaucer. (Enfj. men 

917.7 Wl.") of kWrs.) B C496 

Walker, F. A. Making of the na- Dickens. {Eny. men of letters.). .B D548w 

tion 973.4 Wi:> Ward, Mrs. E. S. (P. ) Chaptei-s from 

Money 3.32.42 W15 a life B W267 

Political economy 3.30 W15 Story of Jesus Christ 232.9 W21 

Science of wealth .331 \V15 What to wear 391 W21 

Statistical atlas or the U. S. ..R912 fWlo — *ba nl.^o fiction and juvenile. 



300 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



Ward, L. E. Report of the petrified 

forests of Arizona 917.91 W21 

Ward, M. A. Prophets of the nine- 
teenth century B C286w 

Ward, T. H. English poets. 4v. 821.1 W21 

Ward, Thomas. England *s reform- 
ation 821 W212 

Ward, Wilfrid. Life and times of 

Cardinal Wiseman. 2v B W814 

Ware, Henry, jr. Formation of the 

Christian character 248 W22 

Life of the Savior 232.9 W22 

Ware, John. Memoir of the life of 

Henry Ware, jr B W269 

Ware, M. G. Thoughts in my gar- 
den 289.4 W22 

Waring, G. E. Jr. How to drain a 

house 628 W23 '; 

Sanitary drainage of houses and 

towns 628 W23s 

Warner, A. G. American chari- 
ties ;^0 W24 

Warner, Anna. Gardening by my- 
self 716 W24 

Warner, B. E. English history in 

Shakspere-s plays 822.33 Dw 

Warner, C. D. As we were saying. 

...814 W24 

Backlog studies 817 W24 

Baddeck 817 W24b 

In the Levant 915.6 W24 

Life of Washington Irving B 172 w 

My summer in a garden 817 W24m 

On horseback 917 W24 j 

Our Italy 917.94 W24 

People for whom Shakspere wrote. 

822.33 Fw 

Relation of literature to life. . .814 W24r 

Roundabout journey 914 W24 

Saunterings 914 W24.s 

— See (tho Hction and juvenile. 
Warner, Oliver. Statistical in- 
formation relating to industry 

in Massachusetts H(K) W24 : 

Warren, Charle.s, ./7. author. Set 

Wilson, C.W. 1 

Warren, I). M. Elementary trea- 
tise (m physical geography .551.4 qW25 
Warren, F. M. Primer of French 

literature 840.9 W25 

Warren, H. W. Recitations in as- 
tronomy 523 \V25 



Washburne, E. B. Correspond- 
ence 944.08 W27 

Washington, B. T. Future of 

American negro 326 W27 

Washington, George. Diary . . . B W318 

Rules of conduct 308 W27r 

Writings. 12v 308 W2T 

Washington, J. B. Footprints of 
the ages 909 W27 

Washington and the generals of 
the American revolution B W318w 

Washington centenary B W31fic 

Wasielwski, W. J. von. Life of 

Schumann 780 Sch8 

Waterbury, Rev, J. B. Memoir of 
the Rev. John Scudder B S43fi 

Waterhouse, Sylvester. West- 
ward movement of capital. .917.78 W2y 

Watson, E. P. Small engines and 

boilers 621.1W33 

Watson, Elkanah. Men and times 

of the revolution 920 \V33 

Watson, J. S. Life of George Fox. 

BFT92W 

WATSON,/fe»r. John. (lanMaclaren.) 

C^hurch folks 204 W33 

Cure of souls 251 WXi 

Mind of the Master 242 \V3:i 

Potter's wheel 252 W33p 

Upper room 242 W33u 

— See aha fiction. 

Watson, Samuel. Clock struck 

three 133.9 WXi 

Watson, William. Treatise on the 

law of partnership 090 \V3:i 

Watts, H. E. Christian recovery 
of Spain. (SUny of the mitiotM.) 

946.02 \V;W 

Watts, Isaac. Horae lyricae and 

Divine songs 821 \Vii4 

Improvement of the mind .370 W.'W 

Waugh, Arthur. Robert Brown- 
ing. ( Westminster biographies. ) . B B885\» 

Way to do good. Abbott 24() Ab2 

W a yland, Francis. Memoir of life 
and labors of Rev. Adoniram 

Judson. 2v B Ji^^^ 

Sermons 252 \V3<i 

Ways of life no W:rw 

Wealth of nations. Smith 330 Sinn 

Weaver, G. S. Aims and aids for 

girls and young women 170 \V31 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



301 



Hopes and helps for the young. 170 W37h 
Lectures on mental sc if nop accord- 
ing U. phrenology 138 WST 

Webb, a. S. Peninsuia 913.73 W.W 

Webb, Beatrice, Jt. author. Set 

Webb. Sidoey- 
Webb, H. L. Telephone hand-book. 

5.17.82 W.18 

Webb, Sidney and Webb, Bea- 
trice. History of trade union- 
ism 331.88 W38 

Webbe, William, niucmirse ot 

English poetry 821.1 W38 

Weber, C. M. von. Der FreiwhOtK. 

782 W38 

Oberon 782 W38o 

Wei4)i:h. George. Outlines of uni- 
versal history WW W,38 

Webster, Daniel. Bunker Hill 

nnHiument orations 815 W3»b 

fireat orations 81.') W3!l I 

Private w r res pond em-e. 2 v. ...816 W3fl 

Works. 6 V Hir, W3» 

Werster, Noah. American dic- 

tionarj- IM23 W3« 

laternatlonal dictionary R423 W.3»i 

Webster, T. attd Parkes, Mm. 
Encyclopedia of domestic econ- 
omy «40 W39 

Webster, W. F. I'^nglish: composi- 
tion and literature 808 W3« 

Week on the Concord and Merri- 
mack. Thore&u 818 TItDwe 

Weeks, T. D. Manufacture of coke 

in ISJB :t.m4 W4I 

Petroleum in 1893 6»r>.5 W41 

Production of natural gas in ISM. 

:J.38.2 W41 

Weems, M. L. Life of Benjamin 

Franklin B F831w 

Weir, James, Jr. Dawn of reason. 

51(1.5 WW 

Weiss, M, C. History of the French 

Pnttesttinl refugees. 3 v 272 W43 

WELCH, A. S. Ohjei-l es.-'un<....372 W44 

WeldoN. Fancj uostuiiiew 3»1 W4.'i 

Weli>-worn roadx of Spain, Hol- 
land and Italy. Smith 914.li Sm5 

Welles, Gideon. Lives of Lincoln 

and Seward B l.,7:Ww 

Wellinuton, a. M. li^nomic the- 
ory of the location of railways. 
1125.1 W4ii 



Wellington, A. W., Dukt of. 

Words 828 W46 

Wells, B. W, Modern French lit- 
erature ,«40.»W46 

Modern (iennsn lileraHirc X'.iO W46 

Wells, U. a. Natural philosophy 

for the use of schools 530 W4fl 

Science of common things 530 W46s 

Theory and practice ot ta;tation. 

.336.2 W46 

Wells, J. B. Red record: lynch- 

Ings in the U. S 343.2 W40 

Wells, W H. Graded course of 
instruction for public schools. 
375W4fi 

Wells, Walter. Water power of 

Maine 627 W46 

Wendell, Barrett. Literary his- 
tory of America 8ia 9 W48 

William Shakspere 822..33 Dwe 

Weppner, Mabgaretha. North 

star and southern cross. 2v..910 W4U 

Wkk.vkr, v.. 3. Readings and recl- 

Utiiins 808.5 W49 

WF>i[.KY John-. Sermons. 2v. .252 W51 

Wrs[.eyaNa. 1895. V. 1 378.4 II 6w 

West. M. A- Childhood 173 W62 

West, Nathaniel. (Complete an- 

al.vM>i of the Holy Bible. . ..220.2 qW52 

Westall, Hev. H. A. What do Uni- 
tarians believe? 288 W52 

WestooTT, TH().'dPSnN. (Juide-lKSik 

U, I'liilsdflphia It74.81 W52 

Western adventure. Mcilunn iin,3M13 

Western monthly. 1870. v. 3...051W52 

Westminster w>n[essian ot ^aith.ifio W52 

Westminster review. 1888-79. v. 

RH-I 2 052 W53 

Wtrrdsysat KdgewoiKl. MitcheI1.818M«9w 

Wetmore, H. C. Last of the great 

scouts BC«7I 

Wharton, A. H. Colonial daysand 

dames 917.32 WiV. 

Through eolonial doorways. .917.32 W55t 

WHAimiN Mrr. RdITH iliul COD- 
MAN, (XlDEN. Decoration of 

houseH tU5 \V55 

— Sfe iiiwi fiction. 

Wharton, Francis, nl Hevolu- 
tionary diplomatic coiTespond- 
ence of U. S. Ilv 973.32 WM 

What hII the world's a-seeklng. 

Trine 171.4 T73 



302 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



What is art? ToUto.v mi Tr>8 

What is electricity? Trowbridge..S37 TI'i 

What Is good English. Pecit 814 P33 

What our girls ought to know. 

Studle.v lH3St9 

What Hhull our boys doforalivingV 

Wingate 174 WT2 

What shall we eat? 641 W55 

What social classes owe to each 

other. Sumner 3.1(1 Su6 

WHAT to eat. HosJtins BU.-f H7« 

What womeD can earn. Dodge. Sttti.n D6li 

Whatcheer. Durfee 811 Dli:f 

WhATELEY, Richard. Elements ot 

logic IfiO Woo 

Rlementsof rhetoric WW W.ij 

f^seays dd some of the peeutlarities 

of the (:hrlsttaD religion 2i)4 W^.V) 

Wheatdn, Henry, Jt. milluir. Ha- 

Crichton. 
Wheeler, B. I. Alexander the 

(ireat B A:(78w 

Whbeleu, V. H. Ten years on the 

Buphraien a\'iS W5tj 

Wheelkk. K. .1. Prohibition. . 178.;", Woii irames 71i:! \V.> 

Wheeler, J. H. ( 'ase ot Passmure 

Williamwin ;J47.1 W'rti ' ■'^■' "' 

Wheei.er. .r. T. Life and travel of , White, R. W. Words and their 

Herodotus. 2v JWK H4;tyw I ''*^'* 42H.3\\'>!' 

Short history of India H.Vt Wr)fi , WHITE, Tritmbui.L. Our war with 

Wheeler, L.N. Kon-iirnerinChinii ^P»'" for Cuba's freedom. ..aUHtt". 

;i.-,l w.Hl! White. W. K. Poetical works.. 821 w: 

Wheeler. W. a. Ilinionary of the > n'HiTf^ William. Life of Emanuel 

noted names of tlclioii .ItW)."! A'.W | Swedenborg BSM 

Who wnrteiL? UWcKt W.'iitw White umbrella in Mexico. Smith. 

- -jl. milh:,-. tin Hole. 
Wheei-OCK, F. a. CalifiuniHtour, 



Suc«etis and its conditions 814 W."b 

Whipple, H. B. Lights and shad- 
ows of a long episcopate B WJT.l 

Whiston, William, tr. Works of 

Flavius Joseph H8 M3 .1"- 

Whitaker, Joseph. Almanat-. 

1901 314 W^ 

White, A. D. History of the war- 
fare of science with theology in 
Christendom, 2v 21.i W.> 

White, C. A. Classic literature. .880 W-'* 

White, E. J. Life of William 

Miller B Mini 

White, Gilbert. Natural hisiorv 

and antiquities of Selborne. , .591 W.'> 

White, Henby. Early history of 
New England H74 W.V 

White, Horace. Money and hanlc- 
injf 3;(142\v:.K 

White, Jame.i. Eighteen Christian 

centurierf "iW ^^'■''^ 

Life and early experiences of.lo- 

seph Bates B Bii:"" 

White, Mary. Book of a hundred 



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Character ilikI c h a ruct eristic men. 

814 W.n 

Essays and i>eviews. v. 1 fU W.".7t 

Lltei-aluiv and life «14 W."j7 

Literature of the age of I'llixaI.et li. 

8211.4 W.T 



»n.2 S(u."> 
Whitehead, John. Life of John 

Wesley B Wr.l3«- 

whitehkad, William. Etolle.,811 WjI' 
Whitinij, Lilian. Kate Field. ...B F4.''4 
Study of Elizabeth Barrett Brown- 
ing BB!<*1 

World beautiful 814 W.iHi 

Whitman, Walt. Leavesot grass. 

811 \\VW> 

Whitmarsh. C. S, Prayers of the 

nc.-s 244 WS!' 

WntTNEY, .Vra. A. D. T. Friendly 

litters to girl friends 170 Wfil 

Pansies...,". UllWfil 

- -Sii iilsi. lii-Iion and juvenile. 
Whitney. W. 1». Essentialsof Kng- 

li-sh grammar 425 Wfil 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



303 



Language and the study of lan- 
guage 410 W61 

Life and growth of language 409 W61 

Oriental and linguistic studies. 

2v 404 W61 

Whittier, J. G. Complete poetical 

works 811 W61 

Hazel blossoms 811 W61h 

Miriam and other poems 811 W61m 

Pennsylvania pilgrim 811 W61p 

Prose works. 2v .' . . .814 W61 

Songs of three centuries 811.08 W61 

Tent on the beach 811 Wttlt 

— See also juvenile. 
Who wrote the Bible? Gladden. ..220 G45 
Why I am what I am. MacArthur.280 Mil 
W^HYMPER, Edward. Chamonix and 

th<j range of Mont Blanc. . .914.94 W62 
Scrambles among the Alps. .914.94 W628 
Whymper, Frederick. Travel in 

Alaska 917.98 W62 

WiCKER-SHAM, J. P. Methods of in- 
struction 371.3 W63 

School economy 371 W()3 

WiCKES, F. H. it, author. See Pull- 
man. 

Wide, Anders. Hand-book of med- 
ical gymnastics 615.82 W63 

VVIGGIN, Mrs, K. D. See Riggs, Mrs. 
K. (D.) W. 

WILBERFORCE, ARCHIBALD, e<L 

Great battles of all nations. 2v.lM)4 WG4 
WILBERFORCE, R. I. Inquiry into the 

principles of church authority . 2(52 W64 
Wilcox, Mrs, Ella (W.) Maurine 

and other poems 811 W64 

Poems of passion 811 W64p 

Wild beasts and their ways. Baker.599 B17 

Wild garden. Robinson 716 Ro6w 

Wilder, M. L. Memoir of liobert 

Moffat B M695 

Wilder, R P. Among India's stu- 
dents 266.54 W64 

WlLDMAN,ROUN8EVILLB. As talked 

in the sanctum 814 W64 

WiLHEiM, THOMA.S. Military dic- 
tionary and gazetteer 11355 W64 

WiLKiNS, Charles, tr. Fables and 

proverbs from the Sanskrit. 8Jil. 2 W65 
WiLKiNS, Daniel. Narcotics. 6 l.X 8 W(j5 
WILKINSON, J. G. Popular account 

of the ancient Egyptians. 2v. .9:^2 W65 



Wilkinson, J. J. G. Emanuel Swe- 

denborg B S974w 

Wilkinson, W. C. College Greek 

course in English 880 W65 

College Latin course in English. 870 W65 
Preparatory Greek course in Eng- 
lish 880 W65p 

Preparatory Latin course in Eng- 
lish 870 W65p 

WiLLARD, Emma. History of the 

U. S 973 W66 

WiLLARD, F. E. Glimpses of fifty 

years B W692 

Nineteen beautiful years B W693w 

WiLLARD, JosiAH FLINT. Tramp- 
ing with tramps. 339 W66t 

WiLLEBY, Charles. Masters of 

English music 780 W66 

William of Malmesbury. Chron- 
icle of the kings of England. .942 W67 

William Winston Seaton B S441 

Williams. Life and times of Well- 
ington. 2v B q W452w 

Williams, B. S. Choice stove and 

green - house flowering plants. 

2v 716 W67 

Orchid grower's manual 584.15 W67 

Williams, Donnelly and To. Di- 
rectory of Illinois 917.73 W67 

Williams, H. T. ed. Window gar- 
dening 716 W673 

—Jt, author. See Jones, C. S. 

Williams, H. W. Our eyes and how 

to take care of them 613 W67 

Williams, R. P. Introduction to 

chemical science 540 W67 

Williams, Mis, Taloott. Story of 
a woman's municipal campaign 
for school reform in Philadel- 
phia 364 W67 

Williams, Thomas and Calvert, 

.Tames. Fiji and the Fijians.919.6l W67 

Williams, W. M. Chemistry of 

cookery 641 W67 

Williamson, Joseph. Bibliogra- 
phy of the state of Maine. 2v. 
016.9741 W67 

Williamson, Passmore, j7 . authctr. 

See Wheeler. 

Willis, N. P. Poems 811 W67 

WiLLisON, liev, .TOHN. Afflicted 

man's companion 236 W67 

WiLLOUOHBY, Lady, Diary B W739 



:u)4 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



WiLLSEY, J. H. comp. Harper's 

book of facts R903 W(58 

WiLLSON, Mrs, A. M. Lives of Mrs. 
Ann H. Judson, Mrs. Sarah R 
Judson and Mrs. Emily C. Jud- 
son B J94w 

WiLLSON, Marcius. History of the 

U. S. to 1858 »73 W68 

Wilson, Andrew. Abode of snow. 

915.15 W69 

Wilson, C. W. and Warren, 
Charles. Recovery of Jerusa- 
lem 913.33 W69 

Wilson, Elisabeth. Scriptural 
view of woman ^s rights "and du- 
ties 396 W69 

Wilson, Erasmus. System of hu- 
man anatomy 611 W69 

Wilson, F. M. Primer on Brown- 
ing 821 B822yw 

Wilson, Francis. Eugene Field I 

knew B F453 

Wilson, Hec. George. Kingdom of 

God developed 201 qW69 

Wilson, Henry. Rise and fall of 

the slave trade in America. 3v.326 W69 

Wilson, J. G. Bryant and his 

friends 920 W69 

Wilson, John. Treatise on English 

punctuation 421 W69 

Unitarian principles 288 W69 

Wilson, John. (Christopher North.) 
Recreations of Christopher 
North 824 W69 

WIL.SON, .John., Maginn, J. G., 
LOCKHART, J. H. Noctes ani- 
brosiana*. 5v 828 W69 

Wilson, R. A. Conquest of Mexico. 

972.02 W69 

Wilson, Rev. S. (i. Persian life 

and customs 915.5 W69 

Wilson, Samuel. George Paull . . B P.329 

Wilson, Woodrow. ( 'ongressional 

government 342.73 W69 

Division and reunion. [Epochu of 

Aimr. hist,) 973.5 W()9 

George Washington B W318wi 

State 350 W69 

WiNBlGLER, Rev, C. F Christian 

science 615.^51 W72 

WiNCHELL, ALEXANDER. Doctrine 

of evolution 575 W72 



Pre- Adamites 573 W12 

Reconciliation of science and reli- 
gion 215 W72 

Sketches of creation 550 WT2 

WINCHESTER, C. T. Some princi- 
ples of literary criticism 809 WT2 

WiNCKELMANN, JOHN. HlStOry of 

ancient art. v. 1 709 W"2 

History of ancient art among the 
Greeks 709.38 W72 

Window gardening. William8.716 W673 

WiNDT, Harry de. Through the 
gold-fields of Alaska 917.98 \VT2 

Wines, E. C. Commentaries on the 
laws of the ancient Hebrews.220.9 \VT2 

Wines, F. H. Punishment and ref- 
ormation 360 WT2 

Wing ATE, C. E. L. Shakspere's he- 
roes on the stage 822.33 Gw 

Shakspere's heroines on the stage. 
822.33 Gwi 

—jt, atUhar, See McKay. 
WiNGATE, C. F. What shall our 

boys do for a living 174 vV *- 

Winning of the west. Roosevelt. 

4v 977 R6i 

WiNSLOW, H. M. Concerning cats. 

..636.8 W73 

WiNSOR, Justin. Christopher Co- 
lumbus BC726vf 

Mississippi basin 973.2 W73 

Reader's hand-book of the Amer- 
ican revolution 016.973 \V"2 

Westward movement 977 W73 

— ecL Narrative and critical his- 
tory of America. 8 v R970 q\V73 

Winter, William. Jeffersons . . B J4»^>»^ 

Shadows of the stage. 3 v 792 W73 

Shakspere's England 914.2 W73s 

Winterburn, F. H. From the 

child's standpoint 150 VTti 

Winthrop, Rev, Edward. Char- 
acteristics and laws of prophetic 

symbols 220.6 \V73 

Winthrop, R. C. Life and letters 

of .Tohn Winthrop B W793 

— and Daniels, W. B. Orations 
at the dedication of the Wash- 
ington monument B W318wd 

Wirt, William. Letters of the 

British spy 816 VH^ 

Sketches of the life and character 

of Patrick Henrv B H523w 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



305 



\"iscoNsiN Farmers' Institute. 
Hand-book of agriculture. 1893- 

98 630.6 W75 

Vise, J. S. End of an era 973.7 W75 

^^LSHART, A. W. Short history of 

monks and monasteries 271 W7r> 

nsHiNG-CAP papers. Hunt 824 H91w 

^"ISHING stone. Abt 782.8 Ab8 

^^ITH a pessimist in Spain. Nixon. 

914.6 Na5 

TiTH both armies in South Africa. 

Davis 968.2 D29 

ViTH Dewey at Manila. Vivian. 973.9 V83 
ViTH Kitchener to Khartum. Steev- 

ens 962 St3 

ViTH the fathers. Mc Master.. 973. 4 M225 
ViTH trumpet and drum. Field .811 F45w 
ViTHlNand without. Macdonald.821 M14w 
ViTHROW, W. H. Catacombs of 

liome 719 W77 

Makers of Methodism 920 W77 

ViTS and beaux of society. Thom- 
son 920 T38w 

^OERMANN, Karl, Jt. mUhor. See 

Woltmann. 
t'oLCOTT, J. A. Song-blossoms.. 811 Wa3 
^'^oixx)TT, Oliver. Memoirs of the 
administrations of Washington 

and Adams. 2v 353 W83 

/"OLFERT's Roost. Irving 817 Ir8w 

roLTMANN, Alfred and Woer- 
mann, Karl. History of ancient, 
early Christian and mediieval 
painting. 2v R75() W83 

k^OM AN in mu.sic. Upton 780.4 Up8 

roMAN in the nineteenth century. 

Ossoli 31K) 087 

^''OMAN tenderfoot. Thompson.. 917. 9 T37 
Toman's Foreign Missionary So- 
ciETY Presbyterian Chur(^h. 
Historical sketches of the mis- 
sions under the care of the 

Board of Foreign Missions 266 W84 

V'OMAN's Paris 914.436 W84 

Roman's work and woman's cul- 
ture. Butler 396 B97 

VOMAN'S work for woman. 1891- 

i>8. V. (5-13 20.J \V84 

V^OMAN'S work in America. Meyer. 

3m)M57 

Voman'S worth and worthlessness. 

Dodge 396 I)6(>;') 



Woman 's w rongs. Dod ge 396 D665 w 

Women and economics. Gilman. .396 G42 

Women in the business world . . .396.5 W84 

Women of Israel. 2v. Aguilar. .920 Ag9 

Women of tl)e last days of old France. 

Roberts 914.4 R54 

Women of the Valois court. Saint- 

Amand 920 Sal8 

Women of the war. Moore 973.77 M78 

Wonderful century. Wallace . . 504 W15 

Wonders of glass-making in all 

ages. Sauzay .666 Sa8 

Wonders of Italian art. Viardot..759 V65 

Wonders of Pompeii. Monnier. 913.37 M75 

Wonders of sculpture. Viardot . . 7.30 V65 

Wonders of the deep. Scheie de 

Vere 504 Sch2 

Wonders of the heavens. Flamma- 

rion 523 F61 

Wonders of the Yellowstone. Rich- 
ardson 917.87 R39 

Wonders of vegetation. Marion. .582 M33 
Wonders of water. Ti8sandier..551 .4 T52 
Wood, Alphonso. Class-book of 

botany 580 W85 

Wood, Henry. I'olitical economy 

of natural law 330 W85 

Wood, J. G. Homes without hands. 

591.5 W85 

Illustrated natural history. 3v. .590 W85 

Wood, K. B. Quotations for occa- 
sions R808.8 W85 

Wood, .M. S. England and the Ori- 
ent 910 W85 

W(X)D, Stanley. Over the range 

to the Golden Gate 917.9 Wa5 

Wood-working tools 690.7 W85 

WooDBERRY, G. E. Life of Edgar 

Allen Poe B P743 

Woodbury, W. H. Shorter course 

with the German language 4.38 W85 

Woodcraft. Seal's 796 Sel 

W(X)DF0RD, A. B. Use of silver as 

money in the U. S 3.32.42 W85 

Woodhull, V. ( :. and Claflin, T. 
(\ Human body the temple of 
God I 324.3 Waj 

W(X^druff, G. H. Forty years ago. 

977.32 W87 

Woods, H. Presbyterian contro- 
versy 285 W86 

Woods, Leonard. Lectures on in- 
fant baptism 2(>5 W8(> 



■.tm 



AUTHOlt AND TITLE LIST. 



W<X)DWARI), S. P. Manual of the 

motlusca , S»4 W&i 

WoOL-OATHEBiNG, Dodge UIT.S me 

WooLEY,J. G.j/.«ufft..r. /SMDicklP. 

WOOLMAN, .riiHN Jiuinuil ., B WH14 

WOOLSEY, T.D. International "law.34IW88 
WOOLSEY. T. S. America's foreign 

policy 337.73 WW j 

Woor,80N. A. (5. Dress reform.. 3!tl W88 [ 

Woman in American society 3B« W88 1 

Wooi:,STONECHAFT, Mary. MeeGod- 1 

win, Mary. I 

WoKCESTER, D. ('. Philippine Is- ' 

lands and their people MH.14 W8it! 

Worcester, Mm. J. H. j,-. Ufe of \ 

David Livingstone B L"««w I 

Worcester, Noah. Bible news. .OiK) WSlt | 

Words for the hour. Howe 811 H83 - 

Words in season. Browning 24» B82 ] 

Words, their use and abuse Math- 

t'ws 428.3 .M42 

WtiKDswoRTH, DOKOTHV. Kecollec- I 

tionsoF a tour made in Scotland. 

ai4.i Wft« 

Wordsworth, William. Poetical | 

worlts. 7v 821 qW8« I 

Wohker-S: iheeawt. WyckolI..3.tl.8 W«7 I 
Worker.'*; the west. Wycifofl. 3.11.8 W(l7w I 

World. :iv 834 ciiw ! 

World almanac. IHV'-dalr It3n W«» I 

World beautiful. Whiting. . . .814 wrm \ 

World on wheels. Taylor 814 T21w 

World |H(l[tii;s. Kelnsch 3i"i R27 j 

World '.s best botikw. Parsons. . . .028 Pii ■ 

World's own. Howe 811 HStw 

Worman. .1. H. French echo. .448.2 \\'f» I 
Wkaxali,. N. W. Menmii-s of m.y i 

own time »42.'(I7 W112 ' 

Wkkiht, C. D. IiiiiiLstriul evolution i 

of the U.S 331 W«;f 1 

Outline of practical sociology . . .3(11 WM j 
Wrioht. C^aleh. India and its in- : 

habiiants 1I1.k4 vV»3 ' 

WR10ht,.I.M. Aroongtlie Alaskans. 

illl.ll*' WM 

Wrioley, Edmund. Woiking man's 

way to wealth 3;M \V!)3 1 

WURTZ, C. A. Atomic theory... .541 \\'>m' 
WYATT,«irTHOMAS. Poetical works. | 

821 \V07 

WYCKOFF, W. a. Workei-s: thf | 

east 331.8 W117 : 

Workers: the west ill.K Wli7w i 



XenophON, Anabasis 888 X2» 

Institutio Cyri 888 SS 

Memorabilia of Socrates 888X2iii 

Opera. 3v 888 Xi 

Whole works 888 Hit 



Yacht voyage. Blackwood 11111.8 Bj6 

Yaooy, L. W. and Haines. T. L 

Museum of antiquity Stl3 Yl 

VANOTZEvallevandbevond. Bishop, 

2v ." !»1->.1B54 

Yankee in Canada. Thoreau. . .818TW.V 
Yankees in the east. Curtis, Sv.itKC'tt*. 
Year from a reporter's note-book. 

Davis 814 Da^S 

Year in the Helds. Burroughs. .814 £ 
Yellowstone National Park. 

Report of Huperintendent. 1880- ., 

»9 un.HTVe:'^^ 

Yesterday, today and forever. 

Bickersteth 821 W^"- 

Ye-stKHDAY;^ in the Philippines. 

Stevens «1S.14 S^^* 

Yesterdays with authors. Fieids.l)2()i''4u- "'" 
Yonoe. C M. Cameos from English 

history. Her. 1-2 SW2 ^■ ^ 

Christians and Moors of Spain. t)4ti.C \ 

Hannah More B M81'"^*^'' 

Landmarks of ancient history lt3il V _" 

Landmarks of medineval history. !I4<>.1 \ 
Landmarks of modern history.. .MO. 7 \ 

Mvkriu AntoinettL' D .M33 

Musings ovriilii' 'Christian year'' 

and "Lyra Innocentlum" 242 \ '^ 

—Hre ulm Action and juvenile. 
YosEMiTE National Park. Re- 

?ort of acting superintendent. 
%'je-m 9i7.!t4 Vl— ** 

YocMANS, E. L. Chemistry and 

chemical atlas 540 [^ '' 

Hand-book of household science. .tiU W " 
—ed. Culture demanded by mod- 
ern life .17.1 ■^''' 

Yoc.vo.A.W. Araerii-anstiilesman.-i'TJ^''' j 
Citizen's manual of govvrnraent I 

and law 328 Vt^ 

Introduction to the science of gov- 
ernment 342.73 Vt>S 

YouN'o, Alexander. History otthe 
Netherlands MB.2 y 



AUTHOR AND TITLE LIST. 



.107 



fG, E. R. On the Indian trail. 

266.78 Y8 

vikapun: or, How the gospel 
reached the Nelson river In- 



Zachos, J. C. New American 

speaker 808.5 Zl 



CO, Edward. Poetical works. 

•2 821 Y8 

HI, Edward* Immigration . .325 Y92 
'«, J. R. Jt, mUhfjr, See Haw- 
lorne. 

^G, John. Physical geography. 

651.4 Y8 



dians 266.71 Y8 i ^^BALLOS. E. S. Arbitration upon a 

part of the national territory of 
the Misiones disputed by the U. 

S. of Brazil, v. 1 »82 Zel 

Argument for the Argentine re- 
public upon the question with 
Brazil in regard to the terri- 
tory of Misiones 982 Zela 

G house-keeper. Alcott 640 Al 1 ^^^^'s condensed cyclopaedia R031 Z3 

G lady *B oracle 793 Y8 I I^^scriptive hand atlas of the world. 

G man's guide. Alcott 170 Al 1 , R»12 Z3 

GHUSBAND, FRANCIS. South I ZiMMERN, HELEN. Hansa towns. 

frica of today 968.2 Yo8 H^tory of the 7iatioiM,) 943 Z6 

GHUSBAND, G. J. Philippines Maria Edgeworth B E23 

Ld round about 919.14Yo8 ^^hokke, Heinrich. History of 

forces and how to use them. Switzerland 949.4 Z8 

"l^ord 131 M89 

i^. Browne 915.6 B81 



See (lUn fiction. 



f\CT\ON 



Fiction. 



tat. Constantin. Hal6vv HltiS 

»»OT. Scott S431m 

KI3ALLAH. Laboulaye L121 

K>uT, Edmond. Man with the 

broken ear .A156 

k::»ut Catherine de Medici. Balzac. 

B198V.3-4 

8-V5ENTEE. Edgeworth E23 

C'^MPLISHED gentleman. Sturgis. .8935 

<:x)RDiNG to Plato. Moore M822 

^ttoss the campus. Fuller F9655 

'X^ION and the word. Matthews. ...M438 

^-AM Bede. Eliot E42 

^dTiONAL memoirs of my youth. 

I-^martine L217 

^X'ENTURER of the north. Parker. .P239 
>^'ENTURES of an attorney. War- 
ren • W293 

> VENTURES of Caleb Williams. 

Godwin G592 

^VENTURES of Captain Horn. 

Stockton S8()0 

=^VENTURE.s of Eran(;ois. Mitchell . .Mt>82 
^VENTURES of Gil Bias. Le Sage . . L()22 
CiVENTURES of Harry Richmond. 

Meredith M5r)9 

*^VENTURES of Master Tyl Owl- 

Iflass. Mackenzie. M157 

tDVENTURES of Philip. Thackeray. .T303 
»:)VENTURES of Sherlock Holmes. 

Doyle D7r>4 

DVENTURE.S of Telemachus. Fene- 

lon F332 

'IvoNE A2;')l 

FIELD and afloat. Stockton SSGHa 

FLOAT and ashore. Cooper C777 

PRICAN nights entertainment. Daw- 
son D272 

FTER-DINNER stoHes. Balzac B198a 

.FTERMATH. Allen A427 

FTER WARDS and other stories. 

Watson W339 

GAIN.ST the stream. Charles C47r) 



Agatha's husband. Craik 0887 

Agenor de Mauleon. 2v. Dumas. ..D886 
Ager, Carolus, pseud. See Field, 
C. K. 

Agnes of Sorrento. Stowe S892 

Aguilar, Grace. Days of Bruce. 2v . A283 

Home scenes and heart studies A283h 

Vale of cedars A283v 

Woman's friendship A283w 

AILIEFORD A293 

AINS WORTH, W.H. Tower of London. A297 
*'AlRY, fairy Lilian. " Hungerford. . H936 

Alabaster box. Besant B554 

Albert Lunel. Brougham B875 

Albert Sa varus. Balzac. . .B198 v. 19-20 

Alcestis. Cornish C8I8 

Alcott, L. M. Modern Mephistoph- 

eles; and (A) whisper in %he dark.A355 

Moods A356m 

Alden, Mrs, LSABELLA(M.) (Pan- 
sy.) Aunt Hannah and Martha 
and John A358 

Chautauqua girls at home A358c 

Chrissy's endeavor A358ch 

Cunning workmen A358cu 

Echoing and re-echoing A358e 

Kighty-seven A358ei 

Endless chain A358en 

Esther Reid A3o8e8 

Esther Keid yet speaking A.3o8ey 

Four girls at Chautauqua A3»58f 

Hall in the grove A.358h 

Her associate members A358he 

Household puzzles A.3i)8ho 

Interrupted A358i 

.John Remington, martyr A358J 

Judge Burnham's daughters A358jb 

Julia Reid A358jr 

King's daughter A358k 

Links in Rebecca's life A3o8 1 

Making fate A358m 

Man of the house A358ma 

Mrs. Solomon Smith looking on.. A3.58mi 
Modern sacrifice A.V)8mo 



:no fu:ti()N. 

New graft on the family tree A3')8n AMERICAN. James J-** 

One commonplace day A358o ' American baron. DeMille DM 

Only ten cents A358on | American cardinal. Leavitt L4^^ 

Overruled A3580V | AMERICAN claimant. Clemens Ct)2o 

Pocket measure A3r)8p American girl. Anderson A54^ 

Randolphs Aa^^Sr AMERICAN politician. Crawford (M 

Ruth Erskine's crosses A358ru American senator. Trollope T84T 

Seven-fold trouble A;i58s AMOS Judd. Mitchell ' M6813 

Spun from fact A^oHsp Andersen, H. C. Improvisatore. . .A.>44 

Stephen Mitchell's journey A3r)88t Sand hills of Jutland A544s 

Wanted A3r)8w Two baronesses. 2v A.>44i 

What'she said and what she meant. , Anderson, O. S. L. American girl. .AJ4J* 

* A.3r)8wa j Anderson, W. H. Catholic Crusoe. ,A543 

What they couldn't A:5;38wh Andreas Hofer. Mundt M9(w 

Wise and otherwise A;^')8wi Andronike. Xenos ^^ 

and Foster, Mrs. I. H. From dif- | Angel in a web. Ralph Rl*^"^ 

ferent standpoints A3r>8fr i Anglomanics. Harrison H318 

Aldrich, T. B. Marjorie Daw A'M'h'^ i Anna Karenina. Tolstoy T<)M 

Queen of Sheba A36r)q ANNALS of a baby. Stebbins S-Sll 

Anne. Woolson ^^^1^ 



'P 



Two bites at a cherry A3(w)t 

Alexander, Mrs. pseud. See Hector, ' Anne Mainwaring. Ridiey ^'^^ 

J/r,s. Annie (F.) | ANNE of Geierstein. Scott ^^^ 

Alexander, S. B. Veiled beyond .. A.378 ■ Another study of woman. Balzac. 

Alfred Hagirt's household. Smith..S(542 ■ B198 v.5-(i 

Al( jer, Horatio .//*. Helen Ford . . . A39r) ' Anteros. Lawrence Lrl-^ 

Alice Lorraine. Blackmore Bt)29 Antiquary. Scott i5431f 



Alice of old Vincennes. Thompson . .T474 



Antoinette. Oh net ^^^^^ 



Alicia Warlock. Collins C713 Antonina. Collins ^'"l'}* 

All sorts and conditions of men. i April hopes. Howells U^>^ 

Bi'sant Br)r)4a i April's lady. Hun^erford . U^XM 

Allan Quartermain. Hag«rard H14r) Arabesques. Greenouj^fh ^»^^'^ 

Allan's wife. Hagjjard H14')a Arachnr 2v. Ebers KJ|' 

Allen. (;rant. Miss Cay ley *s ad- i Archibald Cameron Ai)"^ 

ventures A42r)m Ardath. Corelli ^ "'*' 

What's bred in the bone A42r)\v Ardkn Massiter. Barry ^-^^ 

Allen,.!. L. Afternialh A427 xVrdis Claverden. Stockton S^^'' 

Choir invisible A427c AiilUS, the Libyan.* Kouns ^^ 

Flute and violin A427f Armadale. Collins ('71>J^ 

Kentucky cardinal A427k Armageddon. Waterloo ^^•^-' 

Reign of law A427r Armorel of Lyonesse. Besant — B-Wir 

Allen, Mrs. .Josiah. ftsfud. So Arms and the woman. McGrath — M^"^' 

Holly, Mrs. Marietta H. ARMSTRONG, A. E. Three brijjhl 

Allen. Will. Sunny side of the j>irls A"-^> 

Cumberland A4;{2 arne. Bj(>rnson BH'J 

All's dross but love. Lancaster L244 ART of living. Grant ('^"^- 

Alonk. Terhune TMH ' ARTHUR, T. S. Heart histories and 

Alpine fay. Bnrslenbinder Bl>72 life pictures ATi^lb 

Alroy. Disraeli DOl.J Light on shadowed paths Ai^'l^ 

Altiora Teto. ( )liphant ()4() ( )ur neighbors * A"i'l^^ 

Alton Locke. Kingsley K.V) ( )ut in the world AT9l(»u 

AMAZON. Dingelstedt l)r,84 What came afterwards A"^!*^ 

AMELI/V. Fielding I^Mo!) Woman to the rescue A79l*^ 



FICTION. 



311 



*^HTHUR Bonnicastle. Holland H735 , 

^S common mortals A798 

As it was written. Harland H283 | 

ASCANIO. 2v. Dumas D886a 

AscHENBROEDEL. Carrington CMS I 

ASPENDALE. Preston P938 

Associate hermits. Stockton S866as | 

At a winter's fire. Crapes C239 

At odds. Tautphoeus '. T299 

At the councillor's. John J04 . 

At the court of Catherine the Great. I 

Whishaw W576 

At the mercy of Tiberius. Wilson . . W74« I 
At the sign of the cat and racket. 

Balzac BIttS v. 7-8 ^ 

Atheist's mass. Balzac. . . . B198 v. 11-12 , 
Atherton, Mrs Gertrude. Sen- j 

ator North AmS 

Attic philosopher. Souvestre S729 ' 

A.UERBACH, Berthold. Black For- I 

est village stories A917 i 

Britfitta A917b ; 

Edelweiss A917e ; 

German tales A917g \ 

Master Bieland and his workmen. A917m ': 

On the heights A9I7o 

Professor's lady A917p 

Spinoza A917s 

Villa on the Rhine A917v 

Walfried A917w , 

AULNAY tower. Howard H848 i 

Aunt Anne. Clifford C()38 | 

Aunt Diana. Carey C275 

Aunt Hannah and Martha and John. i 

Alden A358 

Aunt Serena. Howard H848a ' 

Aureli AN. 2v. Ware W273 ' 

Austen, Jane. Emma A933 

Mansfield Park A9:i3m 

Pride and prejudice and Northan- i 

ger abbey A933p 

Austin, Mrs, Jane (G.) Betty Al- 
den A936 

Dr. LeBaron and his daughters..A930dr I 

Nameless nobleman A93()n i 

Standish of Standish A936h 

AUTOBKXiRAPHY of a New Kngkind | 

farm. Chamberlain ( '443 i 

AUTOBKXiRAPHY of a q u a c k . i 

Mitchell. , .M()82a , 

AUTOBKXJRAPHY of a slander. Bayly. B:r)9 ' 
Autrefois. Harrison H319 . 



Averages. Stuart S929 

AVERIL. ' Carey C275a 

Avery Glibun. Newell N546 

Awkward age. James J27a 

A.yala's angel. Trollope T847a 

AYLWIN. Watts- Dunton D927 

B 

Babs the impossible. Grand G751 

Bacheller, I. A. Eben Holden B12I 

Bachelor maid. Harrison H318b 

Bachelor's Christmas. Grant G762b 

Bachelor's establishment. Balzac. 

BI98V. 7-8 

Bailiff's maid. John J64b 

Baker. W. M. Blessed Saint Cer- 
tainty B1H8 

Carter Quatermain B18()c 

Making of a man Blti8m 

Balestier, C. W. Victorious defeat . B184 
—Jt. nvih^tr. See Kipling. 

Ball at Sceaux. Balzac B198 v. 7-8 

Balzac, Honors ue. After dinner 

stories B198a 

Ca-sar Birotteau B198c 

C^omplete works. 16v B198 

Duchess de Langeais B198d 

Eugenie Grandet B21e 

Magic skin B198m 

Pere Goriot B198p 

Seraphita B198s 

Ursula B198u 

Bangs, J. K. Dreamers B21G 

Ghosts I have met B216g 

Paste jewels B216p 

Peeps at people B21Gpe 

Banker and the bear. Webster VV3T9 

Banned aiiJ blessed. BUrsten- 

binder B972b 

Bar HarlKjr days. Harrison H318ba 

Barabbas. ( 'orelli ( '797b 

Barbara Allan. ( 'leland C624 

Barbara Blomberg. 2v. Ebers. ...E16b 
Barbara Heathcote's trial. Carey.. ('27r)b 
Barc^hestkr towers. 2v. Trollope. .T847b 
Barin(;-(;ould. N i'e Gould, 
Sabine Baring- 

Barker's luck. Harte H327b 

Barlow, Jank. Ci-eel of Irish sto- 
ries .• B2:)8 

From the land of the shamrock B2r)8f 

Mrs. Martin's company B258m 



312 



FICTION. 



Barn ABY Rudge. Dickens 0548 

Barnard, Charles. Knights of to- 
day B259 

Barr, Mm. A. E. (H.) Beads of 

Tasmer B268 

Bernicia B268b 

Between two loves B268be 

Border shepherdess B268bo 

Bow of orange ribbon B268bw 

Daughter of Fife B268d 

Feet of clay .B268f 

Flower of Gala Water B268tt 

Fiiend Olivia B2()8fr 

Girls of a feather B268g 

I, thou and the other one B268i 

Jan Vedder s wife B268j 

King's highway B268k 

Knight of the nets B2G8kn 

Last of the Macallisters B268 1 

Lone house B2()81o 

Love for an hour is love forever. B268 Iv 
Maid of Maiden Lane, (sequel to Bow 

of orange ribbon,) B268m 

Master of his fate B2H8ma 

Paul and C-hristina B68p 

Prisoners of conscience B2G8pr 

Remember the Alamo B2H8r j 

liose of a hundred leaves B268ro ' 

Singer from the sea B268si | 

Squire of Sandal-side B2H8sq 

Trinity bells B2()8t ' 

Was it right to forgive? B2t)8w j 

Barr, Robert. Mutable many . . .. B2()9m 

Strong arm B2()J)s 

Tekla B2im 

Barrie, J. M. Little minister B27r) 1 i 

My lady Nicotine BiT.Mn 

Sentimental Tommy B27r)s \ 

Tillyioss scandal 62751 

Tommy and Grizel B275to 

Window in Thrums B27')w 

Barriers burned away. Roi* RtJOH 

BaRRINcjtON. Lever LG.')H i 

Barron, P:lvvyn. Manders B277 

Bartol, M. Honor May B2J>2 

Barry, William. Arden Massiti»r..B2Hl 

Two standards B281t 

Barrys. Bullock ' BiK'JH 

Barton, W. K. Hero in homesi)un...B2i);j 

Pine Knot R2*);jp 

Bates, Arlo. Lad's love h:{29 

Love in a cloud H:{21» 1 



Pagans B329p 

Philistines B32»ph 

Puritans B329pu 

Bath comedy. Castle C353 

Battle of the strong. Parker P23»b 

Bay path. Holland H735b 

Baylor, F. C. Behind the blue 

ridge B358 

On both sides B358o 

Bayly, a. E. (Edna Lyall.) Auto- 
biography of a slander B35t^ 

Derrick Vaughan, novelist B35^^ 

Donovan ,RJ59ao 

Doreen 33593. t 

Hardy Norsemen B3of* ^ 

Hope the hermit B3o9h»- o 

In the golden days B3i> ^i 

Knight errant BJofc^ ^ 

To right the wrong B35 ^-^^ 

We two B35iP ^ 

Won by waiting B359ii^-^« 

Bayou folk. Chopin ( '.V^^ 

Beaoonsfield, earl of. See Disraeli. 

Beads of Tasmer. Barr 32^:^^ 

Beatrice. Haggard Hl4iV ^ 

Beatrice. Sinclair S«^- ^ 

Beatrix. Balzac B1H8 v. 1:^*- ^ 

Beauchamps. Simms S.*>f-^ - 

Beauchamp's career. Meredith .. M551^ "^ 

Beaumarchais. Brachvogel B75-^^^' 

Beautiful alien. Magruder M21- - 

Beauty and the beast. Taylor T2.'-^ ** 

Bec:kett, C. H. Who is John Nor- 
man? B3i *^'| 

Beckford, W^illiam. Vathek K^^ ^^ 

Bee-man of Orn. Stockton S88i^ ^ 

Beechcroft. Yonge Yfj^'* 

Beech ER, H. W. Norwood B4B- '^ 

Beech ER, Mrs. H. W. From dawn 

to day B4* ^ 

Behind the Blue Ridge. Baylor. . . .B3i= »^ 
Bkhren.s. Bertha. (Heinburg, W.) 

Penniless girl B4 '3- ^ 

Belhaven tales. Harrison H318t^* 

Belinda. FMgeworth E2l:^ b 

Bell, Acton. pHend, See BronUS 

Anne. 
Bell. Cuurer, pseud. See Bronte. 
Charlotte. 

Hell, Lilian. Expatriates B4'M 

j From a girl's jH)int of view B^f 

Instinct of stop-fatherhood B434i 



7] 



FICTION. 



313 



l^itlle sister to the wilderness. . . .B434 1 

. Love affairs of an old maid B4341o 

Under side of things B434u 

Bkllamy, Mrs, E. W. (C.) (Mamba 

Thorpe.) Old man Gilbert B436 

Bellamy, Edward. Blindman's 

world and other stories B435 

Equality B435e 

Looking backward B4351 

^BLOT, Adolph. Black Venus B452 

Beltshazzar. Roe R699 

Ben Hur. Wallace W191 

Beneath the wheels B461 

Benedict, F. L. Twixt hammer and 

anvil B463 

Bennett twins. Hurd H959 

^BiNsoN, B. K. Who goes there?. . ..B473 

^ENSON, E. F. Capsina B474 

Vintage B474v 

^Entley, C. S. and Scribner, F. 

K. Fifth of November B477 

^EPPO, the conscript. Trollope T848 

Bequeathed. Whitby W579 

Berlin and Sans-Souci. Mundt . . . M965b 

Bernicia. Barr B268b 

Bertram family. Charles C475b 

Besant, Walter. Alabaster box...B554 

All sorts and conditions of men B554a 

Armorel of Lyonesse R554ar 

Demoniac B554d 

Dorothy Forster B554do 

Fourth generation B554f 

Herr Paulus B554h 

Holy rose B554ho 

Master craftsman B554m 

Orange girl B554o 

Rebel queen B554re 

St. Katherine's by the tower B554s 

**Self or bearer.'' B5548e 

To call her mine B554t 

Uncle Jack Bo;">4u 

World went very well then B554w 

and Rice, James. Chaplain of the 

fleet 65540 

Golden butterfly B554g 

My little girl B554m 

Ready-money Mortiboy B554r 

Seamy side B554se 

Beside the bonnie brier bush. Wat- 
son W339b 

Best of husbands. Payn P345 

Bethusy-HucValeska. .SeeHeich- 

enbach, Moritz von, psend. 



Betrothed. Scott S431p 

Betsy Ross. Hotchkiss H832 

Betty Alden. Austin A9.36 

Between the heather and the north- 
ern sea. Linskill L759 

Between the lines. King K52 

Between two loves. Barr B268be 

Beulah. Wilson W746b 

Beverly. Walworth W2425 

Beyond the gates. Ward W257 

Bicycle of Cathay. Stockton S866bi 

Birds of prey. Maxwell M465 

Bishop, W. H. Brown-stone boy .... B622 

Golden justice B622g 

House of a merchant prince Bt>22h 

Blshop's conversion. Max well M4656 

BjOrnsen, BjOrnstjerne. Arne..B626 

Fisher maiden B626f 

Happy boy B626h 

Black, William. Brlseis B627 

Daughter of Heth B627d 

Donald Ross of Heimra B627do 

(Jreen pastures and Piccadilly B(i27g 

Handsome Humes BH27h 

Judith Shakespeare B«27j 

Macleod of Dare B627m 

Madcap Violet BH27ma 

Marriag • of Moira Fergus B627mb 

Monarch of Mincing Lane B627mo 

Princess of Thule B627p 

Shandon bells B627s 

That beautiful wretch B627t 

Three feathers B()27th 

White wings m27wh 

Wild Eelin B027wi 

Black arrow. Stevenson 8848b 

Black diamonds. Jokai 074 

Black Douglas. ( 'rockett C9:J8 

Black dwarf. Scott S431 

Black forest village stories. Auer- 

bttch A9n 

Black gown. Hall H178 

Black ice. Tourgee T727 

Black Uwk. (Gordon G<)«2 

Bla(^k terror. Leys L685 

Bla(^k tulip. Duraas D8H(ib 

Black Venus. Belot B452 

Black wolf's breed. Dickson I)r)54 

Blackmork. H. D. Alice Lorraine. . B()29 

Clara Vaughan Be>29e 

Dariel B*>29d 

Lorna Dcwine B<>29 1 



^•^ FICTION. 

MaiUof Sker H«2!tm I Bremer, Frederika. Father and 

PerlycrosK B«2<ip j daughter BWS 

BLACKWELL, Jfrit. A, I. (B.) Island ! H family BSSih ' 

neighbors Bai2 j Midnight sun WWa 

Blanch ARD. A. K. Girls together. .BUS!) I BRE.1SANT. Hawthorne H3* 

[nde[>endent daughter BtCM i Brewster, A. H. M, St. Martin's 

Blanche. Molesworih M^ID ' '*^*' ; ■^ 

I.,.EAKb„„„. Dicken. D.Wb Bricks without stta.. Tourg4,...,TK 

lii.KssED S, n. Certaintv Baker =,,« i »»"»=<" La""!'"!'""'- S«o«t »» 

BLi^'i^r^jrClhJ; . ..v.™™-"""/"- =' f»~ ='"- 

BLmD musician. Kon.lenko ^M !""'"*""» *'"''•'■"■''■ ="=!"»"»» .,^ 

BUNDMAN'S world. Bellamv BCK I „ '<hair«in M 

BEINDPITS. Taylor ... -KM I B"""""' !>""" D™" 

Blitheoai^E romance. Haw- .Bukimt .W,j-. M. A. ("Lyndon."! 

thorn, H,l»». Bi«UHi'LroriiV.."F;,rlVon:.'..'.".',l'a 

BuxKAiiEoIPbalshurg. En-kmann j Briohton nighu Lee US 

'""' ""striau '■^'» I Brigitta. Auerbach AHlTb 

fli.ns.s„M. H.M. Checkers BItW i ij„.,„j,^ M. S. Sixth sense B»» 

BiA.sso»iNcotanaloe. Hoey HdlKl briseis. Black »= 

BOB, .son ol Battle, t^iliv.nt m» s„kc,< riug Tompkins IW 

BOELTE, AKEi.Y, Madam, d. StaelBUTl I broken to h.rne.«, Vute. M 

Boo-MYRTLE and pest. Crockett.. .C»,l«h , bronM, anne. |Actou Bell.) Ten- 
Boi.soii.BERT, Edmdno, ,,«,„i. .See ; „, „, „•[„,,, h,„ „» 

Uonneily Ignatius, , BrontH, (Habiavtte. (Currer 

BtiNAVENTORE. Cable cil.ll Hell. | , lane Evre . .»» 

BOI.DMAN Caine I'iXl ,,|||,^„ ' j^. 

ft™NvnoR,m,.„vvliltn,r w«n bro,,oham, h,=.rv, ;.«,* Alh.r, 

Book of snobs. Thackeray- T;tti;tb ; Lunel iKS 

BOONE, H. B. .,„d BROWN. KeN- ' BROUOHT t„' ba.V ' Koe. :.;.■.■;. .■.'.■.".BK* 

NETK. tasMer Court House . . .B724 3^,^ ^ ^ I„„„rtal garland., IW= 

BOOTIES' babr. Stannard STDS Brown, Alice. Dav of his youth .. .R"" 

HoRDEB shepherdess, Barr B2ti«bo ^ King's end.. 



BrtRO, SBLMA, iinit BROWN, M, . 



Meadow-grass ljS'"l 



Northern lights b:;I2 Tiverton tales HS"i 

BosiYiNiANH .lames I27h BROWN, CAROLINE, pw.nl. .s'ee Krout 

BODRUILLON, i: VI. Ncphele B7«» , BiiowN, H, D, Civilian attache W' 

BouvE, 1>,C, Their shadows before. B7H2 Two college girls BS7*t 

Bow of orange riblK.n. Barr B2ll»bw brown, M. A, /(, o.tlior,' See Bt^^. 

Boy. Coi-elh C'7»71s. 1 brown, T VV. Minnie Hermon B«l 

BOYLE, V.r, Devil tales B7B2 brown-STONE bov. Bishop »« 

BOYsandmen. Ilolbrck H724 brownino curtship. White «'.» 

BeaohVooel, A. K. Bcaumarehais.H71«i u»,,wnlowb. Ollphanl. lH' 

BRADY, C.T. For love of country... B»12u„„„. ,,/,,. ihristinb (C.I Col- 

For the freedom of those. BSI2I | „„er, opera cloak BC 

Crip of hon,)r. Bsiig b„,.„^^,,^ u„bert. Oc<1 and the . 

Brady,.!. K. Tales of the ielegraiJh.BSI3t | man .'..WW 

Bbakespeahe. l-awrence M21bl That winter night PKl* 

BRANDON. Tiffany ■l"si.'i j BCLL(HK, S. F, Barrys. . . ... ..... ..Bl* 

BRASS bottle. Cuthrie C!1S4 Bclweii-Lytton. life Lytton. Bul- 

BRAVElady. Craik CS«7in w,,i.- 

BREAD winners. Hay H4I2 | Bunneh, H. c. Jersey street and 

Brehat, ALFRED DE. l>ark deed . . . BKH i lei-sev liin,. . ..BM* 



FICTION. 



315 



Id cloathes BW2 1 ' Cable, G. W. Bonaventure Clio 



ort sixes" Bi)42m 

xes'' B942s 

OHN. Holy war B943 

progress B943p 

who moved paradise. 



Dr. Sevier Cllod 

Grandissimes C115g 

John March, noutherner C115j 

Madame Delphine Cllom 



j Strong hearts C115s 

W2r)8 1 Cadet days. King Kr)2c 

rER\s wife. Kbers ElHbu a^sAR Birotteau. Balzac B108c 

CESAR'S column. Etonnelly D685 

Caged lion. Yonge Y55c 

Ca HAN, Abraham. Imported bride- 
groom C132 

Caine, Hall. Bondman C135 

Captain Davy's honeymoon C13oc 

Christian C135ch 

Last confession C136 1 

Manxman C135m 

Scapegoat C13o8 

Cakf^j and ale at Woodbine. Coffln..C6752 

Caleb West. Smith S647 

Calkins, F. W. (.'ougar-tamer C155 

Called back. Fargus P223 

('AMERON. V.L. Cruiseofthe*-Black 

Prince" C182 

( AMP^RON pride. Holmes H752c 

Campaigning with Crook. King..Kr)2ca 

T847C 

W7»3 

Capes. Bernard. At a winter's tire. C2;i9 

From door to door C239f 

Capsina. Benson B474 

Captain Blake. King Kr)2cb 

Captain ( lose. King K52cc 

Captain Davy's honeymoon. Caine.C135c 



?. Thackeray T3«3bu 

Mrs. Frances (H.) Fair 

an B964 

s B964h 

ction with the DeWil- 

by claim BiKHi 

B9641 

terofJost'- B»64p 

i B9tt4s 

o' Lowrie's B9(>4t i 

B964th| 

jne administration BJH^ttr j 

lia BJKWv 

Mrs. C. L. (Rj Dearly 

Bm6 I 

ler B9«r)d 

3 BlKMig 

ler Archer BiKJtim 

j's secretary B9()6mi 



•hard's wedding trip.. B9()Cmpj^'^^y^"^«''«^^^^ ^^^^'' ^^- Trollope.' 
►f Beech Knoll BimOms I ^^""^''^^ **"^ '^*^^^^- Winthrop 



• B96<)n 

emen" BJMifino 

tic B9<)()s 

ver BWkJsw 

It w(M)ing BiKWw 

Qan BVMWJwi 



.ids and old B9<mv ^'APTAIN Dieppe. Hawkins H393 



nder, Elizabeth. 

s Werner.) Alpine fay. ..BJ)72 

id blessed B972b 

el Bin2si 

)f a boom. Sanford S224 

BRS. Thomas TH^'y 

ust work. Carey C2Tr)bu 

»TH, Hezekiah. In old 

gland B989 

ers. Mayo M473 

•r. Tincker T.XT 

L. Damen's ghost HIMM 



'o gentlemen of (iotham. .CUl , 
. Sealslield S4:J8 I 



Captain Dreams. King K52cd 

Carcellini emerald. Harrison H318c 

Card drawing. (Iriffln G^5l 

Cardinal's musketeer. Taylor T244 

( 'ardinal's snuff-box. Harland . . . H283c 

Carey, U. N. Aunt Diana C275 

Averil C27r»a 

Barbara Heathcote's trial C27r)b 

Hut men must work C27r)bu 

Doctor Luttrell's patient C275d 

Ksther ! C27r>e 

For Lilias C275f 

Her lot's choice ( '275h 

Life's trivial round ('27') 1 

r.ittle Miss Muffet C27:> li 

r^over or friend C27r> lo 



Merle's cru«ade 



('27r>me 



31(i 



FICTION. 



Mistress of Brae Farm C275mf CasTLE Nowhere, Woolson W916e 

Mrs. Romney C275mi | Castle of Otranto. Walpole W218 

Mollie's prince r275mo Castle Rackrent. Edgeworth E23c 

Nellie's memories C275n Castle Richmond. Trollope T847iii 

Not like other girls C275no | Castles in the air. Gore Gm 

Only the governess C27r)o '■ Cat and the cherub. Fernald F362 

Our Bessie C275ou Cathedral courtship. Riggs Ri)69 

Queenie's whim C21ik\ Catherine. Thackeray T3()3c 

Robert Ord V atonement C275r Catherwood, Mrs. Mary (H.) Days 

Rue with a difference C275ru j of Jeanne D'Arc CM 

Search for Basil Lyndhurst C275s Lady of Fort St. John (3)3 1 



Uncle Max C275u 

Wee wifie C275w 

Wooed and married C275wo 

Carlen, E. F. One year C278 

Carleton, Will. Old infant C2815 

Carleton, William. Going to 

Maynooth C281 

Irish oath C281i 



Mackinac and lake stories C';i63m 

Old Kaskaskia (:3«:k) 

Queen of the swamp t'3t)3q 

Romance of DoUard C'3rt3r 

Spirit of an Illinois town C^'^^ 

Story of Tonty C363st 

White Islander C3()3w 

Catholic Crusoe. Anderson A543 



Midnight mass C281m Caxtons. Bulwer-Lytton h^ 

Party fight and funeral C281p | < -EC"^ Dreeme. Winthrop WT93c 

Phil Purcel C281ph . Cecil's trust. Payn ?^^ 

Shane Fadh»8 wedding. . -. (^281s Celebrity. Churchill (''^ 

Cervantes Saavedra, Migt^el 

de. Don Quixote C41i* 

Chabot, Adrien. Dancing-master.. C'42^ 

Chain-bearer. Cooper cITTc 

Chamberlain, N. H. Autobiogra- 
phy of a New England farmhouse. C443 
Chambers, R. W. Conspirators.. .A'^ 

King and a few dukes C44ok 

fx^rraine C^^^ 



ing. 
Willy Reilly C281w 

Carlino. Ruffini R923 

Carlotta»s intended. Stuart S932 

Carpetbagger. Read and Pixley. . R284 

Carrington, Katie. Aschenbroe- 

del C318 

Carriston's gift. Fargus F223c 

Carruth, F. W. Those Dale girls. .C319 
Way of Belinda C31»w 

Carter Quartermain. Baker BlOHc i Champney, Mrs. Elizabeth (W.) 

Carteret, J. D. Fortune hunter. . .( '325 

Cary, Alice. Pictures of country 

life C3.32 

Casa Braccio. 2v. Crawford (:891)c 

Casimir Maremma. Helps H4H4 

Caskoden, Edwin, pseud. See Ma- 
jor. 

Casting away of Mi's. Leeks and 

Mrs. Aleshine. Stockton SH(U>c 

Castle, Ac^nes, Jt. a nthtn: Set: i 'as- 

tle, Egerton. 
Castle, E(4ERTOn. Light of Scar- 

they ('3r)31 

Marshfield, the observer (\*jr)3in 

Young April ( 'XuU 

and Castle, Agnes. Bath comedy . ( 'Xy.i 

Pride of Jennico ( W>3p 

Castle Dangerous. Scott 84311 

Castle Hohenwald. Streckfuss S!U4 



Patience ^^^ 

Rosemary and rue C4i>-" 

Channings. Wood W'**"^ 

Chaplain of the fleet. Besant and 

Rice Br>r>4c 

Ch aplet of pearls. Yonge Y.Vich 

Charlemont. Simms S^'>^-^ 

Charles, Mrs. Elizabeth (R.) 

Against the stream ^'^"^ 

Bertram family CM"5^ 

Conquering and to conquer C4u'«^ 

Cripple of Antioch C4Tjt'r 

Diary of Mrs. Kitty Trevyl.x an C47i»(i 

Dray tons and Davenants C475dr 

Early dawn C4"oe 

Trapsed, but not lost C4"o 1 

Martyrs of Spain C4ir)in 

Mary, the handmaid of the Lord.C4'r)ma 
On both sides of the sea CAI^ 



FICTION. 



317 



g-Cotta family C475s 

f the vanquished C475v 

TMalley. Lever L658C 

ORTH, M. L. Ministry of 

C477m 

5 Temple. Rowson K885 

V. Three freshmen C487 

klorville C492 

Alexandre, Jt. author. 
aann. 

OGA. Mitchel M679 

UA girls at home. Alden.A358c 

Blossom B60O 

E. Le Fanu L488 

Ir«. H. V. Peep at the 

C518 

:z, Victor. Count Kostia.cr)21 

C. W. Conjure woman. .C524 

hind the cedars C524h 

is youth C524w 

t de Maison-Rouge. Du- 

D88t)rar) 

? jester. Dumas D886v2 

>. Puritan wooing Co36 

*. L. M. Philothea C537 

). Little classics series. . . L779 
), boyhood and youth. 
T654c 

at Sherburne house. 

s I)733s6 

of the abbey. Hoche R673 

of the (Ghetto. Zangwill. . .Z29 
of the king. ( 'rdwfoi-d.C899ch 
of the mist. Phillpotts. . .P564 
of the soil. Sienkiewicz.So72c 
nights' entertainments. 

F458 

>ible. Allen A427c 

ELEY, Mary. Danvers 

C547 

•mpest Cr>47d 

ige C547r 

\TE. Bayou folk ( '549 

lley. Foote F689 

Balzac B198 v. 29-30 

)rris N861 

endeavor. Aid en A3;')8ch 

Flanders. Balzac. ..B198 v. 1-2 

. Caine C13r)ch 

'S mistake. ( 'raik ( '887c 

ohnstone. Ueade R28o 

'S fortune. Talcott TI42 



Christmas books. Dickens D548c 

Christmas books of Mr. M. A. Tit- 
marsh. Thackeray T363ch 

Christmas carols. Dickens D548ch 

Christmas stories C555 

( Christmas stories. Dickens D548c8 

Christmas stories. Holmes H752ch 

Christmas wreck. Stockton S866ch 

Chronic loafer. Lloyd L793 

Chronicles ol Aunt Minervy Ann. 

Harris H314 

Chronicles of Carlingford. Oli- 

phant ()47c 

Chronicles of the ( 'anongate. Scott.S431b 
Church, Mrs, Florence (M.) Ross- 
Little stepson C562 1 

Churchill, W. S. Savrola C5634 

Churchill, Winston. Celebrity... C563 

Crisis C563C 

Richard Carvel CofiSr 

Churix)n, Henry. Toinette C564 

Cigar?:tte- MAKER'S romance. C'raw- 

ford C^9ci 

Cinderella. Davis D264 

Circe. White W582 

Circle in the sand. Vermilye V52(> 

Circle of a centurv. Harrison H318ci 

Circuit-rider. Eggleston E29 

Circular study. Rohlfs R7.38 

Civilian attache, Brown B878 

Clara Vaughan. Blackmore B629c 

CLARE and Bebe. Kirk Ko9 

Clarenc^e. Hart H327c 

Clarissa Harlowe. Richardson R525 

Cleg Kelly. Crockett C938c 

Cleland, Robert. Barbara Allen. Cfi24 
Clemens, S. L. (Mark Twain.) 

American claimant C()25 

Man that corrupted Hadleyburg..Cf525m 
Personal recollections of .loan of 

Arc C«2;->j 

Pudd'nh(»ad Wilson ,C675p 

mid Warner, C. D. Gilded age. .C«25g 

( 'leopatra. Kbers. 2v Elfic 

( leopatra. Haggard HI 45c 

Cleveland, R. K. Long run C()3r> 

( 'lever woman of the family. Yonge. Y5ocl 

Cliff-dwellers. Fuller F9«() 

Clifford. Mrs. W. K. Aunt Anne.CG38 

Flash of summer C638f 

Last touches CH38 1 

Love lettei^s of a worldly woman. C(>.38 lo 



318 



FICTION. 



Wild proxy ('()38w Coningsby. Disraeli D613c 

Cloister and the hearth. Reade . . R285c Conjure woman. Chesnutt Co'24 

Clyde, Alton, paeud. See Jeffres, | Connor, Ralph, pseud. See Gor- 

Mrs. Arnold. ' don, C. W. 

Clyffards of CI . ffe. Pay n P34r) ol , Conquering and to conquer. 

Coast of Bohemia. Howells HSoOc Charles (MTV 

Cobban, J. M.. Pursued by the law..C(>53 j Conrad, Joseph. Lord Jim C7r>4 

Cobbler of Nimes. Taylor T244c Conscience, Hendrik. Curse of 

COCKTON, Henry. Valentine Vox.. ('«(>($ 



Cceur d'Alene. Foote F«89e 

Coffin, C. C. Daughters of the 

revolution and their times C^Ho 

Coffin, R B. Cakes and ale at 



the village ("•'»'** 

Village inn-keeper ('"Vw 

Conscript. Balzac B198 v. 1-2 

conspiracy of the Carbonari. 

Mundt M%.')c 



Woodbine C()7r)2 Conspirator of Cordova. Dunlap. .U921 

Out of town CfiTiVio : Conspirators. Chambers ('44/) 

Coleridge, Sara. Phantismion. . ..('(i9:5 ' Conspirators. Dumas I)88«il 

College days. Wood W87(> I Consuelo. Dudevant DH4.'> 

College girls. Goodloe G«.V2 Conway, Hugh, pitend. See Fargus, 

Collins, Wilkie. Alicia Warlock.C71.3 F. J. 

Antonina CTl.'ia ' Cooke, J. K. Fairfax ('"'- 

Armadale CTl.Jar ' Hilt to hilt ('""-h 



Dead alive C7l3d 

Dead secret ( '7i;kle 

Frozen deep ( ll'M 

Guilty river C713g 

Heart and science ( '713h 

Mad Monkton C713m 

Man and wife ( '713ma 

Moonstone C713m() 

New Magdalen C713n 

Queen of hearts C713q 

Rogue\s life ( '7l3r 

Two destinies C7l3t 

Woman in white C7l3vv [ 

Colonel Carter of Cartersville. 

Smith SlJ47c! 

Colonel Chabert. Balzac. .B198 v. 17-18 ' 
Colonel's Christmas dinner. King.Kr)2cl | 

Colonel's daughter. King Kr)2co ! 

Colonel's opera cloak. Brush Bin 2 

Comedies of courtshij). Hawkins . . H3iK{(' 

Comedy. Little classics L77lki 

Coming race. Bulwer-Lytton UH)8(nj i 

Commission in lunacy. Balzac. B198 v. 13-14 i 
Companions of Jehu. 2v. Dumas. I)88(>nl 
Concerning Lsabel ( 'arnaby. Fowler. P'78() 

Condensed novels. Harte 11.327 

Confessions of Harry l^)rrequer. 

Lever IJJoSoo 

Confidence. James 1 27c 

Confident tomorrow. Matthews. . M4H3c 
Confounding of Camelia. Sedj;wick.S44S 



Out of the foam ( ""^^ 

Youth of Jefferson C7T2y 

Cooley, W. F. Emmanuel CT'^ 

Cooper, J. F. Afloat and ashore, . . .('"'»'* 

Chain bearer <"* '^* 

Crater Vnlcr 

Deer-slayer ( 'T77ci 

Headsman CT'*^ 

Heidenmauer I'TTIl^*' 

Home as found, sejijufl to Home- 
ward bound ('"'" ^ 

Homeward bound CT'Tl^*^ 

Jack Tier ^-''J^ 

Last of the Mohicans t'TT"* ' 

Lionel Lincoln I'TTTiJ 

Mercedes of (Castile Cnlm 

1 Miles Wallingford Cm"co' 

! Monikins i"l''^f 

Oak-openings <"* **^ 

Path-linder <^''''P 

' Pilot ('H-pi 

Pioneers Cl'"*^^ 

Prairie ('"pP'' 

I'recaution CTTTprf 

Red.skins (''"''J^ 

Sataustoe ^■']"'^ 

Sea lions CTTls^e 

Spy ('•""? 

Two admirals C'Ti't 

Water-witch C7hw 

Wavs of ihv hour ('"I'^a 



FICTION. 



;n9 



»f Wish-ton- Wish C77Twe 

iDcI-wing C777wi 

FRANgois. Tales for 

jtinas and other seasons C78ot 

( '. F. Unele Timothy. C791 

. Marie. (Marion Mackav.) 

th '....('797 

•as C797b 

C797bo 

...C797J 

-Christian C797m 

ee of two worlds C797r 

Lilith (^797s 

I C797t 

i. Stiiel S778 

:k. Crawford. 2v C899co 

J stories. Sanderson S216 

of the west. Fowler F785 

, MrH. Alceatis C818 

s. Tolstoy T654CO 

ler pride. Hector H451 

Mix. Everard. Me€ Dun- 
S. J. 

wSoPHiE. Elizabeth C848 

\. T. QuiLLER- Old fire?* 
)rotltable ghosts ( '853 

stars C853s 

ring heath C853vr 

TAMER. Calkins CIST) 

:rbach. Stein S819 

lostia. Cherbuliez C.')21 

lirabeau. Mundt M9(>53 

f Monte ( -risto. Dumas D886c 

U)bert of Paris. Scott S431fo 

>s de Charny. Dumas . . .D886m4 

»s Erika's apprenticeship. 

bin S384 

iS Gisela. .John T64e 

4S of Hudolstadt. l)udevant.D845c 

f byways. .lewett jr)9 

i doctor. Balzac B198 v. 17-18 

i dcxitor. .Jewett [Tiiki 

f of the |K)inted firs. Jewett.. Tol^'co 

rx)N, Eua±NE DE. Le Cure 

lue C8;')9 

f Boyville. White W589 

G of Dinah Shadd. Kipling. Kr)7co 

Bette. Balzac B198 v. 21-22 

^laud. Holmes H752co 

P(ms. Balzac B198 v. 21 22 

?K, ( '. E. psfjud. See Murfree. 

Christopher. Old man's 

nee C88i) 



Craicjie, Mrs. P. M. (R) (J. O. 

Hobbs. ) Robert Orange C886r)r 

School for saints C88(<*)s 

Craik, Mrs. D. M. 'M.) Agatha's 

husband C887 

Brave ladv C887b 

Christian's mistake C887c 

Half-caste C887h 

Hannah C887ha 

Head of the family C88The 

His little mother C887hi 

John Halifax, gentleman C887j 

King Arthur C887k 

Laurel bush : C887 1 

Legacy C887 le 

Life for a life C887 li 

Miss Tommy C887m 

M istress and maid C887rai 

My mother and I C887my 

Noble life C887n 

Ogilvies C8870 

Olive C887 ol 

Plain speaking C887p 

Two marriages C887t 

Unkind word C887u 

Woman's kingdom C887w 

Young Mrs. Jardine C887y 

Craik, G. M. *SVe May, Mrs. G. M. 

(C.) 
Crane, Stephen. Little regiment . .( :891 
Whilomville stories C891w 

Cranford. Gaskell G248 

Crater. Cooper C777cr 

Crawford, F. M. American poli- 
tician C899 

(Jasa Braccio. 2v C899c 

Children of the king C:899ch 

Cigarette-maker's romance C899ci 

Corleone. 2v C:899co 

Dr. Claudius » 899d 

Don Orsino ( '899do 

Greif enstein C899g 

In the palace of the king C899i 

Katharine Lauderdale. 2v C899k 

Khaled C899kh 

Marion Darche C899m 

Marzio's crucifix C891»raa 

Mr. Isaacs C899mr 

Paul I'atotf C899p 

Pietro Ghisleri C8in)pi 

Kalstons C899r 

Roman singer C899ro 



320 



FICTION. 



Rose of yesterday C899rs Cumberland vendetta and other 

Sant' Ilario * C:899s stories. Fox F792c 

Saracinesca C899sa Cummins, M. S. El Fureidis C971 

Tale of a lonely parish C899t Haunted hearts C971h 



Taquisara C899ta 



Lamplighter C971 1 



Three fates C899th Mabel Vaughan (.'971m 

To leeward C899to ; Cunning workmen. Alden A3.i8co 

Via Crucis C899v i Cup of trembling. Foote F689cu 

Witch of Prague C899w Curate's discipline. Eiloart E3.^ 

Curse of the village. Conscience. ...C77.) 



Curtis, G. W. Prue and I C9<!l 

Trumps C^\^ 



With the immortals C899wi 

Zoroaster C899z 

Creel of Irish stories. Barlow 8258 

Crime and punishment. Dostoy- 

evsky D724 

Cripple of Antioch. Charles C47rxjr 

CRISIS. Churchill C563c Dahn, Felix. Last of the vandals.. D131 

Crittenden. Fox F792 | j^^ily bread. Hale H161 

Crockett, S. R. Black Douglas C938 daisy chain. 2v. Yortge Y55d 

Bog-myrtle and peat C938b Daisy Miller. James J2"<i 

Cleg Kelley C938c Damen's ghost. Bynner B994 

Gray man C938gr 



lone March CU38i 

Isle of the winds C938is 

Joan of the sword hand C938j 

Kit Kennedy C938k 

Lad's love C938 1 

Lilac sunbonnet C938 11 

Men of the moss-hags C9.38m 

Play-actress C938p 

Raiders ( 938r 

Red axe C938re 

Standard bearer C938s 



Damnation of Thereon Ware. Fred- 
eric FH'^*' 

DANCiNO-master. Chabot t:428 

Daniel Dei'onda. 2v. Eliot K43d 

Daniels, Mrs. Gertrude (P.) War- 
ners Dl«6^ 

Dannenburg, Georo. (Golo Rai- 

mund.) From hand to hand Dl^ 

New race Dl^^ 

Dan vers jewels and Sir Charles 

Danvers. ( -holmondeley ^ .L 

Dan VIS folks. Robinson R^'^*' 



.Bfi2i^ 



Stickit minister ( '938st dariel. Blackmore 

Stickit minister's wooing C938sw dark da vs. Fargus r22^ 

Tales of our coast C93Ht j j^^^k deed. Brehat B*-"^ 

Cromwell's own. Patterson P2»6 Daskam, J. D. Smith college stories.D29J^ 



Cron WRIGHT, Mrs. See Schreiner, 

Olive. 

Crooked trails. Remington R388 

Cross, Mrs. M. A. (K.) L. Set Kliot, 

George, pseud. 



Crowder, T. J. What shall it beV. .C9r)3 

Crown from the spear. Hamilton. .H217 ' Daughter of Eve. Kirk 

Crown of life. Gissing (iH.V) ! Daughter of Fife. Barr 



Daudet, Alphonse. Jack 1)2*^ 

Little good-for-nothing D23^ ^ 

One of the "Forty.'* "023^ 

Sidonie 

Dai^ghter of an empress. Mundt.NJ 
Daughter of Eve. Balzac . . . B198 v. 9-10 



B268d 

Crowning of ( 'andace. Woods .... \VHi;r> | Dauc^hter of Heth. Black B62<<i 

Crucifixion of Phillip Strong. | Daucjhter of the south. Harrison.. H31W 

Sheldon sr)44 Daughters of the Revolution. CoffinX'B'i' 

Cruise of the ''Black Prince. *' Cam- David Balfour. Stevenson ^ 

eron ('1H2 David Coppertield. Dickens D^ 

Crusade of the Excelsior. Harte . . H32Tcr David Grieve. Ward W261bi 

CUDLIP, Mrs. Annik (T. ) No alter- David Harum. W^estcott W524 

native C!M)4 . Da vi.s, L. C. Stranded ship I>262 



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FICTION. 



321 



H. Cinderella D264 

D264e 

r D264g 

ckal D264k 

the unicorn D264 1 

Aline D264p 

of fortune D264s 

jer and others D264v 

\H. Rebfxxja (H ) Doctor 

;k's daughtei^s D263 

Iross D263i 

:, Howth D263in 

i D263n 

A., Jefferson- Ro- 
of summer seas D2H5 

S. Friend of Caesar D266 

aggard H145d 

^. J. African nights' en- 

ment D272 

yuerre's. Smith S647d 

e. Roe :'. Ii698d 

youth. Brown B877 

ir wedding. Howells H859d 

lid lang syne. Watson. .W339d 

ruce. 2v. Aguilar A283 

anne d* Arc. (.'atherwood..C363 

i. Lever LH58d 

k. Kipling K57d 

radbury. Dix D«l» 

\ Collins C713d 

it. Collins C713de 

ought. Burnham B96« 

credit. Freytag F895 

ER. Cooper .C'777d 

, J. W. Lover's revolt . . .D31o 

1 03150 

Mm. M. W. (C.) .fohn 

preacher D337 

my Dove D337m 

Iter tales D337o 

id his wife D337p 

of fools D337W 

NE. Walworth W2425d 

^BB^. Under the ban D34() 

, J. B. (;ahima 0353 

Sienkiewicz 8r)72d 

James. American baron . . 1X)81 

ub D.Wld 

:he ice 1)381 1 

Y. King Kr>'S4 

. Besant B'ii'vid 

ow. Wood WH74d 



Denis Duval. Thackeray T363d 

Derrick Vaughan, novelist. Bayly. B359d 

Desert drama. Doyle 0754d 

Deserted woman. Balzac. . . B198 v. 9-10 
Devereux, Mary. From kingdom 

to colony D491 

Devereux. Bulwer-Lytton L998d 

Devil tales. Boyle B792 

De Wille, Elizabeth. Johannes 

Olaf 0521 

Diamond cut diamond. Trollope. . .T847d 

Diana. Oliphant 047d 

Diana of the crossways. Meredith.. M559d 
Diana Tempest. Cholmondeley . . .C547d 

Diane. Merimee M561 

Diary of Mrs. Kitty Trevylyan. 

Charles C'475d 

Dickens, Charles. Barnaby Rudge. 0548 

Bleak house D548b 

Christmas books D548c 

Christmas carols D548ch 

Christmas stories D548c8 

David Copperfleld D548d 

Dombey and son D548do 

Great expectations D548g 

Hard times D548h 

Little Dorrit D548 1 

Martin Chuzzlewit D548m 

Mystery of Edwin Drood 0548my 

Nicholas Nickleby D548n 

Old curiosity shop D548o 

Oliver Twist 0548ol 

Our mutual friend D548ou 

Pearl fishing D548p 

Pickwick papers D548pi 

Pictures from Italy D548pt 

Schools and school-mastei^s D548s 

Sketches by '*Boz" D548sk 

Tale of two cities D548t 

Uncommercial traveler D548u 

Dickinson, A. E. What answer?.... D553 
Dickson, Harris. Black Wolf's 

breed Do54 

DiFFFJiENCES. White W584 

DIMITRI Roudine. TourguenefT T728 

DiNGLKSTEDT, FRANZ. Amazon D584 

DiONYSlus the weaver's heart's 

dearest. Howanl H848d 

Disowned. Bulwer-Lytton L998di 

Disraeli, Benjamin, Karl of Bea- 

constield. Alrov D013 

( 'oningsby mi.V 



322 



FICTION. 



Endymion I)6l3e 

Lothair D613 1 

Sybil; or, The two nations D6138 

Tancred D«13t 

. Vivian Grey D613v 

Youn^ duke and Count Alaivos. . . 1)61 3y 

Distinguished provincial at Paris. 

Balzac 13198 v. 15-16 

Dix, E. A. Deacon Bradbury D619 

Dr. Breen'8 practice. Howells H8oi)dr 

Dr. Caldwell. Uoe R«m>d 

Dr. Claudius* ( 'ra wford CS8»d 

Doctor Grattan. Hammond H227 

Dr. Grimshaw^s secret. Hawthorne. H31liki 

Doctor Jacob. Edwards E263 

Doctor Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Stev- 
enson S848st 

Doctor Johns. 2v. Mitchell MH82 

Dr. Latimer. Burnham BlM5(id 

Dr. Le Baron and his daughters. 

Austin A».36dr 

Dr. Luttrell's patient. Carey C27r)d 

Dr. North and his friends. Mitchell. MH82d 

Doctor of the old school. Watson. w:<3Sldo 

Dr. liameau. Ohnet 038d 

DR. Sevier. Cable CMod 

Doctor Thome. Trollope T847do 

Doctor Warrick's daughters. Davis. D263 

Doctor Wortle's school. Trollope . T847ds ! 

DODD family abroad. Lever LW.V^do 

Dodge club. DeMille D381d | 

DOESTICKS. Thompson T47 ' 

Dog fiend. Marrvat M3()2 

I 

DoiN(} and dreaming. Mayo M473d 

Doings of llaffles Haw. Doyle D754do 

Dole, K. p. Hiwa Dm)2 , 

Dole, N. H. On the point 1)663 i 

Dolly. McCarthy M116 

DOMBKY and s<m. Dickens Dr)4Hdo ' 

Domestic peace. Balzac B198 v. 5-6 i 



Double thread. Fowler F786d 

Docdney, Sarah. Under false col- 
ors D728 

IX)UGLA8, a. M. From hand to 

mouth D'i33{ 

In wild rose time D733i 

Lost in a great city DT33 1 

Modern Adam and Eve in a gar- 
den D733m 

Question of silence D7.13q 

Sherburne series: 

Sherburne House DT.M 

Lyndell Sherburne D73:fe2 

Sherburne cousins DT33s3 

Sherburne romance D"33s4 

Mistress of Sherburne D73.V) 

Children of Sherburne House DT33s6 

Sherburne girls DT.W 

Heir of Sherburne D733sS 

Dovecxdte D743 

Dowlin(}, G. T. Wreckers D747 

Doyle, A. C:. Adventures of Sher- 
lock Holmes D7'4 

Desert drama D7')4<1 

Doings of Raffles Haw DVMo 

Duet with an occasional chorus. .D7r)4du 

Exploits of Brigadier Gerard D7')4ex 

Firm of Girdlestone D7r>4f 

Great shadow D754^ 

Green flag J)''y^^ 

Micah (^arke D7:)4mi 

My friend the murderer D7.*>4iiiy 

Parasite D7'>4i) 

Refugees D7)4r 

Rodney Stone D7.)4ro 

Round the red lamp D7'>4ri> 

Sign of the four D7'>4s* 

Stark Munro letters B'-^^^ 

Uncle Bernac 1)7-^'* 

White company D7'>4^ 



Domitia. Baring-Ciould (^698 

Don Orsiuo. Crawford CHlUkio DRAYTONSand Davenants. Charles.! '47.'x3r 

Don Quixote. Cervantes C41lH Dread and fear of kings. Ellis K"^' 

DONAL Grant. MacDonald M \'M) ' Dkkam-( 'harlotte. Edwards. . . .&^^ 

Donald Ross of Ileimra. Black ..Ht)27do Dream life and real life. SchreiDer.S37fJ 

Donnelly, Tgnatiu.s. (Edmund Dreamers. Bangs B21<> 

Boisgilbi^rt. ) ( 'lesar's column D68") Drkamers of the Ghetto. Zangwill . ./^ 

DoNOV^ N. Bayly B:jr)}'d<) Drkams. Sohreiner S37Hcl 

DOREEN. Bayly B:i*ii:<lr Dred. St^)we S^l^id 

Dorothy Forster. Besant B;V)^d() I)riv?:n back to Eden. Roe R698dr 

Dorothy Fox. Parr P2.")M Dross. Scott ^'^ 

I)osiX)YEVSKY, F. M. Crime and Duchess, }fsen<J. See Hungerford, 

punishment DT24 Mii<. M. (11.) A. 



FICTION. 



323 



s. Hungerford H93()d 

s de Langeais. Balzac B198d 

', MrH H. E. Folly corner. ..D844 
nity of Harriott Wieken. . ..D844m 
NT, A. L. A. (George Sand.) 

elo D845 

ess of Rudolstadt D845c 

on n845f 

Merqiiem D84r)m 

•at D845ma 

pur Sylvestre E)84omo 

man D845s 

ino D84ot 

with an occasional chorus. 

le D7r>4du 

.s. Kggleston E29u 

:, Mrs. J. P. Mexican ranch. D8fi(5 

children. Trollope T847du 

Alexandre. Agenor de 

leon. 2v D88« 

io. 2v D886a 

tulip D886b 

id D88()br 

of Monte CrisU) D88()c 

tgnan rftmancei*: 

musketeers D88(>dl 

y yeai's after I)88f)d2 

te de Biniffelonne D88Gd3 

1 the iron mask D886d4 

// romances: 

ianas. 3v D88«bl 

»f the duke of Savoy. 2v . .D88r)h2 

•ope D886ho 

A n toinetU rom a n crs: 

irs of a physician D886ml 

'8 necklace D88«m2 

J the bastile D886m3 

»8S de C'harny D88(im4 

lier de Maison Houge l)H8()m5 

»ur de Chauvelin's will and 
•man with a velvet necklace. 

D880mo 

(m rfmuinces: 

nions of Jehu. 2v I)88<)nl 

3 and blues. 2v. D880n2 

e de Cleves. 2v D88(h) 

y mmanves: 

rators I)886rl 

b's daughter D88t>r2 

)lves of Machecoul and Cor- 

an brothei-s. 2 v D88Ha 

dire D88()8v 



ViUma romances: 

Marguerite de Valois. D886vl 

Chicot, the jester D886v2 

Forty-live guardsmen D886v3 

War of women. 2v D886W 

Du Maurier, George. Martian D887 

Peter Ibbetson D887p 

Trilby D887t 

Dunbar, P. L. Fanatics ...'. D899 

Folks from Dixie D89ttf 

Strength of Gideon D899s 

Uncalled D899u 

Duncan, S. J. (jlfr«. Cotes.) Hilda.. D912 

His honour and a lady D912h 

Voyage of consolation D912v 

Dunlap, W. D. Conspirator of Cor- 
dova D921 

Dunton, Theodore Watts- Ayl- 

win D927 

DURAND, A. M. C. H. F. (Henri 

Greville.) Frankley. D948 

DURNTON Abbey. Trollope T848d 

DUSANTES. Stockton S8««d 

Dynamiter. Stevenson S848d 

Dynevor Terrace. Yonge YiVidy 

E 

Eagle flight. Rizal R627 

Earl's Dene. Francillon F817 

Early dawn. Charles C47r)e 

Earth trembled. Hoe R698e 

East Lynne. Wood W874e 

Eastover Court House. Boone awl 

Brown B724 

Eben Holden. Bacheller B121 

EBER.S Georg. Arachue. 2v E16 

Barbara Blomberg. 2v . . . .' El 6b 

Bride of the Nile. 2v E16br 

Burgomaster's wife E16bu 

Cleopatra. 2v E16c 

Egyptian princes^. 2v E16e 

Emperor. 2v E16em 

Homo sum EKih 

In the tire of the forge. 2v E16i 

Margery. 2v El«m 

Question FAVh] 

Sera pis Eltis 

Sisters ElOsi 

Thorny path. 2v E16t 

Uarda. 2v Eltiu 

Echoing and re-echoing. Alden.. .A3r)8e 
Edelweiss. AuerV»ach . . A917e 



:J24 



FICTION. 



Edei^ WEISS of the Sierras. Harri- Elixer of life. Balzac Bli)8 v. 3-4 

son H3l8e j Elliott, Frances. Italians. E46 

Edgeworth, Maria. Tales and , Elliott, M. H. Newport aquarelle. EI63 

novels. Ellis, J. B. Dread and fear of kings. F/47 

Absentee, modern Oriselda, etc E2.3 Elissa. Haggard H145e 

Belinda E23b Elizabeth. Cottin ^848 

Castle Rackrent, Irish bulls, etc. . . E2.3c Ellen Story. Fawcett F278 

Harrington, Ormond E23h i Elsie Venner. Holmes H753 

Leonora and Patronage, pt. 1 E23 1 El Verdugo. Balzac B198 v. 1-2 

Manoeuvring, Almeria and Vivian. Eilm EMERY, S. A. Three generations F»32 

Moral tales E23mo ' Hmily Chester. Seemuller S4o3 

Patronage, pt. 2 E23p , Emma. Austen A9:?3 



Popular tales E2:ipo 

Edina. Wood W874ed 

Edith Lyle. Holmes H752e 

Edna Browning. Holm*»s HT52ed 

Edwards, A. E. In the days of my 

youth E2() 

Edwards, ^Vr«. Annie. Susan Field- 
ing 

Edwards, H. S. His defense.. . . 



Emmanuel. Cooley CT774 

Emperor. Ebers ElGem 

Empress Josephine. Mundt M96r>e 

Empty heart. Terhune T318e 

En«:h anted burro. Lummis lA^^ 

Endless chain. Alden A3r)8en 

Endymion. Disraeli D6l3e 

E262 J English orphans. Holmes H752en 

. E2t)2i') I Englishwoman's love-letters &'>^ 



Edwards, M. B. Doctor Jacob E26.S I Episode under the terror. Balzac. 

Dream-Charlotte E26:ki , B198 v. 31-^- 

Edwin Brothertoft. Winthrop. . . . W793e i Equality. Bellamy B43oe 

Egoleston, Edward. ( 'ircuitrider . E29 1 Erckmann, I^mile and Chatrian. 



Duffels F:29d 

Faith doctor E29f 

(Jraysons E29g 

Hoosier schoolmaster K29h 

Roxy E29r 

Eggleston, G. C. Man of honor. . ..E29a 

Southern soldier stories F^293s 

Eglantine. Stephenson S83H 

Egoist. Meredith Mooile 

• 

Egyptian princess. 2v. Ebers E16e 

EiCHHOFS. Heichenbach RSol 

'89. Henry Hr)21 

Eighty-SEVKN. AMen A3;i8ei 

Eiloart, Mi'x. C. j. CUir.ite*s dis- 
cipline E3r> 

From thistles, grapes b^sr)f 



Alexandre. Blockade of Phals- 

burg Iiltii^ 

Brigadier Frederick E*>^^ 

Forest house Kt>->» 

Friend Fritz Fi>'>^«* 

Invasion of France fcX>-*^ 

Madame Ther^se Et^>i^ 

Miller's story of the war F>ft5nii 

Polish Jew E6r>p 

Waterloo, sequel to Conscript E03**' 

Erlach Court. Schubin s:5^^ 

Ernest Malt ravers. Bulwer-Lyt- 

ton L998 v. <> 

Errant wooing. Harrison u:ilSer 

Escape from the tower. Marshall . . M367 
Ester Reid. Alden A^'ff^ 



Eleanor. Ward W261 Ester Reid yet speaking. Alden . . A358ey 

El Fureidis. Cummins C971 Esther. Carey C27.)e 



Eliot, George. (pKend of Mm. M. 

A. (E.) L. Cross.) Adam Bede. . . .VA2 

Daniel Dercmda. 2 v E42d 

Felix Holt E42f 

Middlemarch. 2 v E42m 

Mill on the Floss K42mi 

liomola K42r 

Scenes of clerical life E42s 



F.TCHINGHAM letters. Pollock and 

Maitland ?•"« 

Eugene Aram. Bui wer-Lytton . L998 v. ;> 

Eugi5:nie CJrandet. Balzac Bl98e 

Same B198 v. 5-6 

Europeans. James J^^** 

Evans, Augusta. Nee Wilson, J/n». 
A. E. 



Silas Marner 



. E42si Eveninc; dress. Howells H«5«e 






FICTION. 



325 



ch a soldier. StanDard S789e 

a. F. Waldemar Krone's 

E94 

Hall. MoConnell M1365 

Little classics L779e 

Balzac B198 v. 3-4 

Davis D264e 

Robinson H665 

4TES. Bell B434 

■* of Brigadier Gerard. 
D754ex 



mined. Roe Rt)98f 

ana. Balzac B198 v. 31-32 

mrian. Burnett B964 

Wallace W191f 

d of Perth. Scott S431f 

. Cooke C772 

ctor. Eggleston K29f 

artney's girlhood. Whit- 
; W(il7f 

ID. Bulwer-Lytton L998f 

eud. Harder H259 

i. Dunbar D899 

. Dudevant D84of 

VK. Hawthorne H399 

the madd i ng cro wd. Hardy. H272 

e forest. Mitchell M682I 

.L. Balzac B198 v. 1-2 

F. .T. (Hugh Conway.) 

i back F223 

jn's gift F223c 

ays F223d 

, B. L. Bright star of life. .F229 

>earl F229i 

>im F229J 

s on the snow F229s 

DONS. Fowler F786f 

Vladarae la Tour. Paddock . P123 

' be free. Ingelow 146 

ind daughter. Bremer B83H 

and sons. Tourgueneff T728 

\ Edgar. Ellen Story F278 

nen of leisure F278g ; 

It High Bi-idge F278h i 

dlhouettes F278s 

. judge. Lush L9H9 

ilay. Barr B2G8f 

)lt. Eliot VA2f \ 

, Francois. Adventures i 

lemachus F3.'{2 i 



F6o. Pemberton P39r) 

Fern, Fanny, pseud. See Parton, 

Mrs. Sara (P.) 
Fernald, C. B. Cat and the cherub. F3r)2 
Feuillet, Octave. Story of Sibylle.F426 

FlAMETTA. Story S877 

Field, C. K. (Carolus Ager) and Ir- 
win, W. H. Stanford stories F453 

Field, Eugene. Little book of pro- 
fitable tales F453 

LfOve affairs of a bibliomaniac F4r)31 

FlELDE, A. M. Chinese nights' en- 
tertainments F4r>8 

Fielding, Henry. Complete works. F^4r)9 
Fifth of November. Bentley and 

Scribner B477 

Fight for the crown. Norris N8«lf 

Figs and thistles. Tourgee T727f 

File No. 113. Gaboriau Gl 16f 

FiOR d' aliza. Lamartine L217f 

Fireside saints. .Terrold 1565 

Firm of Girdlestone. Doyle D754f 

Firm of Nucingen. Balzac. .B198 v. 17-18 
First of the Knickerbockers. Myers. M99<J 

First violin. Fothergill F7fil 

Fisher, F. C. See Tiernan, Mrs. F. 
C. (F.) 

Fisher-maiden. Bj(irnson B«2f)f 

F^VE weeks in a balloon. Verne V5:U 

Fixed period. Trollope T847f 

Flagg, William. Good in vestment. F574 

Flash of summer. Clifford C638f 

Fletcher. J. C. Head of Medusa. . .F«13 

Vestigia F«13v 

Fletcher, R. H. Blind bargain FH14 

Flinn, J. .1. Mysterious disap]x»ar- 

ance of Helen St. Vincent A\22 

Flint. (Joodwin (i(>57 

Flirtations in fashionable life. 

Sinclair S«16f 

Flower de hundred. Harrison H318f 

Flower, fruit and thorn pieces. 

Richter .* R535 

Flower of forgiveness. Steel S813 

Flower of (iala water. Barr B268fl 

Flute and violin. Allen A427f 

Foes in ambush. King K52f 

Folks from Dixie. Dunbar I)899f 

Folly corner. Dudenv. .*. 1)H44 

F(H)L*s errand. Tourgee T72"f«) 

F(K>Tk, Mrs. Mary (H.) Chosen val- 
ley F689 

( 'oeur dWlene Fi\Hik* 



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l<i «zi^<e PtHK 

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Prudiifmj FV^v 

F<^ U3i*», Ow»7 « ^rri< 

V(M]0jir^tA^mnrj' Bra«s* ,»Ii 

FViH th* iii»>>r. V^t0n^m WVl'X 

Kr«tiM;H^t. Frmozrj* ^fST. 

nMttffj FTlljr 

Utmnr%h\*r V*A^t Su-Hioj^ FTllh 

Jiioie<r Mtrrf^'nh FTllj 

KU/ry r/f mo anwld U/ire FTU- 

TattJ«^Uil#rA i>r / afWd PTllt 

FOKD, H, R Cirar^f Tniman FTlli 

FOHKST fMinu^, KrckfnaDD^ifMir'hat' 

riftD BftTrf 

FoitKHT Jov*f m. H#r«rMt H^aS 

VOURHT M,'h(jff\mM^^r, lUfm^fsfrT innii 

FoHKSr tnLi(fi6y. Lipyttumt LTiVV 

Fofai^/TTKN bj th*- wwW FT21 

FOK.VKV, J. W, NVw noWlitj FT2T 

FOHHAKKS Inn- l^ihlff i;T3Xr 

FOBSVTH, Jka.v, Making ttf Mar> . .. F^Vi 

FoK'n:.VK, Uv\f cisL^Scii. I.TT^f 

FOKTi'NK hunu-r. i 'artarv't <;.12r> 

FoHTVSKH of M'i«w Follfrn. TaJcrrtt. .TU2f 

FORTL'NKH of Mjfffl. Si-olt 8431(0 

FOKTY-KIVK jc«»rd»im#fn. I>umaH. . r>8X«v3 

f f nnti tiifUfn.) MiHii-m f-xofl u?» P'7.V» 

Jt, tnitlutr. Se^ AUlen. 

FrnHKiu;iLL, .iKssiK. Firnt violin... F7t)l 

Koi'Ni), ><'t loht. liof KHllHfo 

Krji-it jflrJH at Chautauqua. Aldf'n. . A.'Wf 

Fot'iiTKK.v to one. Ward W2.'>7f 

Kof'KTH (f«*neration. Ii**Hant H.V>4f 

FoWLKK, K. H. Corner of the west. .F7S."i 
KowLKK. K. T. Concerninjf Isabel 

( 'aniaby FTH^i 

Double thread KTHtkl 

FarrlnjfdonM F7H(if 

KoWLKU. Harraden H2JK) 

Fox, Kmilv. (H-rnini F7i)l 

Fox, .loHN, .//•. Crittenden F7i)2 

CUimberland vendettii F7ii2c 

^^fa^fer Hartin" VlWlh 

^^^^^HanH 

^^^P ^B Kuropa F792m 



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Market'p^jm- FSVIm 

Fredeblick the Gne«s and hi* court. 

Muodc MS^vif 

FRCDEBiCK the Gneat and his familj. 

Mundi M«>)fr 

Free to serre. . Rarner R2T'> 

French, Alice. Octave Thanec.< 

Heart of toil F8T3 

Slave to daijr F873s 

Stories of a western town F^TSst 

French country family. Witt W?^ 

Freytag. GrSTAV. Debit and eredit.FSC) 

Inip-aban F^i 

Friedman, L K. Pdor people F911 

Friend Fritz. Erekman awff C^at- 

nan E65fr 

Friend of Ca?sar. Davis 0*266 

Friend Olivia, Barr B268fr 

Friends. Ward W2r)Tfr 

Fbom a girPs point of view. Bell . ..B434f 

From dawn to dark in Italy Ml 

From dawn to daylight. Beech er. ...B4U 
From different standpoints. Alden 

<nul Foster A3.'>8fr 

From door to door. Capes (.'239f 

F^ROM hand to hand. Dannenburg. . .D188 

Prom hand to mouth. Douglas D733( 

From jest to earnest. Roe R968fr 

From kingdom to colony. Devereux..D4i^l 

From sandhill to pine. Hart^ H327f 

From the land of the shamrock. 

Barlow 8258! 

From the memoirs of a minister of 

\ France. Weyman wr4i*f 

! From the other side. Fuller F9H6f 

I From thistles, grapes. Eiloart Kiof 



FICTION. 



32' 



PRONtieb army sketches. Steele. . .S8143 
Froude, J. A. Two chiefs of Dunboy.F942 

Frozen deep. Collins C713f 

Pry, Mrs. S. M. D. Paradise Valley 

girl F947 

Fugitives. Roberts R647f 

Fuller, Anna. Literary courtship. F965 

Venetian June F965v 

Fuller, C. M. Across the campus. .F9655 

^"uller, H. B. Cllflf-dwellers F966 

BVom the other side F966f 

With the procession F96t)W 

PlXLLERTON, Gborgiana, Lady. Too 

strange not to be true *. . F971 

^^C^RMAN, L. S. Stories of a sanctified 

town F98C 



^y^BoRiAU, 6mLE. File No. 113. . . .GllBf 
^^Bkielle Andr^. Baring-Gould. .G6»8g 

^AOfly. Voynich V975 

^^X^AMA. DeLiefde D353 

"^l-DEMAR, Ange, Jt. author. See 
Sardou. 

^'^X-.E, Norman. June romance G151 

^-^ t^LANT fight. Terhune T318g 

^-^X-LEGHER. Davis r)2()4g 

^ A.t,LOPS. Gray G778 

^» AufBARA. Balzac B198 v. 3-4 

^* Arden of Eden. Howard H848g 

^ Arden of swords. Pemberton P395g 

^ Arland, Hamlin. Eagle's heart. . (t233 

Her mountain lover G233h 

Little Norsk G233 1 

Main-travelled roads G2.33m 

Spirit of Sweetwater G233s 

Wayside courtships G2.33w 

Garner, Z. M. Sex in sin G234 

Garrett, Edward, pseud. See Mayo. 

Garrison tangle. King Kr)2g 

Garth. Hawthorne H31)8g 

Garthowen. Puddicombe Pl)772 

Gaskell, Mr8. E. C. (S.) ('ran ford 

and Cousin Phillis (;248 

Lizzie Leigh G248 1 

Mary Barton G248m 

Moorland cottage G248nio 

North and south (;248n 

Sylvia's lovers G24Hs 

Wives and daughters (;248w 

Gateless barrier. Harrison H.321 



Gates ajar. Ward W2r)7g 

Gates between. Ward W257ga 

Gaudissart. Balzac B198 v. 31-32 

Gayworthys. W^hitney W617g 

Geier-wally. Hillern H652 

Gemini. Fox F791 

General manager's story. Hamblen. HldO 

General 's double. King K52ge 

Genevieve. Lamartine L217g 

Genius of Galilee. Hancock H234 

Gentleman from Indiana. Tark- 

ington T187 

Gentleman of France. Weyman . W549g 

Gentleman of leisure. Fawcett. . .F278g 

Gentleman player. Stephens S835 

Gentleman vagabond. Smith S647g 

Genuine girl. Lincoln L7.37 

Gerald Fitzgerald. Lever IJi58g 

German tales. Auerbach A917g 

Gesta Ilomanorum. 2v. Swan S992 

(tET thee behind me, Satan. Sikes...S579 

Ghosts I have met. Bangs B216g 

Gibbon, Charles. In honor bound. (i4.39 

Gideon's rock. Saunders S2r)8 

Gilded age. Clemens and W^arner.C()25g 

Gilder, J. L. Taken by siege G4«« 

GiLiAN the dreamer. Munro M9(J8 

GiLMAN, Bradley. Parsonage 

porch ..(i487 

GiNX's baby. .Ten kins jr)23 

Girls of a feather. Barr B2«8g 

Girls together. Blanchard B(339 

Gi.ssiNG, George. Crown of life ii'hVJ 

In the year of jubilee Go^ioi 

GLASGOW, Ellen. Voice of the peo- 
ple G'AHy 

Gloria Mundi. Frederic E8r)2g 

Glumer, Claire von. Noble name.GiVn 

(JonsECK. Balzac B198 v. i>-l() 

(JOD and the man. Buchanan B918 

God in the car. Hawkins H393g 

GODOLPHIN. Bulwer-Lytton Ll>98g 

CJOD's fool. Maartens Mlllg 

(JODWiN, William. Adventures of 

Caleb Williams G592 

(jOETHK and Schiller. Mundt MiM3.5g 

GOGOL, N. V. Tanis Bulba G(il3 

(ioixc; to MayntK)th. Ciirleton C281 

GOLD FJsie. John I<»4g 

GOLD of ( 'hickaree. Warner W284 

Golden autumn. Hector H4.")lg 

Golden bells. Franc i lion F817g 

(J olden buttertlv. Hesant (tnd Rice. B.V>4jr 



32« 



FICTION. 



(xOLDEN do^. Kirby KoH 

Golden gossip. Whitney W617go 

Golden house. Warner W279 

Golden justice. Bishop B622g 

Golden lion of Granpere. Trollope.T847g 
Goldsmith, Oliver. Vicar of 

Wakefield G624v 

Gondreville mystery. Balzac. 

B198 V. 2ft-.S0 

Good Americans. Harrison H318g 

Good investment. Flagg Fo74 

Good warm watch-coat. Sterne S83« 

Goodloe, a. C. College girls G«o2 

Goodwin, M. W. Flint 0657 

Head of a hundred G6r)7h 

White aprons G()r)7w 

Gordon, C. W. (Ralph Connor.) 

Black Rock G«62 

Sky pilot G6«2s 

Gore, Mrs. C. G. F. M. Castles in 

the air GCMHi 

(Joss, C. F. Redemption of David 

Cordon GH77 



Great K. & A. train robbery. Ford.F711g 

Great love. Burnbam B966g 

Great shadow. Doyle D7i>4g 

Great stone of Sardis. Stockton ..S86t>gr 
Great war syndicate. Stockton.. S865^n 

Greater glory. Maartens Ml 11 

Greater inclinatioD. Wharton — WrW)3 
Green, A. K. See Roblfs. 

Green book. Jokai .17 -4g 

Green flag. Doyle D75*^ 

Green gate. Wichert W63 

Green Mountain boys. Thompson.. T-*-*9 
Green pastures and Piccadilly. 

Black B()ii":u 

Greene, Mrs, S. P. (M.) Vesty of 

the basins 08 X 2v 

Greenough, Mrn, R S. A rabesq ues . ^1) 

In extremis G^ loi 

Greenwood, Grace, pseud. See Lip- 

pincott, Mrs, S. J. 
Greenwood. .James. Little raga- 
muffin GS16 

Greifenstein. Crawford ('8f% 



GOthe, J. W. wn, Wilhelm Mei8ter.G«84w I Greville, Henri, psetul. See Du- 



Gould, Jbanie T. See Lincoln, 
Mrs. J. T. (G. ) 



rand, A. M. C. H. F. 
Grey lady. Scott S426^ 



Gould, Sabine Barinci- Domitia. .G«98 I Greyslaer. Hoffman Um 

Gabrielle Andre GmJ8g Griffin, Gerald. Card drawing. ..GH*)1 



Little Tu'penny G()98 1 

Government clerks. Balzac. B198 v. 23-24 

Grace Truman. Ford F6WI 

Grand, Mrs. Sarah (C.) Babs the 

impossible G751 



Griffith Gaunt. Reade R28.)g 

Grip of honor. Brady B812^ 

Grismer, J. R. *Wav down east-.-ti^"^ 

**Ground arms. " Von Suttner Vi48 

Group of noble dames. Hardy H2T2g 



Heavenly twins (;751h | Guenn. Howard HWogu 

Grandissimes. Cable CILV j Guilderoy. LaRame UJ*^ 

Grant, Robert. Art of living G7H2 



Bachelor's Christmas G7G2b 

Opinions of a philosopher G7H2o 

Reflections of a married man. . . . .G762r 
Unleavened bread G7t>2u 

Gras, Felix. Reds of the Midi G7H7r 

Terror ^ G7«7t 

White terror G7«7w 



Guilty river. Collins C'T13g 

GuiNEY. L. I. Lovers' Saint Ruth..G9l>4 
Gunsaulus, F. W. Monk and 

knight. 2v G9T6 

Guthrie, T. A. Brass bottle G^ 

Tinted Venus GW^t 

Vice versa G9W^' 

GUY Livingstone. Lawrence L421|f 



H 



GRAUSTARK. McCuti-heon '..Mm GUY Mannering. Scott S431g 

GRAY, David. Galloiw G7T8 

CiRAY, Maxwell, pseml. Set Tut- 

tiett. M. K. H. H. pseud. See Jackson, Mrs, H. 

Gray man. Crockett Ca*J8gr M. (F.) H. 

Gray.sons. Kggleston K21)g H family. Bremer B836h 

Great expectations. Dickens l)r)48jr Habberton, JOHN. Helen's -babies. H113 

Great Hoggarty diamond. Thack- Jericho road H113J 

eray T3():^g Habermeistkk. Schmid S348 



FICTION. 



329 



Hagarene. Lawrence L421h 

Haggard, H. R. Allan Quatermain. .H145 

-Allan's wife H145a 

Beatrice H14r)b 

Cleopatra KUryc 

I>awn H145d 

Klissa HUoe 

Heart of the world H145h 

Jess ....H145J 

King" Solomon's mines H145k 

Montezuma's daughter H145m 

People of the mist H145p 

Hhe H145s 

Swallow H145sw 

Witch's head HHow 

AATizard H14owi 

<i>mI Lang, Andrew. World's de- 
sire H14r)wo 

H^iNS, T. A. J. Mr. Trunnel of the 

ship **Pirate" H153m 

H ALE, E. E. Daily bread H161 

His level best .H161h 

In His name H161i 

Ingraham papers H161in 

Our new crusade HI6I0 

Philip Nolan's friends HlHlp 

Susan's escort H161s 

Sybaris and other homes H161sy 

Ten times one is ten H161t 

Hale, Mrs, S. J. Liberia H164 

Hal6vy, Ludovic. Abbi^Constantin.H168 

Half-cast. Craik C887ha 

Haliburton, T. C. Nature and hu- 
man nature H172n 

Hall, Gertrude. (The) hundred . . H17t) 
Hall, .Tames. Legends of the west. . H177 

Hall, Kuth. Black gown H178 

Hall, Mts. S. C. Harry O'Reardon. .H179 

Hall in the grove. Alden ASoSh 

HALVE.S. Payn P34r)h 

Hamblen, H. E. General manager's 

story Him) 

On many seas H199o 

Hamerton, p. G. Marmorne H215 

Wenderholme H2ir)w 

Hamilton, A. K. Lochinvar H21() 

Hamilton, Mrs. C. V. Crown from 

the spear H217 

Ropes of sand H217r 

Hamilton, K. W. Parson's proxy. .H218p 

Hammersmith. Severance S498 

Hammond, W. A. Doctor Grattan . . H227 



Lai H227 1 

Mr. Oldmixon. . .*. H227m 

On the Susquehanna H227o 

Strong minded woman. H2279 

Hancxxjk, a. U. Genius of Galilee . . H234 

Hand of Ethelberta. Hardy H272h 

Handicapped. Terhune T318h 

Handsome Brandons. Hinkson .... H663h 

Handsome Humes. Black B627h 

Hania. Sienkiewicz S572h 

Hannah. Craik C887h 

Hannah Thurston. Taylor T2.3r)h 

Hans of Iceland. Hugo H89r> 

Happy boy. Bjrtrnson B626h 

Harbert, E. B. Out of her sphere.. H2r)5 

Hard times. Dickens. D548h 

Harder, Ludwig. Family feud H259 

Hardy, A. S. Wind of destiny H268 

Hardy, Thomas. Far from the mad- 
ding crowd H272 

Group of noble dames H272g 

Hand of Ethelberta H272h 

Laodicean H272 1 

Life's little ironies H272 li 

Pair of blue eyes H272p 

Return of the native H272r 

Tess of the D'Urbervilles H272t 

Trumpet-major H272tr 

Two on a tower ...H272tw 

Under the greenwood tree H272u 

Wessex tales H272w 

Hardy Norseman. Bayly K{59h 

Harland, Henry. (Sidney Luska.) 

As it was written H283 

Cardinal's snuff-box H283c 

Latin-quarter courtship H283 1 

Yoke of Thorah H28:Jy 

Harland, Marion, pseud. Nft Ter- 
hune, Mrs. M. V. (H.) 
Harold. Bulwer-Lytton LJ)98h 

Harradkn, Beatrice. Fowler H29« 

Ships that pass in the night H29Hs 

Harrington. Edgeworth E23h 

Harris, J. C. Chronicles of aunt 

Minervy Ann H314 

Mingo H314m 

On the wing of occasions H314() 

Sister Jane H314s 

Tales of home folks in peace and 

war H314t 

Hakrls, Mrs. Miriam (C.) Mi-^sy H3ir) 



330 



FICTION. 



Harrison, Mrs. Burton. See Har- 
rison, Mrs, Constance (C.^ 

Harrison, Mrs. Constance (C.) 

Anglomaniaes H318 

Bachelor maid H318b 

Bar Harbor davs H318ba 

Belhaven tales H318be 

C^arcellini emerald H3I8c 

Circle of a century H318ci | 

Daughter of the South H318d 1 

Edelweiss of the Sierras H318e ! 

Errant wooing H318er 

Flower de Hundred H31Hf 

Good Americans H318g 

Merry maid of A ready H318ra 

Son of the old dominion H3l8s i 

Story of Helen Troy HUH^t 

Sweet bells out of tune H3l8sw 

Triple entanglement H3l8t 

Virginia cousin H318v 

Harrison, Jamks. Autrefois H3I9 

Harrison, Mrs. M. K. (Lucas 

Malet. ) GatelesH barrier H321 

Harry Heathcote of Gangoil. Trol- 

lope H847I1 

Harry O'Reardon. Hall H179 

Hart AS Maturin. Lester L642 

Harte, Bret. Barker's luck H327b 

Clarence-. H327cl 

Condensed novels H327c 

Crusade of the Excelsior H327cr 

From sandhill to pine H327f 

In a hollow of the hills H.327i 

Luck of Roarini^ camp H327 1 

Mr. Jack Hamlin's mediation.. ..H.327m 

Protege' of Jack Hamlin's H327p 

Stories in light and shadow H.T27s 

Tales of the Argonauts H327t 

Tales of trail and town H327ta 

Three partners H327th 

Under the redwoois H327u 

Hartner, Eva. Severa lVXi'\ 

Harvkys. Kiu^sley K'h'A 

Hated son. Balzac B198 v. 11-12 

Hatton, Joseph. When Greek 

meets Greek H:m\ 

Haunted hearts. Cummins C971h 

Hawkins. A. H. Captain Dieppe.. .H393 

Comedies of courtship H.'U>9c 

God in the ear H393g 

Heart of princess ( )sra H39;{h 

King's mirror H3J>3k 



Man of mark H39.'i¥'n 

Phroso H.39r^i) 

Prisoner of Zenda H39.3f:» r 

Quisante H38:^<] 

Rupert of Hentzau, sequel to **Pris- 

oner of Zenda. " H:»r^r 

Simon Dale H31^-l^ 

Sport royal H393r=s- p 

Ha worth's. Burnett 396^*- h 

Hawthorne, Julian. Bressant . . .Hi ^^ 

Garth H.39S5rr^g 

Idolatry H3^-^*^i 

Noble Blood " H3i*-#^n 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Blithe- 
dale romance H.'-^-iiiW 

Dr. Grimshaw's secret HI— fc9i* 

Dolli ver romance HIlzEli^ 

B^anshawe H.3- "^^tf 

House of seven &rables H.U ^!^h 

Marble faun. 2v H31>^ -S'm 

Mosses from an old manse H31H^ mo 

Scarlet letter H.'K- '^'^ 

Septimus Felton H3J^»-^e 

Snow image H3^ ^'^n 

Tales, sketches and other papers. .H.'^^^**^*^ 
Twice-told tales. 2 v H39-=t^tw 

Hay, John. Breadwinners HI- -^1- 

Hayes, Henry, pseiul. Se£ Kirk, 

Mrs. E. W. (O.) 
Hazard of new fortunes. 2v. How- 
ells HH^'>9h 

Hazelton, G. C:. jr. Mistress Nell.H4=^J'n} 
He fell in love with his wife. Roe. .Ri-^ ^^ 
He knew he was right. 2v. Trollope.THJIr "The 

Head of a hundred. Goodwin Gl^*'^^^ 

Head of Medusa. Fletcher p^fiJ.'i 

Head of the family. Craik CSH^"^^^ 

Headsman. Cooper CT"^^^ 

Heart and science. Collins CT l-^^ 

Heart and sword. Stannard sT'*^'^^ 

Heart histories and life pictures. 

Arthur MUlhe 

Heart of Midlothian. Scott S4:ilro 

Heart of princess Osra. Hawkins.. H39^h 
Heart of the ancient wood. Roberts. K^-"^ 

Heart of the world. Haggard H145h 

! Heart of toil. French F8T3 

' Heart's highway. Wilkins \V68.)h 

I Heartseash 2 v. Yonge YoSh 

. Heavenly twins. Grand GTolh 

I Hector, Mrs. Annie (F.) (Mrs. 

I Alexander.) Cost of her pride. ..H451 



K 



FICTION 



:m 



Golden autumn H451g 

Her dearest foe H451h 

Hedged in. Ward W257h 

Heipenmauer. Cooper C777he 

Heimburg, W. paeiid. See Behrens, 
Bertha. 

Heir of Redcliffe. 2v. Yonge Yr)5he 

Heir of Sherburne. Douglas D7:J3s8 

HELBECKofBannisdale. 2v. Ward.W261h 

Helen Ford. Alger A39o 

Helen Gardner's wedding day. Ter- 

hune T318he 

Helen 's babies. Habberton HI 13 

**Hell fer sartin.'' Fox F792h 

Helmet of Navarre. Runkle R942 

Helps, Sir Arthur. Casimir Mar- 

emnia H484 

Ivan de Biron H484i 

Realmah H484r 

Henry, Edgar. '89 H521 

Henry VIII and his court. Mundt M965h 

Henry Esmond. Thackeray T36.3h 

Henry Powers. Kimball K49 

Henry Worthington, idealist. Sher- 
wood * Sr)54 

Hentz, 3fr«. C. L. (W.) Lost daugh- 
ter H528 

Her associate members. Aid en . . . A358he 

Her college days. .Tohnson J66 

Her dearest foe. Hector H451h 

Her ladyship's elephant. Wells W453 

Her majest.-. Tompkins T662h 

Her memory. Maartens MUlh 

Her mountain lover. (Jarland G23.3h 

Herbert, H. W. Wager of battle. .H536 

Hbreward. Kingsley Kooh 

Heriot's choice. Carey ( '275h 

Heritage of unrest. Overton 096 

Herman. 2v. Palfrey P159 

Hermann Agha. Palgrave Pl«l 

Hero in homespun. Barton B293 

Heroism. Little classics L779h 

HerR Paulus. Besant B.');">4h 

Herrick, Robert. Web of life H.")(5G 

Hesperus. 2v. Richter Rj:J5h 

Hetty's strange history. .Jackson . . ..T13 
Hewlett, Maurice. Forest lovers. HB12 

Little novels of Italy H()12 1 

Richard yea-and-nay Hni2r 

Heyse, Paul. In paradise. 2v 11621 

Hidden path. Terhune T318hi 

Higgin.son, T. W. Malbone H<>:n 



High Mills. Saunders S2r)8h 

Higher law. Maitland M232 

Highland widow. Scott S431b 

Hilda. Duncan D912 

Hill, J. A. Stories of the railroad . HtUGs 
HiLLERN, W^ilhelmine VON. Geier- 

wally ...H(>r)2 

Only a girl ...H()52o 

Hills of the Shatemuc. Warner . . W284h 

Hilt to hilt. Cooke c:772h 

HiNKsoN, Mrs. Katharine (T.) 

Handsome Brandons H663h 

She walks in beauty H6()3s 

HiRELL. Saunders S2o7 

His brother's keeper. Sheldon S^A4h 

His defense. Edwards E2()25 

His great self. Terhune T3l8hg 

His honor and a lady. Duncan D912h 

His level best. Hale HKUh 

His little mother. Graik C887hi 

His lordship's leopard. Wells W4r)3h 

His sombre rivals. Roe R()98hi 

His vanished star. Murfree M975 

His wisdom, the Defender. Newcomb.N538 

History of a crime. Hugo H895h 

History of David Grieve. Ward . W2r)lhi 
History of Lady Betty Stair. Sea- 
well S442 

Hitherto. Whitney W()17h 

HiWA. Dol^ Dm2 

Hobbs, J. O. pseud. See Graigie. 

Mrs. P. M. (R.) 
Hoey, Mrs. F. S. (J.) Blossoming of 

an aloe H69H 

Queen 's token HtUMiq 

Hoffman, C. F. (Jreyslaer H(>99 

Hohenstein. Spielhagen Slih') 

HOLBROOK, Richard. Boys and men. H724 
Holland, H. G. Arthur Bonni- 

castle Hl^i) 

Bay path H73r)b 

Miss Gilbert's career H7.*i5m 

Nicholas M in turn H73r)n 

Seven oaks H7.V>s 

Holley, Mrs. Marietta. (.Josiali 

Allen's wife.) Sweet Cicely H73H 

Holmes, Mrs. M. .1. Cameron pride. H752c 

( 'hristmas stories H7r)2ch 

Cousin Maude H7.">2co 

Edith Lyle H7:)2e 

Edna Browning H7.')2ed 

English orphans H7.')2en 



332 



FK'TION. 



Homestead on the hillside H7r»2h House of the wolf. Weyman W549h 

Hugh Worthing ton H752hu Household of Bouverie. Warfield.WJii 

Lena Rivers H752 1 ! HOUSEHOLD puzzles. Alden A358ho 

Marguerite H752m HOUSTON, Mrs. M. C. (J.) Recom- 

Marian Grey H752ma mended to mercy HS43 

Queenie Hetherton H752q '\ Howard, R W. {Mrs. TeufTel.) 

Rose Mather H752r ; Aulnay tower H848 

Tempest and sunshine H752t Aunt Serena HM8a 

Dionysius the weaver's heart's 



Holmes, O. W. Elsie Venner H753 

Mortal antipathy H753m ' 

Holt, E. S. Isoult Barry of Wyn- ' 

cote H758I 

Mistress Margery H758m j' 

Holy rose. Besant B554ho | 

Holy war. Bunyan B9424 | 



dearest H^ 

Garden of Eden HW8g 

Guenn H848gu 

One summer H848o 

Open door H848op 

Seven on the highway W^^ 

Tony, the maid HJH8t 



Us 



n 

liTC 



Home again. MacEtonald M 135h 

Home as found. Cooper c:777hf I Howe, Maud. San Rosario ranch.. .H8,^. 

Home in Greylock. Prentiss P927h \ Lowells, JV. D. April hopes m^ 

Home scenes and heart studies. 

Aguilar A283h 

Homestead on the hillside. Holmes. 

H752h 



Homeward bound. Cooper C777ho 

Homo sum. Ebers Eltih 

Honor May. Bartol B2J)2 

Honorable Peter Sterling. Ford..F711h 

HONORINE. Balzac B198 v. 7-8 

Hooper, Mrs. L. H. (J.) Tsar's win- 
dow H786 

HoosiER schoolmaster. Eggleston.. E29h 
Hope, Anthony, ^'ee Hawkins, A.H. 

Hope the hermit. Bayly B3r>9ho 

Horace Chase. Woolson W91()h 

Hornadav, W. T. Man who became 

a savage H813 

Hornet's nest. Roe R098ho 

Horoscope. Dumas D88f)ho 

Horton, (iEOR(;E. Like another 

Helen H823 

Hot plowshares. Tourgee T727h 

HoTCHKlss, C. C. Betsy Ross H832 

Hotspur, )mud. See Walworth. 
Houp-la. Stannard S789ho 



Coast of Bohemia H859c 

Day of their wedding H85ikl 

Dr. Breen's practice H8o9iir 

Evening dress HSo^e 

Hazard of new fortunes. 2v HSo^h 

Indian summer H8o9i 

Lady of the Aroostook H8o9 1 

Landlord at Lion's Head H859 la 

Minister's charge H859m 

Modern instance H859mo 

Open-eyed conspiracy H859o 

Parting and a meeting H8o9p 

Quality of mercy H8r)9q 

Ragged lady HHo9r 

Rise of Silas Lapham H8o9ri 

Shadow of a dream H8o9s 

Story of a play H859st 

Their silver wedding journey. 2v..H8o9t 

Their wedding journey H859th 

Traveler from Altruria H8r)9tr 

Woman's reason H859w 

HuBBELL, Mrs. Martha (S.) Shady 

side H876 

Hudson, Mrs. Mary (C.) Victoire..H886v 

Hugh Melton. King K53 

Hugh Worthington. Holmes H752hu 



House at High Bridge. Fawcett. . . F278h ; HU(4H Wynne. 2v. Mitchell M(>82h 

House behind the cedars. Chesnutt.C524h Hughes, Thomas. Scouring of the 



House of a merchant prince. Bishop. B()22h 



white horse H8JH 



Hou.se of Egremont. Sea well S442h | Tom Brown at Oxford H8iHt 

House of hidden treasure. Tuttiett. .TiHi7 ; Tom Brown's school days H894to 

House of Martha. Stockton S86()h i Hugo, Victor. Hans of Iceland HS^T) 



House of seven gables. Hawthorne. H399h 
House of the wizard. Taylor T244h 



History of a crime H895h 

Hunch-back of Notre Dame H895hu 



FICTION. 



333 



m ' 



Same H895no 

Les miserables H895 1 

Man who laughs H895m 

Ninety-three HH^Tm 

Toilers of the sea H895t 

HULDA. Lewald L669 

Human boy. Philpotts F564h 

Humble romance. Wilkins W68ohu 

Hunc:h-back of Notre-Dame. Hugo. 

H895hu 

Hundred and other stories. Hall . . . H176 

Hundredth man. Stockton S866hu 

Hungarian nabob. Jokai J74h 

HUNGERFORD, Jfr.s. M. (H.) A. 

(Duchess.) "Airy, fairy Lilian.'\H936 

April's lady H936a 

Duchess H9.3()d 

In durance vile H936i 

*Merry.'» H936i 

Lady Valworth's diamonds H9361 

Life-s remorse H9361f 

Little Irish girl H936 11 

Loys, Lord Beresford H936 lo 

Molly Bawn H936mo 

**0 tender Dolores." H936o 

Phyllis H9.36ph 

Portia H93Gpo 

Uossmoyne H936r 

Three graces H936t 

Huntington, Fa ye, pseud. See Fos- 
ter, Mrs, Theodosia (T.) 

HURD, G. M. Bennett twins .H959 

Hypati A. Kingsley Kr>5hy 

Hyperion. Longfellow 1^833 



I 



I, thou, and the other one. Barr B208i 

Iceland fisherman. Loti I..883 

IDALIA. LaRame L318i , 

Idolatry. Hawthorne H398i ; 

Imaginary mistress, Balzac . . B198 v. 5-6 I 

Immortal garland. Brown B8775 ! 

Imperial lover. Taylor T244i 

Imported bridegroom. Cahan C132 

Impromptu. Sterne SH39 ' 

IMPROVISATORE. Andersen Ar)44 ' 

In a hollow of the hills. Harte H327i 

In castle and colony. Hayner Il27oi i 

In connection with the De Wil- i 

loughby claim. Burnett B9(>4i 

In durance vile. Hungerford H936i 



In exile. Foote F689i 

In extremis. Greenough G815i 

In His name. Hale H161i 

In honor bound. Gibbon G439 

In Kedar's tents. Scott S42«i 

In love's domain. Ryan R989 

In old New England. Butterworth. .B989 

In paradise. 2v. Heyse H(J21 

In Simpkinsville. Stuart S932i 

In the clouds. Murfree M975i 

In the days of my youth. Edwards — E26 

In the fire of the forge. Ebers E16i 

In the golden days. Bayly B3r>9i 

In the name of a woman. March- 

mont M318 

In the palace of the king. Crawford . C899i 

In the Schillingdcourt. John J(>4i 

In the Tennessee mountains. Mur- 
free M975in 

In the tideway. Steel S813i 

In the vestibule limited. Matthews. M438i 
In the wake of king James. 0'Grady..().35 

In the year of jubilee. Gissing Gr)33i 

In the year 13. Renter R447 

In vain. Sienkiewicz S572i 

In war time. Mitchell M693 

In wild rose time. Douglas D7.33i 

Independent daughter. Blanchard. B639i 

Indian summer. Ho wells 118591 

Inez. Wilson W746i 

INFELICE. Wilson W746in 

Ingelow, Jean. Fated to be free 146 

John Jerome I4()j 

Sarah de Berenger I46s 

Inoraban Frey tag F895i 

Ingraham, J. H. Pillar of fire I 54 

Prince of the house of David I 54p 

Ingraham papei^s. Hale H 161 in 

Initial experience. King K52i 

Inn of the silver moon. Viele V659 

Instinct of stei>-fatherhood. Bell . . B4:{4i 

Intellect. Little classics L779i 

Interrupted. Alden A358i 

Invader, Russian proprietor and 

other stories. Tolstoy T654i 

Invasion of France. Erckmann and 

Chatrian E05i 

Invisible links. Lagerhif L174 

lONE March. Crockett ('9.38i 

Irish oath. Carleton ( '281i 

Iron, Kalph, pseud. Sec Schreiner, 
Olive. 



3:h 



FICTION 



Island. Whiteing. W593 

Island neighbors. Blackwell B632 

Island night's entertainments. Ste- 
venson S848i 

Island pearl. Farjeon F229i 

Isle of the winds. Crockett C983is 

Isle of unrest. Scott S426is 

ISOULT Barry of Wynscote. Holt. . .H758 
It is never too late to mend. Reade..R285i 

Italians. Elliot PM6 

Ivan de Biron.